Statenjacht Utrecht by Dusek

donfarr

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VERY MUCH SO WILL SHOW PICTURES TOMMORROW, started this before I knew how to post a building log, Sorry about that but plenty more to go especially the RESIN DECORATIONS. Don
 

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Hi Don,
its great to see you figured out how to post the images. I know Geoff helped you a lot with your photos and attachments, and we all will miss him dearly.

Brian.
 

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Progress pictures sowing stern decorations, and side decorations, have maybe 3 more weeks on this one it WAS A REALLY GOOD KIT AND FUN BUILD, learned a lot

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progress pictures of the Stanyjacht from Dusek, have not posted on this for awhile doing work on the Blanford frames, but bringing this build up to date ,,,,the only other question is to rig or not to(room, and dislike to do rigging)

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She is getting more and more a beauty. Me personally I like the vessels also without masts and rigging, because I have to tell the truth - I do not like rigging works as well.......Maybe it is a solution to install a stump of the masts......but this is a question of taste......
and maybe also an argument pro and contra would be for me the quality of material like the lines, blocks etc. which are included in the original kit.....and are the available drawings and belaying plan good enough to make a correct and complete rigging......just some thoughts
 
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