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  1. Jimsky

    Charles Royal Yacht, 1674, Scale 1:64, by Woody Joe (Japan)

    You are more than welcome. Please do ask again if you have any question! :cool:
  2. Jimsky

    Borodino - 1: 200 scale from PAPER HOUSE

    This material looks like the foam, here in the US they use in flowers shops to make ikebanas. It is sturdy enough to support the structure and soft to cut with a knife.
  3. Jimsky

    Greetings from Poland

    Welcome on board, Tomek!!
  4. Jimsky

    Charles Royal Yacht, 1674, Scale 1:64, by Woody Joe (Japan)

    @Norway Thank you with your compliments Knut!! This tool is called drawplate, I bought the same one here: https://www.byrnesmodelmachines.com/drawplate5.html Personally, I like it very much! It is good quality for the money you spend! I have other drawplates, but this is the only one I made...
  5. Jimsky

    Borodino - 1: 200 scale from PAPER HOUSE

    A really nice progress Roly! What kind of material you are using as the filler for all structural work? I can see it sanding very smooth and accept putty?
  6. Jimsky

    Milling on a Drill Press

    Greetings Joe, You are such a skilled and talented person I've ever seen! I can see that many of the skills you've learned help you to build the beautiful models. But I even more impressed with your "show and tell' articles and willingness to help others! Bravo!
  7. Jimsky

    HMS Royal Caroline kit ZHL 1/30

    ...even it was too late, as I predicted, no matter what finish you will decide with - the bulwarks look just great. It is a nice red color.
  8. Jimsky

    Hello

    Hello Steve, and welcome to the SOS! I am really impressed with your first-time scratch build model, I even more impressed that you have chosen HMS Belona. While some of us think this is the best way to start shipbuilding hobby - I am definitely not of those. You must somehow be related to...
  9. Jimsky

    HMS Royal Caroline kit ZHL 1/30

    ...no matter what decision you make, I am sure she will look great. Although 'red' varnish may darken the wood over time (I've seen this). I am voting for the Oil (Danish or Tung)! :)
  10. Jimsky

    Charles Royal Yacht, 1674, Scale 1:64, by Woody Joe (Japan)

    @donfarr Thanks to being part of this log, Don. Everything is OK and I continue building Charles Yacht. It just my regular work what makes forum activity to delay. I will try to post cannons (as promised) this week. Thanks all for the interest!! :)
  11. Jimsky

    PRINTZ FRIDERICH (1761 - 1780) - danish 70-gun Ship of the Line - 1:48 by Karl I. Malcha

    Indeed it is one of the cleanest and precise workmanship to follow. Watching such great results, I always ask myself: Will I be able to achieve somewhere close??
  12. Jimsky

    Sovereign of the Seas Mantua 1:78 Greatly Enhanced - Vince P.

    @Vpirozzi I am not sure what are those mistakes are (if any), but this is a project to be proud of, Vince!! Well executed! Ok Thank you for sharing your log with us. Besides you've learned a lot, we have learned as well. I keep saying that personally, I would never consider such project for...
  13. Jimsky

    1/48 HMS Alert.

    looking very promising, I will be interested in this kit, when available...
  14. Jimsky

    La Renommée - French Frigate 1744 (1/48) - Based on Monographie from J. BOUDRIOT

    @Péji The hope dies the last! Looking forward to March! It is not that far if you think...:)
  15. Jimsky

    OCCRE Nuestra Señora del Pilar de Zaragoza - Manila Galleon at 1/46

    O YES, and it doesn't matter if this 'The wall' or 'Dark Side of the Moon', as long as it Pink Floyd!! Thumbsup
  16. Jimsky

    San felipe 1690 zhl kit 1:50

    I applaud you! :)
  17. Jimsky

    San felipe 1690 zhl kit 1:50

    Hi Denis, We are alike!! I also smoke pipe!!!
  18. Jimsky

    Me llamo Vicente y soy de Malaga España.

    Welcome to our family, welcome aboard SOS! ¡Bienvenido a nuestra familia, bienvenido a bordo de SOS! :)
  19. Jimsky

    Me llamo Vicente y soy de Malaga España.

    Translation from Spanish: Greetings to all members, it is a pleasure to be part of the forum!
  20. Jimsky

    Tools for making materials

    Thank you, Don. Here is the link if someone interested. looks like it is an attachment to a drill press. http://www.luthiersfriend.com
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