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Sea Hoss

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  1. A pleasure to watch your build log and the finished model reflects your skill, beautiful job.
  2. Nice work! The sails came out great. That is something that I would like to try eventually.
  3. Nice crisp work, I really enjoyed doing this one too.
  4. Nice piece of work, looks so realistic!
  5. Very interesting to watch this build, my machining skills are "0". You do great work!
  6. You do very good work! We all improve with experience... I know it's too late now but when I have done barrels/ kegs, I simply use a wide tipped black felt marker and carefully and gently drag across the high points of the bands. That looks just fine to me anyways. Enjoying watching your build! John.
  7. Thanks Arthur... I've been watching your "Philly Gun Boat" build, nice! I have an old MS solid hull kit from the 50's that I bought on Ebay for $15. There are some missing parts and someone began the model somewhere along the line. I plan on just doing a generic frigate half hull mounted on a nice chunk of wood. In the meantime I'll decide what to build next. There's so many I like though!
  8. Thank you Paul. I've been watching your Whale Boat and enjoy your skill and attention to detail!

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