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I'll share with you some photos of my first ship model. This is a VASA ship model from COREL. As for the ship model kit, I can say that it is a difficult ship to build. The materials in the kit are of good quality. The body details are not laser cut but are hand-cut, so some parts are crooked and need to be repaired. The drawings are difficult to understand. I would recommend this firm's kits to experienced modelers. Not much is shown in the drawings.















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5 hours ago, Wahka_est said:

Labas draugas iš kolegos Baltijos valstybės.


Tai tikrai gražu!

Ar tai nebuvo jūsų pirmasis pastatymas?

Kas tau toliau?

Hello fellow. This is definitely my very first ship model. I made a lot of inaccuracies in the rigging, but they are little visible. In the future I would like to produce the most sophisticated models. It can be * royal caroline * or * bonhomme richard *. I like

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This might be the most impressive first ship model I've ever seen. It's amazing that you were able to do such a beautiful job building her as your first model. I know I would never have been able to do it. Congratulations!



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