HMS ALERT 1777 cutter POF by Uwek

zoly99sask

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Hallo Zoly,
no I will not
In the past I put some very thin (30g/m2) paper in between the parts of the keel (see f.e. the La Salamandre)
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but due to the fact that there was in original structure no caulking between these elements - I will not show them.
It is a pure question of taste....... and seems, that my taste changed with the time ...... let us see how often I will change by taste in future ;)
Ok thanks,I might use pencil
 
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..and now they returned together with mysterious marks and signs - I´m dazed and confused. I´ll stop reporting about bold and not-bold letters, better take my lunch and a drink.
 
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I like using a pencil to indicate calking. I think the joints look finer and usually wont break like paper does sometimes. I like that you are taking the time to go over the construction in detail as with the others. looking forward to my turn at bat.
 
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