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  • Birthday 01/23/1941

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  1. Hi, Bob! I am experimenting, little bit. :) This is only the basis for the deck.
  2. Hi, Tom! The deck is not yet finished. It must be like polished. Then I will see what to do next. Have a nice day Tom!
  3. Thank you Russ. This is preliminary work: I want to see if the hull shape is as I want.
  4. Hello Alex! Very nice build, very clean work. Where did you cut the bulkheads?
  5. Hi, Anja! I can't see attached pictures. What could be the problem?
  6. Nice tutorial! Thank you for submitting it. Is the last picture imported dxf in FreeShip?
  7. Hi, Jaro! Did you start the tutorial? If you did, please, can you put the link in this topic? Kind regards, Hrvoje
  8. The ship is really beautiful. And the work is neat and precise. I like it!
  9. Hi, Sinan! Did you get tired like me with all those frames? I put my model little bit aside.

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