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Hello to everyone.......!

 

This is my main work - The Sovereign of the Seas from DeAgostini  and if I wait for the next components (only once a months) I work on the  "Le Gros Ventre"

I started last year in august and so she looks today, if you want I can put more pictures  from the beginning on. We are still not as far as in England, we are in the construction stage 36 from 135

 

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and so I built the cannons and have them finished with gold leaf

 

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and so I'll refine all gold parts from the Sovereign and there are many of them

 

here is the dinghy  :D  :D

 

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Here there is also a small progress on the SotS.

 

On Friday I received the new components and today I installed a few things. It's not all finished, Tomorrow I will build some more things on here

 

Here are the pics:

 

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It looks as if the mirror slightly askew but it is not, everything is straight :) :)

 

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Our move into the new house is finished and my new shipyard is built up, everything is back in place and I continues here in my buildlog.

 

Now here are some pictures of my progress on the sovereign:

 

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I've been working with gold foil and the 6 Parts must be polished

 

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I will follow you with this one Tom.

 

I want to build her myself someday.

So make me that curious that I want to do it  :D

So far, it looks great !

 

Sjors

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