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Bill Brown

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About Bill Brown

  • Birthday 09/26/1960

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  • Location
    Clarksburg, New Jersey
  • Interests
    Ship Modeling, Boating, Fishing, and Golf

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  1. Great photos Tom! Thanks for sharing them, it really looks like it was a truly great conference. Bill SMSNJ
  2. I found the site through my club, The Ship Model Society of New Jersey. There is no better tool in the workshop than this site. 😉
  3. Beautiful job! I very much enjoyed your build log having also completed the Sultana. Mine does not come close to your craftsmanship. Well done!
  4. Kevin, I just completed watching all your videos on Vimeo and I am now up to date with your latest video on the Thorne. I justed wanted to say thank you for such an informative series. You are an extremely accomplished modeler and a great teacher. As a novice myself, I am picking up many new techniques from you. I also have a Proxxon Pen Sander on its way to my shop 😊. I am anxiously awaiting your next video in the series! Bill B. Currently modeling the Sultana following the Passaro Practicum.

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