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  1. While the hull is drying, I decided to coat the deck with tung-oil. What can I say - the tung-oil is thicker than the oilseed oil. I richly coated the deck, the absorptivity is nice. My expectations that the deck would have lighter color weren’t fulfilled, but the aging effect was quite nice. I coated it in one layer, i think i’ll leave it at that, but it would be seen after polishing.
  2. I oil-coated it, I decided to coat the hull with linseed oil, hoping it would give a darker color than tung-oil on the deck.
  3. My dear colleagues, thank you very much for those kind words and attention to my work.
  4. Thank you very much Doris. Your work is also gorgeous and I admire your craftsmanship a lot. My best regards.
  5. Assembled . Vitrifaction will be made after oil coating, just before installing in place.
  6. I have made the frame of the deckhouse lantern light in two variations - pear tree and hornbeam.
  7. I have finished the nailing of the broadsides. I opted for the brass of 0,6 mm, and tried to make the nail-heads a little dome shaped.
  8. My greetings, Johann. I completely agree with You, french ships of thant period are very beautiful.

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