euclidian Posted December 26, 2015 Share #1 Posted December 26, 2015 It is new kit time of year I am starting on an ancient Egyptian ship from Amati. After looking around a few kits I found this one interesting as it is a bit different and appeals to my love of ancient history. It is modelled after some ships from a Pharaohs tomb wall and other historical information one of the oldest ships we have good descriptions for at about 2000 BC. I cannot speak to the accuracy but I find this intriguing. Looking through some of the details a the boat is mostly held together with a lot of rope. So my knot work should (hopefully) improve. First off I will start with the unboxing: The kit is nicely boxed. and the instructions have a lot of well put together diagrams from the first view. Also that a lot of rope! Going to make a start on the frame later. Griffon, ccoyle and Nikiforos 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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