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    Quote Originally Posted by PJs View Post
    Beautiful work on the ships, Dave! Even if it is a kit (monster kit at that) the details are breathtaking! That deck is gorgeous. Would love to see a bit bigger pics to get more of the detail. I try to use 800x600px when I post but Jon can give you better tips.

    Much appreciate your skills and patience on builds like those!! Thanks for sharing with us.

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    PJ, Thanks. I'll try to work on my posting skills. I'm much better with tools than a smartphone and computer. But this will give me a chance to learn new skills.

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    PJ, I hope these pics will be better. Not sure why but I was only able to download one pic. Been having problems with this for a few days now sometimes it works and sometimes it won't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myavid76 View Post
    PJ, I hope these pics will be better. Not sure why but I was only able to download one pic. Been having problems with this for a few days now sometimes it works and sometimes it won't.
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    Excellent, Much Better! WowSir! Did you carve all that relief in the trim? Goodness!

    I and a few others have been experiencing upload issues. I found by using the "basic" loader at the lower right of the popup you can get them to go but you have to do one at a time. Firefox? Jon is trying to ferret it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJs View Post
    Excellent, Much Better! WowSir! Did you carve all that relief in the trim? Goodness!

    I and a few others have been experiencing upload issues. I found by using the "basic" loader at the lower right of the popup you can get them to go but you have to do one at a time. Firefox? Jon is trying to ferret it out.

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    PJ, I'll try that next. I'm using Chrome. As for the carving, they are supplied with the kit, they are flat pieces so some of them needed to be formed to fit.



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