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G.L.

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About G.L.

  • Birthday 02/28/1959

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    Belgium
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    Ship modeling, historic shipbuilding, reading, gardening and bicycling

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  1. Enough space? It looks to me that their legs are cut off to create space 😁. Maybe that's the reason that the right man needs some boose, to daze a bit. I have the impression that the left man needs some as well. Luckily it is coming.
  2. Laying the keel, an exciting moment! This is the real start of the project. I am looking forward to see the sequel of this build.
  3. Congratulations, Vaddoc. The boat looks perfect to the smallest detail. Your log will be an excellent reference work to see how to make things.
  4. Very nice rudder, Erik. What is the function of the wooden beams at both sides of the rudder?
  5. Sometimes everything seems to go wrong and the utmost of your patience is required. You did a fantastic job with solving the railing problem, I would have set the model aside for a few days.
  6. That's really good precision work, Ilhan.
  7. Nice work those gratings, Bluto. And a clever method to assemble them.

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