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super work Karl,

 

somehow the filigran structure reminds me of an instument builder building the fine wooden resonance body, like for a violin, cello or so, I know its completely different though ....

Wunderbar !!

 

Nils

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Jeronimo,

 

Sometimes I have the same problem. My pictures also don't occur always in the order that I send (and want) them. Some explanation would also please me.

I think that I can imagine the sequence of your story. I just can say that I admire your accurate way of working.

 

G.L.

 

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Bravissimo!  Wunderbar! Very neat work Karl.  

 

WRT the photos (sorry not in German), I find if I upload them all first, then place the cursor in the position in the response, then click on the uploaded photo I want to include, it is placed where I want it.  Therefore to get the right sequence, simply place cursor for the first and add photo (from the uploaded ones), then place the cursor under that one etc etc.  I hope that helps?

 

cheers

 

Pat

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wonderful work Karl,

 

you`re building the model section like the real thing I suppose....

I like that mast foot socket, and all the planking work so far, very accurate and clean :)

 

Nils

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Amazing model building, sir! You have great skills with your ships. Looking at the pictures you have recently posted, I am guessing those holes drilled through the hull on either side of the mast will be for pumps? Keep up this great blog!

 

Brian :)

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Hello friends,

new photos from the construction progress of my CHEBECE.

Partition walls of the storage rooms and remaining deck beams are installed.

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Storage rooms are not shown in the plans of J. Boudriot.

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