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2014 June Show & Tell
July 18, 2014
Here are a selection of photos from our July show-and-tell:
John Nugent shared recent purchases of 1:350 scale ship kits
Joe Montes shows off his latest works (guess that includes the young-un’ too!)
Joe’s tiny SAS Jeep conversion
Joe Montes’ 1:72 6×6 Dodge truck
1:72 scale works in progress by Joe Montes
Close-up of Joe’s Sherman & M3
John Muldoon had an HO gauge Roundhouse railroad craftsman kit on display
Instructions to John Muldoon’s scale locomotive roundhouse was mostly text – old school!
“Gory” interior for Ed Rose’s Warhammer commission build – human computer.
More progress on Ed Rose’s huge resin ‘walker’ Warhammer piece
John Allen brought in an example of a 1:144 printed model (HP O-400)
Jim Hassler’s 1:72 P-26 ‘Peashooter’ made from a vintage Revell kit & a Starfighter Decals update set
Ken Patrick showed off a shiny vehicle from the ‘Speed Racer’ storyline – note the saws
Very cool “surfer” van finished by Ken Patrick
Ken shows his love of subs again with a Typhoon model
View of the meeting crowd during the business discussion
Polycrylic said to be a good clear coat
Reusable mold material heats in the microwave
Skip demos how to remove a part from the reusable mold material
Ken Patrick looks over Skip Paetz’s latest works
Overview of Skip’s show and tell items
Progress on Skip’s P-38 Anything Goes contest entry – looking very Star Wars!
Small scale Albatross was not Skip’s favorite building experience
Skip advised that Silly Putty used as a mask shouldn’t be allowed any warmth!
Wiley’s 1:48 Monogram B-25J was nearly finished
Wiley Williams’ depiction of a US-captured German 251 halftrack
‘Forever Glass’ sanding file recommended as a great tool by Wiley
Bob Bradford shows off his finished 1:72 Heller Vampire model
Closeup of Andrew’s Arizona model. Deck planking is noteworthy.
Andrew Payne shows off a couple of new projects: Arizona and an A-6 Intruder
Club meeting ’round table’ is actually ‘rectangular’
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