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About Edwardkenway

  • Birthday 12/29/1964

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    Draycott Derbyshire England
  • Interests
    History any era but mainly 18th /19th century, wargaming but not so much now

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  1. That flash look like wings on their own!😲🤔 I'm liking the camo paint job Denis, is it done with brushes or airbrush?
  2. Nice work!! Your coppering looks fine to me, but I'm not an expert as I've not coppered any hulls yet😏
  3. Say Hello Wave Goodbye - Soft Cell
  4. All Along The Watchtower - Curtis Knight and Jimi Hendrix
  5. welcome to MSW. Sherbourne was my first wooden ship, so I hope you enjoy building her. Don't forget to start a build log here, and you'll get plenty of advice and support. Above all have fun!!!
  6. December 1963 (Oh what a night) - The Four Seasons
  7. I say go for it OC, I'd like to see that!!
  8. He's better looking than you😋 just a tad pale, did he have a late night?😁😏 It's gonna look great when you are done
  9. 3 hours ago, Ekis sai I'll put my vote in, be good to see another village/town
  10. I feel for you having to basically go back to the start, I've done it with work and it can be demoralizing, but sometimes it is the best solution. Keep on keeping the faith and it'll come good, with your skill and determination!

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