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  1. You did a very nice job on this build Dashi, congratulations on completing her (to this point) cheers Pat
  2. Nice concept Mark; I like the bread n' butter approach and shows the benefits of having a laser cutter. cheers Pat
  3. Impressive work Keith. While you are at it can I order another 100 at 1:72 cheers Pat
  4. Very nice painting detail Steven; and welcome to the 'shaky hands' club cheers Pat
  5. Dr PR, you may be referencing 'chocks'? Also, I am wondering if it may be a misprin=t and actually referring to 'gun spikes' used to help train the gun? cheers Pat
  6. Looks good Dan and thanks for the feedback and tips. cheers Pat
  7. Could she have carried a small boat up there? or perhaps a painters plank? However, these maybe out of character with the rest of the vessel and the 'patch up a more palatable solution. cheers Pat
  8. I had the pleasure of seeing this model first-hand last night and the detail is exquisite! Looks even better than the high quality shown in the photographs. Cheers Pat
  9. Great progress Steven, eagerly waiting to see the finished paint work . cheers Pat
  10. All that brass work, must have kept the crew busy with the "Brasso" Nice work as usual Keith, look forward to seeing the holes all filled. cheers Pat
  11. Glenn, if you are still monitoring the site, I have missed your regular postings of this fine model; glad to see her in her finished state. cheers Pat

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