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I present  today progress with build my schooner.

I finished (shrouds? i dont know this name, in polish: wanty), and i started the ratlines.

Some photos of general look of model.

For mistakes sorry, google translate help me with this.

my work room:

I know, this planking was bad, but when i was make this, i did not know. When i found out it was to late.















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Nice work space. I see you have a couple other good looking ships in progress also. The rigging practice on this one will go a long way when you are ready to start on those larger builds.

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Hi, thanks. Line ship (12apostles) look great just from this range. It was wrong, but, when i end schooner i ll try to repair he, and maybe end..... With while building Vasa, and Hms fly.... 3-4 weeks derogation.... 


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