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Guyuti

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  • Birthday 10/12/1963

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  1. Same here, the only time I Built the victory was an Airfix kit over 40 years ago I will be getting the Amati one as long as James H says it is worthwhile and Just because Chris W designed it.
  2. Well Chris, thanks for the update, so looking forward to seeing the finished kit, I have already put money aside to purchase this kit, which will go into my stash with all your other models you have produced to date. I will off course do build logs once it get to them. I wish you every success for now and the future. Regards Guy
  3. Thanks so much for the water colour, exactly what I wanted, from mine and my late father's favorite novel by Douglas Reeman "A Prayer for the Ship" Regards Guy
  4. Hi, Looking to purchase a kit in the scale 1/200 or 1/350 depending on how detailed it is. I am looking for as much detail as possible from photo etch / 3d printing. any advise would be greatly appreciated. I was looking at the Hood with mk1 design detail up kit. but i will bow to those with more knowledge. Thanks Guy
  5. oh boy !! Another kit to have to buy from Vanguard, if it is anything like the other 5 I recently bought it will be brilliantly packaged, with everything you might need to make a stunning model. So looking forward to it Chris, congrats on the next kit for your company.
  6. Guys, Have any of you rigged this model? If you have can you let me know roughly how much cord is needed and what sizes and colours please. Thanks Guy
  7. Thanks so much for all the replies. I have a lot to ponder and work out what is best for me. Thanks again Guy
  8. Alex, Just received the your plans for this wonderful model. Really looking forward to when i can build it. Regards Guy
  9. All, As I suffer with a disability, which means I cannot Stand without using Crotches, what would you recommend as a workbench which I can sit at? Thanks in advance Guy
  10. Jim, must have missed this the first time I went through all you wonderful pictures, I served on the Gold Rover, in Late '82. I was made redundant the following year during the 1st round of Maggie T's defense cut backs after the Falklands. Best 3.5 years of travel ever during my time on the RFA Thanks Guy
  11. Wishing Everyone in here all the very best for the New Year. May all your hopes and dreams come true in 2021. Best Wishes Guyuti
  12. Amalio, Having just joined MSW I have been looking through members previous builds etc, and having just spent the last 2 hours looking at your current build. All I can say is if I can get anywhere near this quality of work I would be happy. You work is beautiful, a wonder to behold. Thank you for posting a picture diary of your build, I look forward to seeing what comes next. You are a master craftsman. Best Wishes. Guy "Acabo de unirme a MSW y he estado revisando las compilaciones anteriores de los miembros, etc., y acabo de pasar las últimas 2 horas mirando su compilación actual. Todo lo que puedo decir es que si puedo acercarme a esta calidad de trabajo, sería feliz. Tu trabajo es hermoso, una maravilla para la vista. Gracias por publicar un diario de imágenes de su construcción, espero ver lo que viene a continuación. Eres un maestro artesano. Los mejores deseos. Guy
  13. Thanks for all the welcome's guys I really appreciate them. Guy
  14. Hi, Completely new to model ship building, I recently had to retire from work due to severe ill health and as I now have a lot of spare time confined to home I thought I would try my hand at building some wooden model ships. I spent my Youth in the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and hope to one day build a model from scratch of my first ship the Fleet Refueling Vessel R.F.A. Olmeda. If i can ever find some plans. I also used to Row in Cornish Pilot Gig's and would love to build a model of one of those at some point. I have read all of the Alexander Kent Novel's so I would like to build vessels from the 1770's up to the 1820's. working up as the books do from a sloop of war to a first rate Ship of the line. I have no idea on what I should try first I am open to suggestions, also I would like advice on what are the best tools for a beginner to buy. Thanks in Advance. Guy
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