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What's left to write Igor ... another vintage bottled ... jet again a marvelous result ... you keep on amazing us with these tiny pieces of art

 

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Hi to all!

Many thanks Mike, Patrick, Al, Mark, Carl, Nigel, Piet, Cees and all who was interested in this project.
I appreciate your support and feedback!
Vacation is a good time to return to my old projects also ))
And I hope you will enjoy new updates in my other projects.
Best Regards!
Igor.

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Hi Igor,

Congratulations on your beautiful work! I join all the others in admiring the tiny detail of your ships. I started a small Facebook page called “Decorative Ship Models” featuring ships in bottles and other “decorative” ships of sail. Would it be ok with you if I copied some of your pics to post there, giving credit of course? Or better still, we would love to have you join the “Decorative Ship Models” Facebook page and post regularly yourself. We could certainly learn a lot from your step by step photos! (Other readers here are welcome, too.)

Thanks for sharing your passion,

Bill L

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On 7/22/2019 at 10:20 PM, BillLinth said:

Hi Igor,

Congratulations on your beautiful work! I join all the others in admiring the tiny detail of your ships. I started a small Facebook page called “Decorative Ship Models” featuring ships in bottles and other “decorative” ships of sail. Would it be ok with you if I copied some of your pics to post there, giving credit of course? Or better still, we would love to have you join the “Decorative Ship Models” Facebook page and post regularly yourself. We could certainly learn a lot from your step by step photos! (Other readers here are welcome, too.)

Thanks for sharing your passion,

Bill L

Many thanks, Bill!
Yes, of course, you can use these photos in group! I sent in an application to join the group  too.
On my FB page there are albums with photos about building of each of my models.

 

On 8/23/2019 at 11:33 PM, josh44 said:

Beautiful, and, as always, truly inspiring!

Many thanks, Josh!


Best Regards!
Igor.

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Igor, I had seen the very beginning -- when you first started building the hull -- months ago.  Scanning the pictures of your progress today has been delightful!  Let me echo the others in saying that your detail work is exceptional!  A REAL inspiration, sir!  Thank you! 

Todd McLaren

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