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English Pinnace by Iosto Doneddu - FINISHED

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I used the ordinates of the kit in basswood and I realized keel and the stem in boxwood.
I made the planking in boxwood, I've cut the strips.
I have encountered many difficulties because the thickness maybe it was not suitable and the cut was not precise in thickness.
In fact I had to make a second bandage covering.

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To get the black caulking, I used black acrylic on both sides of the table to be laid.
The effect is not optimal and it is too large.
In planking overcoating I gave only a hand of marker on one side of the table.
It 'a lot better but the marker melts with glue cyanoacrylate, and be very careful

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That sure is coming together nicely. I have this one on the shelf waiting to be built. I have truly been inspired to give her a go.

Great job.

 

              Marty G.

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I put the panel in boxwood profile red stern, but unfortunately the 'height of the rudder is not correct ....

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