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Wasa by md1400cs - FINISHED - Corel - 1:75

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Javlin: way too kind – thanks so appreciated 

Dark Angel: Glad that you will find some inspiration – so kind of you to post. I’ve also found so much inspiration from builds that I follow here as well. Cheers.

Richard: Thanks so much – your work, BTW, is brilliant indeed

EJ: We’ve been following each other’s builds for quite a while now – as always so kind of you thanks.

 

Not quite finished – but now done. Afterthoughts made me think that those vent stacks (not correct anyway) but still needed a bit more of a fix.

So done here – now for the install – Need to coordinate with the Admiral - she will need the Vasa's resting space in Feb for a party she’s having (baby shower –for a friend’s daughter) – so will remove the Vasa, and its case then. This lantern will certainly look more appropriate - glad that I finally got around to this bit.

 

Mates thanks for the likes and just dropping by,

 

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To be honest, I wasn’t 100% sold on adding the lion mascaroons, but now that I see them in place I really love them!  I agree with you that they tie-in nicely with the whole decorative program, and now the lantern looks a part of the ship, IMO.  Great work!!

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Marc - you're responsible for this fix -thanks SO much PS: Glad that it meets with your approval  

I'll revisit here one last time - now back to current very slow project

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I just thought that you were doing such an incredible job of up-grading the kit.  I wanted you to finish with a flourish befitting of all the excellent work you have done, and now you have.  Well done!

 

All the best,

Marc

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