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  1. Thank you for answers! Aah yes i forgot to reshape that part where those planks are now stopping😅🤦‍♂️ Good thing is that korabel sells those plank sets seperatly. (18 euros for both sides) Now starting to reshape that part. I want to keep "wood look" on this ship and not paint that hull so i will order new set and do it right way this time🙂🤔 Well next time i wont make same mistake.
  2. Any ideas how i should cover that cap? In the picture you can see that my lover planks are ending too soon. Can you come up with somekind solution. Frame, copper plates or somethin what covers that part in the end. 😅 Im going to do the rest like it should but i dont know what would be best choice to cover that mistake Kit is from korabel so all planks are precut, if all hope is lost then the last choice is to order new set of planks from korabel span widget
  3. Thank you for the warm welcome! I am glad to be a part of this group😎 Joo se on hyvä, täällä näyttäski olevan jo ihan mukavan kokonen porukka. Saattaa päästä välillä helpommalla kun kyselee kotimaan vaihtoehtoja vastaaville maaleille ja tarvikkeille.
  4. Im just a amateur model "ship" builder from Finland! My first wooden ship was way back when i was 13. (Picture below) Just too big project for someone that age😅 Never finished that and lost all parts, but maybe i will complete it someday. I got model building background from building and painting plastic models and dioramas. Now i just got back from the military and i have some spare time. I have ordered master korabel phoenix model from ebay and i want to modify it little more. Add more details windows, etc. Maybe i will start a model building log when it arrives. I made quick small illustration for custom stern gallery and i will be here looking for some ideas and tricks! Below my first model and illustration for the master korabel phoenix

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