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Keith Black

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About Keith Black

  • Birthday 03/23/1947

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Grass Lake, Michigan
  • Interests
    History, Clocks, Pool, , Antique Tractors, Ship Models

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  1. That's so nice, Valeriy. Exacting work beautifully executed.
  2. Gary and Steven, thank you for the comments and to all for the likes. Being that it's difficult if not impossible to attribute this model to any particular ship, I've given it the name Amelia. This in honor of my recently deceased 17 year old cat whom I had the great pleasure to spend almost a quarter of my life with, she was my 2003 Christmas present.
  3. I would hope not. Far North Texas........Denison, Sherman, Gainesville? My son was born in Sherman, at the time we were living in Tioga.
  4. Siggi, Leo is beautiful and amazing. I'm spellbound.
  5. Thanks, Mark. I just needed that little push to move me off the fence. The repaired anchors are hung and this completes all the repairs I'll be doing on my restoration of the model, on to rigging.
  6. Gary, your ability to cram that much detail into that small amount of space in amazing. And for it to also be realistic and beautiful at the same time makes it even that much more amazing.
  7. Gary and Steven thank you for the compliments and thank you to everyone for the likes. The stern lanter is made, installed, and painted. I'm pretty happy with the color combination and the color match. I went with a straight pole from the cabin roof to the lantern, to me it looked more realistic. I didn't want to get too fancy and wind up with something that looked like a 17th/18th century stern lantern so I tried keeping it simple and in keeping with the time period and overall appearance of the model. The jury is still out on the lantern's shape. 🤔
  8. Keith, it's always a pleasure to see an update of your beautiful work. Your explanation of how you got from point A to B is always informative and instructive.
  9. BB, that's a very nice looking boat. You set a fast pace, in just a couple of weeks you're almost done, that's amazing. Look forward to seeing her rigged for action.

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