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  1. At our Annual Show this year a Wood Ship Model was in entered in the Contest. What is stance or Rule for this since we are a "Plastic Model Society? Thanks Dan Bauer
  2. A kit I would love to see is the USS Alaska or USS Guam. In 1/200 or 1/350 scale. I've never seen either one in kit form.
  3. Hello from Oklahoma. I have been building models of all sorts for too many years to talk about. I have been heavy into Plastic Models for around 35 years. Mainly Military Aircraft and German Armor as well as a few Ships of various types. I love the hobby and most of the people I have met while attending local and national shows. I have been a member of IMPS for many years, but have not been on their website forums until now. Hello to all and I hope everyone enjoys a happy and healthy new year.
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    1/700 Tamiya Harusame

    I'm sure everyone has one or two kits that they've used to test various techniques, paints, solvents, etc. I picked up this little old kit in a huge lot I bought at a hobby shop that was going out of business. I -think- I may have paid two bucks for it. The good: - Hull shape was good - Major structures were OK - It was cheap - Molding was crisp The bad: - LOL @ the bridge windows being stickers - Turrents and other weapons (minus AA) - Masts were overscale and she at least had a dimple where the anchors should go The ugly: - Oh god. The AA. Oh god.
  5. I have completed and published a long interview with Mr. William Blackmore who is the founder, owner and shop labor of Cottage Industry Models. William is a long-time modeler and member of IPMS who has won a number of Nationals competitions and is known for going his own, unique way in the modeling world. He is the first, and probably only, person to have designed, built and created kits for the only accurate model of the Confederate submarine Hunley, both in small scale and large scale cut-away versions. On the opposite end of the spectrum from the large modeling companies, Cottage Indust
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