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That looks fabulous; where did you get the graphics from?

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Thanks. Muchly appreciated.

I'm at work at the moment so I can't access the website but I'll post the link to the graphics when I get home.


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Here you go iggie
http://titanic-ma.weebly.com/wall-panelling.html
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Oh wow, great use of those graphics Dollar.

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Superb link; thank you Dollar, those are going to get an outing at 1/400 when I get around to tackling my Titanic

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I'm thrilled to be able to help. You will probably have to do some resizing to get them into 1/400.


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I hate to drop this here like this but there really is no other way. I had a work related accident a few days ago that neccesited the amputation of part of my left index finger. I'm not sure yet how much is gone because it's still in bandaging. I'll get to see it on Wednesday when I go back to see the surgeon for a follow up.

Needless to say I'll have to dry dock the Titanic for the time being. But hopefully not for long. I hope you fellas will hang around for her return to the board but for the time being we will both be laid up.

I will be watching what you guys are up to and cheering you on though.

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Jeez Greg, that's not good news. I hope the damage is as minimal as possible and that it has no detriment to any part of your life; work or play. Will be watching out for your return to the bench sometime soon I trust

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Not the same thing obviously but I broke my index finger some years back. While healing, I found my thumb and the remaining fingers adapted quite well. I hope it goes well for you.

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Bloody ouch, Greg, not good at all. Here's wishing you a speedy recovery and I hope you regain a goodly amount of dexterity.

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