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Wow! :o  I just found this build log and read back through it all. Amazing work you've done here. The model and the documentation. The detailing is so impressive and an inspiration to me. I hope someday to be able to do as well. Thank you for posting your build log. I'll be saving it for ideas to use in the future. 

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Hello Dida.

Exelent build. Every thing is so exact and the quality of workmanship is to the highest standard.

Your attention to detail is spot on :)

 

Regards Antony.

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Dida, what a fantastic job you are doing with your model , it is one of those I have looked to for inspiration your rigging and sail work are wonderful, I'm glad to see more progress.

 

Michael

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I had the same thought as I looked at the pictures. 

 

Painted and un-painted, decked and un-decked, two boats in one and they're both lovely.

 

Bob

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Well done, Dida. Congratulations on a fine model. In the real boat, did the rudder ever get snagged, as it goes so far below the keel?

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Well done, Dida. Congratulations on a fine model. In the real boat, did the rudder ever get snagged, as it goes so far below the keel?

Thank you Druxey and David. :)

When in the shallow water the rudder is lifted up.

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Very lovely build! I really like these small Mediterranean working boats because they have great lines and so much character--yours is an excellent example of these great craft; well done!

 

Cheers,

Jay

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Paranza is on hold. Was about to finish the second planking. However I've had LOADS of work professionally, and so... until July I have to focus on other things. Make money etc. Can't wait to return to the build however! Greetings to Croatia!

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Yes, professional staff is the most important. It only disturbs us when we make models. When you make a lot of money for living, show us this ship (Paranza). You can put her on my forum too. B)

 

Have a nice and successful day!  :cheers: 

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Hello Hrvoje,

 

Congratulations!

What a beautiful ship. Excellent work.

 

Anja

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