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Valeriy V

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  • Birthday 07/31/1971

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  1. Askold, thanks for the tip. I found there another photograph of USS Brooklyn.
  2. Colleagues, I need help. I am looking for a drawing or high-quality photograph of a 750 mm searchlight that was installed on ships of the US Navy at the beginning of the 20th century. The same spotlights were on Varyag.
  3. Boris, I congratulate you on your wonderful choice. Scharnhorst is a very beautiful and complex ship. I really like him. I think that Scharnhorst will turn out as successful as your Emden. Good selection of photographs by sistership SMS Gneisenau http://www.thefrankes.com/wp/?page_id=1596
  4. Eberhard, you have impressive progress. I look forward to an interesting continuation, especially the gun!
  5. Colleagues, thank you for your feedbacks! No, I'm not a watchmaker. I have an easy scale, only 1/75. And watchmakers jeweler work on a smaller scale 1/160.
  6. Keith, this is a very interesting continuation of a wonderful work. I continue to watch her with pleasure.
  7. Thanks to all who follow my topic! Manufacturing crane for anchor. The first step is to support the crane....
  8. Gary, I am very impressed with your work on the diorama. And your fisherman turns out just as wonderful.
  9. With wood work at this stage, I finished. Now I go back to the metal. Roller open chock.
  10. Thanks, Rob! Yes, this is black paper. At the beginning of the paper is glued to the wooden plank and then it is glued to the deck. I agree that this is a time-consuming operation, but over time comes the experience and speed of installation of boards increases. The longer the board, the less effort it requires.

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