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About SaifBlitzkrieg

  • Birthday 07/27/1990

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  1. And a quick question.. how do i make a rope tie that holds 3 blocks into it ?! its at the top parts of the masts
  2. yes sir that's true! i used Sealer/Thinner thick mixture actually not lacquering
  3. The Hull is done! the planking was filed then had 3 coatings of sealer... started doing the deck furniture
  4. No No not the nose mast ! it can be removed! i didn't glue it yet... I mean the part above the mast's hole
  5. Framings added on the sides, rear, vertical rear and the spoiler XD
  6. and that was the very first model I ever built in my life.. wish if I made a better work with it though.. the next ones I did better work with them... its a beauty
  7. I haven't seen any yet... i was wondering if i can go for something specific... I will go check and will let you know right away Cheers !
  8. Hello Mr. Dan Which PVA Glue would u recommend... i am looking forward for a glue that gets a rock solid results like the brown one.. Thank you Yours Saif Hegazi

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