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About S.Coleman

  • Birthday 08/14/1987

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

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  1. Lots of detail for this kit. Really nice looking build. How did you etch the plates into the hull?
  2. Looking very clean. It's great when all goes together smoothly.
  3. Those grates are very brittle and fiddly. I remember doing these on my Mamoli Friesland. Yours are looking good though. Nice work.
  4. Absolute stunning build. She's massive. I do like your attention to detail.
  5. Good to see another mamoli build. These are good builds.
  6. I wish you all the best. It looks great so far. I love Mamoli kits, this will be a great build.
  7. I rekon once the first planks of the hull are on and all looks aligned it will come up very solid.
  8. Canute I just use powders and weathering paints. Comes up good.
  9. That looks good. With the bulkheads hollowed out and the keel only going up so far it looks flimsy. Take your time it shall be good.
  10. I do like a Mamoli build. Looks like a beautiful ship to build. Hope the bulkheads come right.
  11. Also, I build plastic1/25 scale trucks. Keeps me out of trouble.

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