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At a Glance: A Snapshot of MSW Members' Current Projects

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On 6/11/2019 at 10:39 AM, ccoyle said:

To everyone, just a gentle reminder that this thread is reserved for brief updates only (please see guidelines in original post). Comments are encouraged but should go in the builder's original build log -- which is why we ask that all posts here include a link to the current log in the builder's signature.


Thank you!

Good point, but what if one hasn’t done a build log and just wants to show occasional progress?

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1 hour ago, ragove said:

just wants to show occasional progress

That's pretty much a build log -- and we have an area for that. 😉


Seriously, though, I have turned a blind eye towards minor bending of the law (e.g. extra photo, no link), but I will hold fast to the no chit-chat rule.

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Hi folks


This is my latest project; a scratch-built mega yacht, Sapphire.  There’s still a lot of work to go, but eventually she should have a fully detailed interior, with all decks and superstructure being fully removable.  









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20 minutes ago, Kevin said:

Can you please restrict posts to one photo 

Yes, thank you Kevin for the reminder. Folks, please remember the purpose of this thread -- it is a snapshot of current activity on the forum. The idea is that readers whose interest has been piqued by your teaser here will be directed to your build log, and that is where additional photos and commentary should be posted



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My other loose end tidied up - My 1/36 RC brig HMS Harrier is finished, fully rigged and sailing effectively. Follow the build log link in my signature for more pics and a link to a vid of her in action.


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and another of my builds in progress


this is HMS Bluebell from the 1/72 HMS Snowberry Revell kit with Great little ships PE upgrades


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forgot photo

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