HMY PLYMOUTH, renamed "POCA SANGRE"

ramonolivenza

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I share with you the construction, step by step, of my model of the HMY PLYMOUTH, real British yacht, based on the plate nº XLIV of the "Architectura Navalis Mercatoria".
Currently, the model is very advanced.
I start putting the state of the model in the month of May 2018.

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ramonolivenza

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I have used many woods: marfim, pear, pine, boxwood, cherry, ebony ... As a curiosity I have also used Cuban mahogany, semi-extruded noble wood and forbidden commercialization, however I obtained it from the demolition of a 19th century house. The white parts are bone
 

zoly99sask

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Hello Ramon,what material did you use to imitate those little rock pieces?
 

epicdoom

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we used to collect it here in Maryland years ago as kids because it floats on water, we had a darker variety
 
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