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JesseLee last won the day on December 25 2017

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  1. JesseLee

    HMS Ramillies, 74

    Wow! This is really looking great! Jesse
  2. JesseLee


    Welcome tunatuna. This is a great group of people to be part of. Hope you plan on doing a build log when you start. Jesse
  3. JesseLee

    Permission to come aboard!

    Welcome Lou! You will find this a very friendly and helpful group. Jesse
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    I'd like to know that too. In the past I have done a lot of Google searches on Images. The problem is you cant really tell if the sizes are right until you print them and most of the time they aren't. Jesse
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    it will look good no matter which way you go. Most SIBs are done with sails. There is something majestic about seeing a tall ship in full sail, especially in a bottle but it is also nice to see something different from the norm. The choice is yours. Jesse
  6. JesseLee

    Permission to come aboard?

    Welcome Jeff, glad you re-found us! Jesse
  7. JesseLee

    Started build no.2

    Wow! I would never be able to carve something that small! Jesse
  8. I love how your sea actually looks like water. I'm not sure if we have the same kind of product here in the states - I haven't seen any. Anybody in the US know where I can get something like Igor uses for his sea? Jesse
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    Welcome Miro!
  10. JesseLee

    Ahoy shipmates!

    Welcome James! Jesse
  11. JesseLee

    Ship in Bottle Club

    I like that one Jeff
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    Ship in Bottle Club

  14. JesseLee

    Newly addicted

    Welcome Spanky! Jesse
  15. JesseLee

    Hello from AZ

    Welcome Rob. Have you tried anything yet? Is the bottle mouth open so you can stick anything in there? I would try a long wire/stick, something with cotton or cloth of some kind attached to the end of it, but very small. Think of the end of a cotton swab. Try dabbing the end with alcohol and try to wipe it clean. If the stain is dried on it might take multiple tries. Just don't have the scrubbing end wet enough that access liquid runs off into the bottle onto the sea and ship. You can try acetone also if the alcohol doesn't work but take the same precautions. Make very sure this can air out really good. You don't want solvent or fumes trapped in there causing more problems later. (Maybe stand the bottle up after making sure it is dry inside so the fumes will evaporate straight up? Maybe some others who know more about this will chime in here) Jesse