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  1. This is amazing trip you made, ship is looking gorgeous! I really like the sails!
  2. Hello, due to my current work, i have no time to work on the ship, hope to be back on her, might on winter time. Wish you all good building, and nice summer!
  3. Hi, today working on the deck aging, decided to use Citadel paints and inks to make it a bit darker. Later will work on the second deck support. Few photos.
  4. Hi all, thank you for all the likes and the comments! Today started doing my deck planking, i decided to use 8 mm length planks. Few photos of my work.
  5. Hi all, thank you for all the likes! Today was working on the inside of the hull, planking all the bulkheads and double wall around the gun holes. It is important to do, because it will be visible later. Few photos.
  6. Hi all, today was aligning all gun ports, also made gratings. Few photos.
  7. Hello Gregory. Mamoli makes really nice looking boats indeed. Welcome on board. Thank you for your link, i need to check it all there, am still considering the scheme of the colors and the style of the ship.
  8. Hi all, this weekend working on the hull structure and the gun ports.Few photos.
  9. Beautifull work! I did read that inflamation can intoxicate all body ! You should get your dental treatment !
  10. It is putting together beautifuly! Į really like the idea of furled sails, it gives alive apearance! Congrats!
  11. Hi. thank you for joining, you are all welcome ! Today working on the hull structure. It is the most interesting part of the build for me. I decided to create this ship with curvy deck, not a flat one, for that i needed to make every hulkhead curvy. Also i decided to use electricity and make lights on the deck, stern gallery and the masts. Few photos.
  12. What a neat finish of the hull! Green color stands out nicely with white strip!
  13. Start of the build. Placing all bulkheads, they need a lot of adjustment and sanding.

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