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I think it's very hard to add convincing looking sails to a fully rigged model. But you certainly make it look easy Marsalv. they look just right with the back lighting.

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On 5/28/2018 at 3:47 AM, marsalv said:

To Ryzuhr: Most information is taken form Anatomy of the ship PANDORA book. But this book does not include the all necessary information so I use the following books for addition:

James Lees - The masting and rigging of english ships of war

David Antscherl The fully framed model, rigging a sixth rate sloop of 1767-1780

Klaus Schrage - Rundhloelzer, Tauwerk und Segel.

Awesome, thank you! I will keep a look out for these to add to the library. I appreciate the information!

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When this model is finished I hope it ends up in a place where lots of people can view it.  Pandora is way too beautiful to reside in your home!  The world needs to see this model.

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Thank you very much guys!

To dvm27 - this model will be installed in my living room together with my other models.

To wyz - some people will be have the possibility to see this model in September 2018 in Romania (Naviga´s World Championship) and in Czech Republik (Czech Championship).

Some pictures from lanterns production.

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Marsalv, any plans to show the Pandora in Rochefort in October? There would be a big event with hundreds of participants, see the details on the french forum. ;) 

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Dirk, thanks for your comment. I agree, the flags could be better. But - the flags are printed with laser printer on thin batist (two times from each side) and this was one of the best attempt after a long time spent.

The last part of Pandora constuction - two boats. Some pictures from hull making.

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