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diablo0007

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About diablo0007

  • Birthday 03/22/1979

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    Damascus
  • Interests
    ship modeling

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  1. i was thinking like you do now but when i paint one side i decide to paint the other enjoy planking the green plates i believe it will end up just great
  2. Hello spider999 i didn't use the green plate which come with the kit and it was bad idea cause i used a very hard cooper to deal with and it took me lot of time to finish
  3. waw what amazing work Y.T hope mine will look close to yours when i finish this stage Good luck amigo
  4. good morning mat been a while since i visit the forum or been in my work place living in Damascus nowadays is little hard after the war and all the economics problem we are facing and now with corona i transfer my work shop to be inside my home so i should be starting progress from now on hopefully thanks all for your visit to my work and your opinion on my build YT it seems we are in the same stage as we both working on the Bow, i find it difficult to bend the strip following the Mamoli instructor but when i sow your amazing work you gave me the idea of how to do it and i will try it tonight hope i will doing well with my build beside 2 kids and a wife staying at home now good luck for you all and please stay safe
  5. YT great progress, i can't believe that we are doing same kit as yours looks perfect and spider build looks great and as spider said i'm looking to your progress as inspiration rather than the mamoli plans. Keep it up my friend looking forward for more progress.
  6. very nice i like the work soon we will be in same stage good luck in your house work and enjoy summer my friend
  7. Congratulations Vince, it looks amazing i love euromodel kits and you made it Fabulous great job
  8. i'm confusing if i should varnish my ship now and then start working on deck or wait till i finish everything and varnish the ship later i'm using this Varnish as i paint my ship with acrylic my concern is if i varnish the ship i might not be able to glue any more things on the ship i will test it but i need your help any help with this ??
  9. great work and a fast progress i believe i will learn a lot from your work thanks for sharing us your working
  10. Hello Spider your progress are great so far the hull looks great and sure when you finish the small green piece it will be beautiful hope to see more from your progress soon
  11. restart working , it's been almost a year since i worked with my victory i will post some new progress soon
  12. Great work Rob i'm doing same kit, i did the mistake of going with Mamoli structure and installed the other 2 deck as i was exiting to see how it will looks like and i didn't plank all the main deck :(, good for you you get alert with it, note that on your building you will find many mistake in Mamoli plans and instruction Good luck and hope you enjoy your time building this amazing model
  13. waw great.... I cant believe that we are making same kit Your work is more professional and crafted very well i'm looking forward to see more of your model

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