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Gwyl Blaser

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  1. Small steel barquentine

    Nice work Bob! She looks great. Gwyl
  2. Small steel barquentine

    Nice work Bob. She is beautiful.
  3. RMS St Helena ex Northland Prince

    Rob, Nice looking practicum. I'm getting interested in these merchant ships. Gwyl
  4. Roberts Situation

    Although Bob is not a ship in bottle builder I think he has a lot to offer as his models are usually on the smaller size scale wise and the building techniques he uses can cross over to the SIB'ers on this site. I asked Bob to join quite some time ago for the reasons mentioned above. I'm glad he is here. I have learned a lot from him. Thanks Bob! Gwyl
  5. Deadeye Method

    Thanks John! Great tutorial on deadeyes and blocks.
  6. Greetings!

    Joe, This is fantastic miniature work. The weathering really brings these models to life. Have you thought of doing a build log of one of your builds. I would truly like to follow your work if you do. Again nice work. Gwyl
  7. U.S. Frigate Constitution, 1812

    This is quite the build Dave. Your exactness is paying off. Gwyl
  8. 103_3374.JPG

    Very nice!
  9. Beginner committed to learning

    Hi Alex and welcome to the group. There are lots of builders here with tremendous amount of knowledge and they are all willing to share. We hope to see some of your projects in the future! Gwyl
  10. Western River

    Nice work. Very clean details. Gwyl
  11. Ship In Bottle Books

    Thanks for posting this offer for the books. I am glad they all found a good home. Gwyl
  12. U.S. Frigate Constitution, 1812

    Hi Dave, With each update you post I am getting really exited to see this complete. It's one of those projects that I wish I could see the final product soon, but at the same time I hope is goes on for a long time because each update is full of so much instruction and an opportunity to learn. This is looking great! I am also excited to see your steps in completing this model. You mentioned you are using boxwood for some of these parts. Is that Castillo? What other woods are you using in this build? I am also curious as to what type of scroll saw and blade choice you use when cutting these frames. Gwyl
  13. Olympic 470 Sail Boat DSiemens

    I agree. This is looking nice. What did you make the mast out of? It looks like aluminum. I would hope this will end up as a prized item in someones future. Gwyl
  14. Ship In Bottle Books

    Hi Jesse, I am seeing 5 books that pertain to ships in bottles. I have all five and have learned much from each on of them. I would recommend any or all of these. I also have many of the other books that are geared toward general model building and if you are doing some extremely fine scale modeling these can be handy as well. I do not have the one to the left of Bill Lucas' Historical Bottled Ships. This book looks intriguing for more accurate scale models. Gwyl
  15. Ship In Bottle Books

    Hey Jesse, I know it is nice to spread these books as far as they can go, but I would think if there were a few that would help you out, I would email David at his email he listed above to see if they are available. Gwyl