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  1. My hold well box, decided to use dark ring with copper paint touch simulating bolts.
  2. I will be, definitely I will add support pillars under each overhead beams which will add a decorative touch to the walls. I will post some picks soon.
  3. At first I wasn’t sure about this little detail I created on the pillar chock, but it’s growing on me.
  4. Decided to stain the first part on the bow side since it better access now and made the deck look a bit rusty to simulate real deck.
  5. Thank you Henrik Being new to this I am still trying to figure all this out. I do appreciate your help! Another question I have is the dilemma I am having with mainmast step. As per picture attached do you drill into the mainmast step or square off the mast itself. I marked the mast just in case since I will not be able to get to it later. What would be the proper install.
  6. Hi Henrik I am working on Artesania HMS Bounty 1783 scale 1:48 Robert
  7. Just curious Rick, what model are you building or have just built. After my Bounty I want to take on HMS Victory. its 1400 mm in length that giant.
  8. Thank you Rick, in that case I will do just that. i think this is the best way. Can’t wait to start on my planking. I will post many picks with my progress.
  9. Hello, just started my Bounty build and at the framing stage. My concern is to glue the frames at the beginning and than not able to align the deck. Any suggestions? Should I wait until I put the deck in and than secure the frames with glue? Thank you for your help!
  10. Hi just picked up my 2nd kit HMS Bounty 1783. is there a better instruction booklet available? This kit requires to use multiple books but some photos are not clear to follow. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Rob

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