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I'm starting the Bruma, which I chose to give me something hopefully less complex and long than the Cutty Sark. Here are some "What's In the Box" Pics. It's wood, laser cut sheets, some fittings, and plan sheets. The instructions are printed on the back of one of the plan sheets (in several languages). The English instructions are about one column length, including the parts list. What I'm going to do is scan them so I can print them out and still be able to use the other side of the plan sheet. Regards, David
I was so anxious about 1) getting my topic title correct and 2) posting pictures of my first project, that I almost decided not to, but here goes. As background. this is my first wooden ship model ever and few any other models before that. I bought it on a whim, spent a little time working on it, put it away for 7 years (I have a 7 year old, there might be a correlation). I decided to pull it back out and work on it again. I'm doing thing "wrong" and muddling through with little to know idea of what I am doing, but am having fun in the process. So for starters here's the package ph