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  1. Hi. I started the relations of the model HMS fly. I try to make caulking with the black cotton thread. Two first rows of the planks are bad, but on this will be deck and it will not be seen. http://www.koga.net.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=47195&p=84654#p84654
  2. Hi there Will come putty wil be good After grinding that all i paint this on copper colour. Before filling that i cleaning the hull with
  3. Hi. Small progress with planking and painting figures.
  4. Hi. I dont like brown paint on Vasa instructions, beacuse that i glue the pre-stained planks. That stain: Stained the hull with 50% opaque oil paints its good to. Polish modeler used 50% opaque paint to, that its effect: http://santisimatrinidad.jun.pl/viewtopic.php?t=2039&start=8 And the polish dea page build: http://blog.kolekcjavasa.pl/zeszyt-nr-52/ Patience, once a month pack was deliver to you I have 100+numbers. In the shop was 120..... Tweezers, and you can glue that on place.... In this scale using only glue to the ratlines was..... In 1/65 scale must be the ratlines knot. Good luck! Whatever, i glue few planks, and stealer...
  5. Hi. I glue doors and started under water planking. That job can be make better, but its my 2nd card model...

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