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Valeriy V

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  • Birthday 07/31/1971

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  1. Yes, Eberhard is right, the problem is solved with the help of a template. First cut out of paper pattern of the inner contour. Then I scanned this template and put it on a computer in a vector program. Now it remains only to draw the part and solder it from brass.
  2. Doris, thank you for your kind feedback about my work. Do not cease to admire your gorgeous model Royal Katherine !!! And I remain a fan of your talent and golden hands.!!!
  3. By the way, in this film, in the role of the battleship Potemkin, completely different ships were taken.
  4. Keith, this is not humane, the bathing option is more appropriate.
  5. Michael. Great job done! Lantern is a work of art! But the sailor in the cockpit is nothing like you.
  6. Keith, maybe you and someone else will be interested. Once I decided to collect for the experiment a wooden hull of a model without frames. I used an ordinary plastic bag as a separator. All wooden slats are glued at the joints with epoxy glue. The hull was very light and durable.
  7. Yes, Keith, there will be no networks. The model must match its original.
  8. On the Varyag with networks it turned out even sadder. From the United States, the Varyag came only with poles. And the networks themselves appeared in Russia later, when Varyag was already flooded in Chemulpo.
  9. Thank you Phil! I tried to the best of my ability during all your absence. The photo shows a trash sleeve for ash and a pole of anti-torpedo protection.

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