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san martin

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  1. Dear all, Here I send you enclosed some updated pictures of my modelship Santa Ana finally completed and ready to keep in its showcase. I hope you enjoy them and do not hestiate in comment if you wish. Kind regards, San Martín. (Part 1/4)
  2. And here the last part. I will upload more pictures when the model will be finished. Best regards, San Martín.
  3. Hello, After a long time without visiting the forum, here I send you some pictures of the current status of the model. Hope you like them and if you see some details that I could correct, I would ve very thankful in read your comments. Best regards, San Martín.
  4. Thank you Borge for your comment, it animates me to continue working. I've seen your "Dragon" and I like so much, it's a model with many details. A greeting, San Martín.
  5. Hello again, Thank you all for your comments. I've already seen that there is a very high level in this forum. I share with you some other pics of the progress and a full view of the current status. I hope you like. Greetings, San Martín.
  6. Hello everyone, I am a model ship builder from Spain and after viewing this formum I've decided to show you some pics of the model that I'm building now, the 1784 ship Santa Ana. I have pictures of all the progress but they are too much, so I only upload the pictures of the beginning and the current status of the model. I hope you like and if you want, you can tell me your opinion. A greeting, San Martín.

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