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mic-art

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  • Birthday 10/27/1969

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  1. When searching for details about 18:th century naval guns i stumbled on this interesting online-book that is published on google books: Artillery: "An Illustrated History of Its Impact" Sorry if it already has been discussed here earlier, I couldn't find anything when I searched the forum anyway. Perhaps it is of value for someone?
  2. Many years ago I was very fond of building model kits. Mostly plastic models but also some RC planes and boats. My only experience from plank built boats was ”Hjejlen paddle steamer” - from Billing Boats, which I never finished due to (in my opinion) bad deck fittings etc. Since then my mind has been occupied by computer graphics and games so there is a 25 year gap until now. I guess my 50’years crisis made me rediscover this hobby 😉 so now I have ordered the Caldercraft ”Sherbourne” kit for starters. I hope I will finnish it, at least I am much better of now, when I can take part of the vast knowledge this forum offers. Best regards Mikael

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