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ragove

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About ragove

  • Birthday 04/22/1943

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    Leesburg, Virginia
  • Interests
    Modeling of all types. Mainly ships, but also
    plastic aircraft.

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  1. Tried my and at the weird camo. I think it came out OK
  2. Beautiful ship and model. I always loved this story about the original race. Legend has it that while watching the race, Queen Victoria asked who was second, and received the famous reply: "There is no second, your Majesty."
  3. she’s a beauty. I saw her in person some 15 years ago during a trip to Nova Scotia to visit the place of my mother’s birth.
  4. It is a shame, but enough is visible that one has to do all the detail. A lot of plastic aircraft kits are like that. Detailed interiors that one never sees
  5. Finally got the hurricane house under roof. Wife and I were in the woods (roughing it in an AC cabin, with full kitchen, 2 bed rooms, and a bath, on beautiful Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia, but alas No Modleing😬) so not much got done on CWM for a bit. But I am am finally back at it. we did manage to finish several bottles of wine 😇
  6. Pose it on your driveway with the right perspective and it will look real.
  7. I seem to have opened a can of worms. I am taking a break from modeling for a couple weeks (14 days in the Virginia Mountains) so plenty of time to think about the roof of the hurricane house. I probably will go for a “smooth” top.
  8. The Model Shipways plans for the CWM say that the roof of the hurricane house was covered in canvas. I’ve been puzzling how to duplicate that. I see you just stayed with same material as the sides.

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