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Sovereign of the Seas by andy - FINISHED - Mantua/Sergal

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Hi Everyone,

 

Thanks so much for all of your comments. I really appreciate them, and look forward to your support as I start on the Wappen von Hamburg.

 

Andy

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Hi Andy

 

You have done a beautiful build of the SOS.

 

It is a credit to your skills as a model builder well done.

 

Denis.

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Hi Andy,

 

what a impressing ship and a very nice pic... Seems you do not have dogs around? I have four - and so I have to use a dust cover to protect my models. I use some colorless acrylic covers that are made in the correct dimensions. Fort my Half Moon, a quite small model, I have a cover with the dimensons of 60/60/23 cm and it was about 120 Euros...

 

Cheerio

 

Max

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Hi Andy--I'm late to the party as usual!  Congratulations on your Sovereign of the Seas.  I'm about to tackle the same project and have noticed that everyone seems to follow the instructions and delays planking the bottom part of the hull until a lot of the deck work is finished.  In your build log you raised the question of whether there was a reason for that.  Having done the build, was there a reason?  I have a strong preference to do all the planking first and then work on the decks.  The sanding and moving of the ship during planking makes me not want to do a lot of delicate work first.  Would love your thoughts.  Thanks!

 

Thomas

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