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  1. Thanks to everyone for the kind comments and likes. Before equipping the 1st gun deck, I fitted the deck beams and knees of the 2nd gun deck and then dismantled them again. Karl
  2. Ballast stones mixed with quick sanding base as an adhesive. Karl
  3. Thanks to everyone for the kind comments and likes. Ballast stones, size and color of the stones changed. Additional storage barrels installed in the storage rooms. Karl
  4. Production of the storage barrels in the individual work steps. Although I didn't fill the entire storage room with it. The ballast stones should actually be a bit smaller and more rounded, but I didn't get them anywhere. Also works like that. Gerard Delacroix once wrote to me, Ballast stones were roughly the size of a walnut. Ballast stones were mixed thoroughly with grinding ground sa an adhesive, and filled up between the individual barrels. Karl
  5. Here is the link to the homepage of Ivan Trtanj. http://www.historische-schiffsmodelle.com Karl
  6. Hello Gaetan, in your photo does the ruder blade consist of four parts? Optical Ilusion? G. Delacroix wrote to me, only in three parts. Karl
  7. Hello Siggi, why the cannon-tulip in red? I haven't seen that anywhere else. Weshalb die Kanonen - Tulpe in Rot? Ich habe das sonst noch nirgendwo gesehen. regards Karl

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