Me too. I like seeing it come together piece by piece. I enjoy posting every day as much as I think people like reading it. I like to look back to Spring and see how I struggle with the railings on the gun turrets and wondering "how the hell am I going to build the complicated stuff", but you do it one piece at a time. I reconstructed a four-masted sailing barque. It was originally built many years before from a very poor craftsman. He used tooth picks for the backstay spreaders and tin cans for the mast tops. He has shellaced all the rigging and it had all rotted off. I was comissioned to re-rig it. It turned out to be a completed reconstruction with the only original pieces being the masts and the hull. The rest was all scratchbuilt. I got a nice commission for it and it is in the board room of a Philadelphia-area yacht club. I didn't have the camera or the internet and didn't capture all the steps I went through. When you look at the finished model it is amazing to imagine how did you rig that. You just do it one string at a time until you're finished.
And I don't inject anything to manage shaky hands, I just find ways to support the wrists and fingers to manage the vibrations.