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  1. Small deck details. In real those look better than look from the photos...
  2. 2 part epoxy, or good company CA. Or glue stricte to metal parts. https://www.google.com/search?biw=1920&bih=969&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=F9ouXYe7McSFrwTrwZXYDg&q=metal+glue&oq=metal+glue&gs_l=img.3..0j0i30l5j0i5i30l4.3779.5930..6149...0.0..0.115.957.6j4......0....1..gws-wiz-img.......35i39j0i67.vRSBGhCYUgM
  3. Hi. i end the model. If you want to see full version please check the link: (polish language) http://www.koga.net.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=523&t=47232&p=85006#p85006
  4. Hi. I build that model with diorama 2 weeks, as break from main projects. For paint the ship i use the what ihad in the hand-vallejo, tamiya, citadel paints. In that scale i think model watch not bad. Only model without diorama watch not good, but in the ocean...... Maybe i add to much effects (ship swim to fast) but in the 1st diorama i think effect is not good... I hope you like this
  5. Thanks. I end the cage to schooner, and start to cage the Vasa.
  6. I dont have idea to "support" bottom sides. Maybe some scrap from work room
  7. Hi. How you transport the models? I made something to convention at the beginning august. This is not end.

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