Gordon Geiger’s chain-mailed knight from a Verlinden resin kit.
Gordon Geiger’s demon figure. Pretty scary! White metal on a custom base, very impressive work.
Gordon Geiger, left, described his figure modeling and painting techniques.
A Moebius re-pop of Aurora’s 1:6 scale “Dr. Jekyll as Mr. Hyde” figure assembled and painted by Brian Nerino.
An F-16 by Brian Nerino from the Italeri 1:48 scale kit.
Brian Nerino’s Hasegawa 1:48 scale F-16 rides proudly on its plastic display base.
Ed Rose’s converted wargaming figure enhanced with an new torso sculpted from epoxy putty.
Ed Rose showed off his painting skills with this unconverted armored fighting figure from the Warhammer universe.
Another of Ed Rose’s converted Warhammer gaming figures using the same base kit.
Mike Schine’s now finished 1:72 Wildcat.
Mike Schine’s 1:72 Hellcat.
Bill Wesley’s 1:48 Prowler from the Monogram kit in his old USMC squadron’s markings.
Also, neither is the Wildcat. We’ll have to find out who built these two fabulous models to properly credit their work.
The Grumman Hellcat featured in February’s club website pics is not mine. I don’t know who built it, but it looks better than the one I built.
Sorry about that. I have corrected the caption (I hope). Apologies….
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