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  1. First, let me say I am new to the message board/website. If I have posted this question in the wrong place pls let me know where to post it. I am working on HMS Victory based on a kit by Corel, 1:98. I am not using much out of the kit. I am really puzzled by the hull ornamentation and some fittings. They are made of pressed wood fiber. I have attached some pictures to give you some idea of what I'm talking about. These seem to be extremely fragile/brittle. I have no idea how to use them, bend them to there proper configuration for installation. I have emailed Corel, but have not received any response. Any help/suggestions/guidance/ideas would be appreciated.
  2. I am in the early stages of building HMS Victory. My wife bought me the Corel 1:98 kit over twenty years ago. About ten years ago I started it and got the first layer of planking. I was not happy with the results so I put it aside and just recently decided to start all over again. I am building this iteration pretty much from scratch, about all I'm going to use from the kit are the fittings and some of the material. Wish me luck! I'm going to post my first question shortly. I have joined several ship modeling sites so you may if you visit multiple sites you may see me elsewhere too.

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