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  1. This scale certainly allows some great work on attaching the deadeyes. Very nice. You have got me thinking Vladimir, maybe its time for me to move up to the larger scales. The deadeyes in the first photo remind me of the painting "Scream", by Munch. Weird, I know. Fair winds, Martin
  2. Nice metalwork for the mast fittings. Good to see that it is a true representation of Cutty Sark. This is good work Vladimir. Keep going. Fair winds Martin
  3. Much better at the Knights head. Rework was worth it. You got the proper Cutty Sark look now. We'll done. Fair winds. Martin
  4. This will be an epic model. So large. I look forward to following your build. I am also a Cutty Sark fan (tragic). Fair winds. Martin
  5. Mark, Your planking, always looks superb. A pleasure!! Regards, Martin.
  6. Deck looks good Chris. I also do not know how correct this is, but, looks the goods. Just don't muck up the simple sanding job! I have also sworn off 0.5mm planking or using anything under 1mm. For something different, I scraped my last 0.5mm deck with a 1" wide wood chisel. No going back, a much better result. Cheers, Martin
  7. You always seem to find such great videos. Thanks, much appreciated. Martin
  8. Your Back! Love your work. Hats off to you
  9. Not so serious that we need to worry about a post from 18 months ago., Really!
  10. MartinB

    David Rice

    We have also not heard from Eddie (Eddie mate with the nodding parrot) from Melbourne. All three were very active members. One notices when they are not posting.
  11. Congratulations Bob, she really looks the business. All the best. Martin.
  12. Hi Bob, Glad you found that reference helpful. Ah, flags. I generally leave them off because I cannot get them to look realistic. The wave you achieved looks good though. Cheers, Martin
  13. Hi Bob, You could check Alexey Baranov's website and see how he attached the anchors on his HMS Cumberland. http://shipmodels.com.ua/eng/models/elite/cumberland/index.htm Cumberland and Vanguard are both 74 guns. Regards Martin

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