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Pure craftmanship! Started to read this thread this morning and blown away by your skills and eye for detail.

Thanks for the inspiration to continu my own sruggle with the san franciso.

 

Joop Ham

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Hello Giorgio.

As others have said a stunning build.

Looking at all your close up photos I thought it was the full size ship I was looking at.

It's only the red "g" clamps and the pencil that gave the game away. :)

Excellent workmanship.

 

Regards Antony.

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Hi Giorgio,

 

It has taken me several visits and I'm still just at page 12 of your log . . . . . my eyes have seen so many of your photos but my brain is struggling to accept that anyone can do what I've seen !!!

 

If your build was of a full size, real ship the quality of workmanship would be amazing ~ but this seems almost impossible for it to be "ONLY" a model !

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Hello Giorgio,

your videos from

Mostra Modellismo Navale Viareggio 2013

are quite large class.  WOW!!! WOW!!!

 

Regards Karl

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Again speechless.

 

I wish you lots of happy building hours on this project for the coming year.

 

Joop

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Very wonderfull work.

I have a couple of questions for you:

which kind of shellack did you use, e.g. colour ?
what kind of formulation for the the shellack did you use, e.g. commercial product name ?
how did you apply the shellack, by brush or tampon ?"

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