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The second picture in posting #157, makes this model look so amazing!



Actually, I think they're all pretty much amazing. I still don't completely understand  the process Montanes used to construct this model but I'm just happy to look at the results.

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On 17-6-2016 at 0:27 PM, jose rodriguez said:
Amalio Hello, I am very pleased that you've decided to show your work, please put photos from the start, but is not well understood the process of construction.


Best regards



Jose Rodriguez


pos me alegro que se fala galego tamen en este foro un salu2 cordial desde Oostende

glad to see that there is also spoken galego in this forum

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Amalio Absolutely beautiful work.

It would be good for you to answer some of the questions though, after reading through the whole thread again. a lot of good questions remain unanswered. Your skill at the craft is very apparent, and sharing your knowledge would be of a great help. Pictures are fantastic but do not tell the whole story.


Respectfully Michael

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