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Hi Everyone. What a great site, full of fantastic builds and info, I am at the moment attempting the Cutty Sark, with some success but with some mistakes but learned a lot. I do want to build the Victory however I have decided to start small with a bow section from Mantua. when the kit comes I will be let you all know and post some pic hopefully.

Thanks everybody for giving me the inspiration with your fantastic models, just hope I can come somewhere near to your standards

Kind Regards to you all "OldMart" Martin from UK.

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Welcome to MSW, Martin.  Consider a build log for the Cutty and then for Victory.   Logs are excellent for getting help and meeting folks.

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Hi Mark. thanks for that, how do I change this log to Cutty Sark? Or do I just start another log. Kind Regards Martin.

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You actually start a log in either the kit area or scratch area depending on whichever one it is.  This area is basically just a "meet and greet" type.   As for the log itself, once you've determined which area, just look at top of the first page where there's pinned posts to help you with naming, etc.

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Thanks to you all for the info. Please bear with me for a little while, I am not very IT savvy but I'm sure I will grasp it. Have to say again. What a great site with fantastic builds and info. so see you all later, on the correct log lol Martin.

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Thanks everyone for the welcome's I just hope I live up to your high standards. I have now started my Cutty Sark log, albeit a little late through not taking photos before. hope to get some more on in the next couple of days, I dare say I will be asking you all for advice and tips in the near future lol. Keep safe and happy Martin.

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