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About S.Coleman

  • Birthday 08/14/1987

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    Perth Western Australia
  • Interests
    Anything to do with wood working. Hanging out with friends, Reading books.

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  1. Looking at great start. Im looking at starting this kit too.
  2. I bet the sailors not In a million years would imagine a ship like this.
  3. Gidday from across the island. You certainly are making a cracking job. Looking real good. The parts look great quality.
  4. Looks beautiful. Be good to see the lamps light up through the rigging.
  5. What an awsome Job. Looks really neat and we'll planned. Good stuff.
  6. I know how you feel with The moving. You are however doing a master job. I really liked the shading process on the turrets. Cheers.
  7. Blast bags look excellent. Painting is always abit nerve wracking to begin. Good job.
  8. I dont know what it is about this kit but it makes me want to build it again! I had some seriously good fun. And it looks like you are doing the same. It's looking real nice and sharp. Top work. I do like the doors to the boiler room. Thumbs up!
  9. Very interesting build. It's hard to imagine that it is card. Love the nice sharp lines of the coppering. Great job.
  10. Welcome from Western Australia. You will find boat loads of info for your victory on here should you need it. Best of luck.

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