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DŽAR

Chengbo - sailing ship

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and the Chinese junk ship from Trumpeter is finally finished. The worst thing was to tie and tighten the ropes. The scale is estimated to be about 1/60. How do you like it ?
now I'm starting the most complicated building I've ever done, the Victory 1/100 from Hellerspacer.png

 

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3 hours ago, DŽAR said:

The worst thing was to tie and tighten the ropes.

Gidday Dzar, thats a lot of ropes you've done there. I've never seen a ship like that before. Eight masts was it? Well done, and best of luck with the Victory. Regards, Jeff.

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Very, very nice. 

 

Excellent job on the wood effects!

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That's superb, I can hardly believe it's not a wooden model. 

 

Looking forward to seeing your Victory! 

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Great wood effect you have achieved on a beautiful looking ship :yes:

 

beefy

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Hello Dzar,

Yes I like it. Never seen before in scale.

The finish is of very high craftsmanship. Almost a museum piece.

Regards, Orion.

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