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Pinky schooner GLAD TIDINGS (1937) by shipphotographer.com - FINISHED - Model Shipways - Scale 1:24 - just a christmas present


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You are an amazing teacher, Olha.  I have learned so much from this video that I will be referring back to it many times.  The timing of this video is great as I will be using many of your techniques in your video on my Medway Longboat.  You have special skills to be able to build a highly crafted model while filming your building processes.

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 Olha, my wife Maggie, a quilter, viewed your video on making the sails and was impressed with your sewing abilities (as was I) She suggested that you might want to acquire a rotary cutter, she said it makes cutting material so much easier. As always, thank you for posting as I enjoy seeing your work. 

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On 10/19/2020 at 1:46 PM, Keith Black said:

 Olha, my wife Maggie, a quilter, viewed your video on making the sails and was impressed with your sewing abilities (as was I) She suggested that you might want to acquire a rotary cutter, she said it makes cutting material so much easier. As always, thank you for posting as I enjoy seeing your work. 

Thank you for the idea - I've never tried using it!

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6 hours ago, JpR62 said:

Thank you Olha for your videos !

I am always discovering new techniques. It is really very interesting.
Superb work on these sails. I can't wait to see the rest.

 

Thank you very much!

I am very glad that you found useful information here!

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On 10/31/2020 at 12:58 PM, Keith Black said:

Olha, absolutly beautiful work as always. I always look forward to your videos. A question if I may, does potato starch increase the likelihood of insect damage to the sails and line? If so, what mitigating efforts might be taken to lessen the risk of insect damage? 

Thank you! 

At the expense of insects, I can not say anything - all my models have display-cases. So they are protected from accidents, dust, especially from cats and including insects ...

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