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  1. Hi Erik im so happy someone is building this beautiful boat. splendid work and wishing you sucess , following and looking forward ahead . Vlad
  2. Hello very fine carving . this looks like oak to me, hat off that wood is beast to tackle congratulations.
  3. Hello Nenad, been eyeing your build here and there, hat off in that scale lovely work, go on continue. i am about to fiddle around bowsprit as wel. Vladimir
  4. This is gorgeous indeed Sir , lovely work, thanks for sharing. steel plates wow .
  5. Hat off Sir this is wonderful craftmanship and build. Simply beautiful. Congratulations.
  6. yeah , thats why i intend to make water level model . every ship looks real in see for me not with belly taken out and attached to pedestal :))))
  7. Hey English Rebel, than kyou for stopping by and nice comment. i am beginner though I checked your projects, and foud fifie - - that model of amati i am eyeing at as well. I will watch the build! take care
  8. Vaddoc it is 3 individual strand. I will try to learn and put splicing eye for backstays eyes. fingers crossed though :). I was browsing thru your old brilliant sail boat project,you are creative when lack of power tools. - i can definitely cope with that struggle /fun. it is invention of new methods of crafting materials that makes this hobby fun. at least for me.
  9. Dear fellows, There is working mess is the shipyard. I cant explain how much beauty and real complete feel rigging adds to the ship. I glad i went for it. Even when ratlines are not there. I was playing with idea tried to splice rope to show off some 3 cord stopper but i was swearing so much i gave up . Not worth hassle with 60 deadeyes i would be probably dead or end up in psychiatric however it is doable though. I just hope i am doing rigging right. Those colors really match with boat. Not sure if photos show that enough.i am definitely glad for fine lanyard rope. V.
  10. by the way spraking of glory here i know but... Did you catch this site Rob? its about cloud but ...within family and utmost interesting. seems like definite about cloud to me. https://www.sobco.com/ship_model/fc/Lane/Flying_Cloud.htm

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