HMS Vanguard 1787 - Victory Models - 1:72

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G'day arthur, I've just had a very enjoyable read through your build log,very nice work, I particularly like the way you have painted the stern, and your lighting looks great, a very nice model,

best regards John.
G'day Arthur
I also been reading (and I'm only half the through) your log and I havta say how great, not only your build, but your information is.
Havagooday
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G'day Arthur
I've finished now and O'whattabeauty it was to read. Brilliant is another word not only for your log, but the model as well.
Havagooday
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I am relatively new in the forum since some days, so I am making my homework and read the logs.....just went and read your log and I am realy impressed. Very clean and accurate work and like Greg mentioned also shown and explained in a very interesting and informative way.
Also positive to see, that the quality of this kit seems to be very good and you are making a high quality model out of it.....
 
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Hi Arthur,

I have been looking on the lego roping machine but it was difficult to get the right parts from less then 3 sources. So I decided to order a small roping machine and a small serving machine from domanoff workshop in Belarus. Comments on these machines were very positive on Internet so I will be using these to not only serve ropes but also make them.

Regs Maarten
 
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Thanks Uwe. There are one or two minor mistakes in the instructions and problems with the odd parts here and there but I'd rate the kit pretty highly.

Regs: It helps if you can beg, borrow, or steal parts from the children or grandchildren! :)