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USF Constellation 1797 by Jparsley - Artesania Latina - 1:85 scale

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Hello everyone It's been a little busy around here lately I did get a little time to work on my girl I noticed that when I put the front sailed on The lines going to the bowsprit started to sag so I had to undo them and tighten them up Onto the fore mast Got all the running rigging placed Haven't glued anything yet Just have them placed

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Dude. You are crushing this. I loved this kit, it was so much fun. Memory lane reviewing your log. LOTS of rigging on this puppy and you're doing such a good job. WAY better than I did man. Keep it up.

 

Also.....have fun on the ratlines and once you hit 1000 tiny knots or so please be sure to share your fleeting thoughts of destruction with the group :)

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Hello everyone

its been a long time since I made a posting   A lot in my life has changed and it took me away from my initial project   I started my shrouds and fixed the broken bowsprit that mysteriously was broken while at my ex in-laws house   Funny thing is one of the anchors was also damaged   No one knows how the damage was done   Anyways  it’s all a matter of a billion knots now and adding the sails and final rigging and this beast is done   I’ll try to keep everyone appraised as I move ahead 993E8177-8434-48B6-B6BB-262900DBD114.thumb.jpeg.6c1f4794a7fa7b684cc419dc1aebf7a3.jpeg

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