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It boggles the mind to think much of this extremely fine work gets covered up or at least completely unnoticed by overlapping extremely detailed joinery that gets covered up by even more overlapping extremely well crafted joinery.

 

If this model ever gets a mast head or any kind of rigging it will surely be a wonder to behold.

 

Rob

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WOW! We don’t often see pictures of the exterior of your ship.  Her lines could not be more sweet!

 

On the port side, will you leave off a few strakes of planking, closest to the waterway, so that all of that beautiful structure will remain as testament to your efforts?

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fantastic modeling art work Amalio,

its a feast for eyes and soul to explore the decks of your Pandora

Many thanks for sharing your work with us .

 

Nils

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14 hours ago, vossiewulf said:

I'm just going to shorten it to SOA

I hope not (STD in Dutch ...)

 

You seem to me fault less Amalio ... and make it look so easy too!

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Posted (edited)

Amalio, this is my morning treat when I have breakfast before heading to work.

Enjoying the pictures of your progress.

Thank you for a beautiful build.

Edited by Nirvana

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