Captain Bligh's BOUNTY - 1787 (Eaglemoss' collections, Scfle 1:45)

Uwek

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I agree completely with the words of our friends - great appearance - especially the rigging works is extremely good.
Happy to read, that you will show us the sailmaking more in detail - and I hope there will come several other tutorials in addition - Great to have you on board
 
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Beautiful work Olga! I was especially glad to see the photos, as I just finished re-reading Mutiny On The Bounty.
Is that smaller boat on the deck the launch that Bligh and the others were set adrift in?
I'd been wondering if any/many women built ship models. There's obviously no reason why they shouldn't build superb models. Are there a lot of women on SOS?
 

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Olya, Many, many thanks to you and your assistant for sharing with us your sails making technique! It does look-like that it is not difficult...until you actually try on your own... ;)
 
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