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  1. Im late to this as focusing on late period ships. spectacular carving Siggi. this is out of this world. thanks for sharing.
  2. This is penomenal stuff. Craftsmanship and outcome indeed. Beautiful with capital B. happy to see work like these just to see and learn what can be achieved. thanks for sharing. V.
  3. Good day everyone, There is an update on cutty. What do you think? Im expanding lifeboats fleet also ..so there will hopefully be another one quite soon. Vlad
  4. can I wow? this is the speed i like :))
  5. Congratulations Vaddoc , you have built very beautiful boat you should be proud of. thanks for sharing it on the way.... V.
  6. Many Thanks for encouragement Everyone. i dug into deck planking, in my case Cutty one yesterday. unfortunately i do not posses a book from Mr. Longridge about cutty and model but he states planks would be in my case about 20 cm long and I have also a laydown pattern. Campbell provides width. i am about to lay 1 mm thick ones, and 5 and 3/4 " - so i will use 6 mm wide lime planks. pretty big huh? not settled with caulking yet but i am about to try first how both metods turn out - pencil or black paper. i have nice auite thick one.... or i guess it will be both sides penciled as those planks are enough wide for thicker caulk i guess... i would prefer pencil as quicker labor i guess but i am not hurrying. not sure what looks more oomph... if anyone has any own trick or so i would love to learn. i speculate how i lay king plank straight and omit deckhouse so i can spare some wood but i smell accident that i would like to avoid. any small misalignment will pay dearly i guess . just a queation pls would you go for tree nailing being it your place ?:) good modeling to everyone . Vlad
  7. Thank you Brian, sweetens the heart. i hope iwill be ever satisfied so i dont need to redo again...:) by the way i remember your lovely steamer chaperon. i enjoyed it a lot. Vlad
  8. Hello. Topgallant rail decorative panel finished and finally changed. Installed. Every section now rounded, sanded and each individual panelling lined with knife strokes. Middle columns bevelled around edges. this hassle Gave me headache but main rail secured firmly withstanding shrouds so no accident. had to be improved though. Next stage. Individual deck planking. Will take thru all summer i guess as summer calls for other activities :))

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