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HMS Unicorn by sailorross - Corel - 1:75

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Hello Everyone,


First of all thank you all for the amazing posts you have shared and all the great tips. Ive been reading and following all of these inspiring builds and am stalled out and need a push and some suggestions. I started my build over a year ago and trying to figure out how to make the keel and stem look better before I continue with the rudder. And on deck, I lost a ladder I made last year (yes made it cause it was fun to play with J ) and am on the fence with the one other ladder ive made, they don’t seem to be the right scale unless you’re a giant. Im on a cargo ship in the Indian Ocean at the moment so am not sure how picture uploading will go due to satellite internet but will try.

Many of you know the difficulties of this Corel kit, im thinking many items are a bit large like belaying pins blocks buttons etc.


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