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  1. Hello, thank you for compliments, i slowly working on the model, there are any next pics
  2. Thank you Popeye, sure i have do some small details like anchnor, fitting cannons and wheel and i´m not sure in that if i will do a second safe boat. Nenad thanks for compliment, everythink what i did was such clear so i think that there is nothing new to show. And i am pretty sceptic in that way, that i could did some parts better, but i try to get it like that is my first model and many mistakes are on place. now i´m resting from this model and working on the chessboard cheers
  3. cool progress and details, go on Nenad cheers
  4. Canoe21, thank you i hope that you will make best as you can! do it slow and without many attempts it can not be a good model. Chidokan, if you could buy book Anatomy of the ship, lets do it, cos the book is much much better base than everything by Sergal. My opinion is, wait with making hole for rudder on the board if you will whole hull complete. After that you will start with rudder fitting, make mark and the hole. cheers, there is more pics, sorry in last time i am very lazy with upload
  5. Thank you Frank, it goes well now, slowly but my working tempo is rising up, cos somer is gone. But i have a lot of things to do like now i´m painting wall in room of my cousin, than my friend would like to have room paint by me. I´m still working and my longest and best project is the ship,so boredom has no chance.
  6. thank you very much, but i dont think that i´m artist, i just like play with paints, anyway its clear that i would like improve my skill. here are some pics of wheel
  7. nice progress, i think that quality of your photos is much better then use to be. it´s good Pavel
  8. Thank you all guys for pretty words and excuse my mute during the somer. Somer in Czech was really hot and sunny so i enjoyed as much it was possible. On the ship i made some new parts, but the biggest challenge now is the wheel. And also i would like show my play with paints what i did in sommer so here are different pics than normal. David: i hope that i gave you somy inspiration and so what about the drawings, its funny to do it and it helps me a lot.
  9. Thank you Frank, maybe yo´re right, that i got talent for handwork but i also like listen music and many times i tried play some music instruments, there is no way. And this is it i think that everyone has any talent, the hard part is to find him out and practise and practise the skill and no matter what kind of hobby is it.
  10. hello Frank, i didn't to see you new log, is nice to see yours improved of finishing and patina techniques on the hull it is kinda inspirative for my Bounty. good luck Pavel
  11. Thank you for all for kind word, is a little bit strange for me to show here pictures without many text around but i think that more importatnt are the pictures, because if i´m looking on any topic on the firt place are the pictures of model
  12. Thanks Nenad, now i got much more time for work so i really like for that. There is more pictures
  13. Hello guys, thank you for watching. I had lots work on the house, where i removed. I continued on the capsatan,

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