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06-24-2015, 23:59
not sure what happened to the images

the slightly larger 1:84 scale is all Timber and took 2 years...i'm not in a hurry :)

the slightly smaller took two hours.

06-25-2015, 10:55
First of all welcome to the Anchorage Joe.
Secondly the ships look superb seen at any angle.
I'm sure that my shipmates will have any number of questions to throw at you, about that beauty.

06-25-2015, 11:32
Welcome to the Anchorage Joe! :salute:

Two beautiful ships for certain. I can view them fine on my PC, but they don't show on a tablet. I'd love to hear more about the 2 year build, with photos if you have them. :hatsoff:

John Paul
06-26-2015, 02:20
Welcome aboard, Joe!! :hatsoff:

That is truly an excellent model build!! :thumbsup:

Was it a Plank on Frame Model, or a solid hull?

Loki 13
06-26-2015, 11:27
:beer: Welcome aboard Joe. The ships look fantastic. :salute: Enjoy the game. :beer:

Comte de Brueys
06-26-2015, 14:52
Bonjour, Joe.

Welcome on board. :salute:

Nice wooden model and a great job with the HMS Victory.

06-27-2015, 00:21
Welcome to the Anchorage, Joe. Those are great looking models!

06-27-2015, 03:13
Welcome Joe, great rigging and paint job on the Victory, the 1/84 is just amazing. Is that an Artemesia model or other manufacturer..or scratch built!!?

Rafer J Larwood
06-27-2015, 04:51
Stunning model - how big are the movement cards to go with that?

Capn Duff
06-27-2015, 04:55
Welcome Joe, nicely rigged boats there.

06-27-2015, 09:07
What an opening salvo, Joe. :hatsoff:

Welcome aboard; we're glad you joined us. :salute:

As is customary, here is an invitation to our solo stuff. We've been getting back to it, and you are more than welcome to join our current campaign if you have time and interest: http://sailsofglory.org/forumdisplay.php?41-2015-Solo-Campaign

06-27-2015, 11:15
Stunning model - how big are the movement cards to go with that?

Very amusing Chris.:clap: