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Hello all, Last time I tried this I didn't get too many responses and...even worse...I can't find the responses I did get! Well, live and learn. This time I'm gonna put the results in a folder on my computer's hard drive so I can't lose'em!! Now to what I'm asking about: Please offer your thoughts as to the model or models you would like to see as step-by-step e-books (one kit to a book, please). Your response matters. See scalepublications.freeyellow.com for current e-books. All ebooks will be ava
For those of you who don't know, the official survey conducted by IPMS/USA to determine membership's preference of judging systems at the nationals is in. The results are 238 For G/S/B and 236 for 1/2/3. To say the least, this comes as a surprise to me. Not so much that GSB won, but that the vote was so close. I was anticipating 1,2,3 winning, but as they say, the membership has spoken! The preference for GSB probably won't generate significant change right off the bat, but it will certainly cause a LOT of talk by the NCC and the E-board and will go on record as the most accurate survey e
Attention all IPMS/USA members. Find below the official survey of the membership to ascertain preference of judging systems. THIS IS A SURVEY TO SUPPLY CURRENT INFORMATION TO THE E-BOARD, NOT A PROPOSAL. There is NO effort I am aware of to change the way IPMS/USA judges our contest. This notice is to educate, inform, and promote discussion by the membership. As part of the survey, we have provided descriptions of both GSB and 123 systems that will be included in the April/May issue with the survey card. Voting will take place via a survey card in the April/May 2019 issue of "The Journal"
In order to find the best direction for my Modelbuilding Guide E-book series, I need some input. Specifically, what would y'all like to see in the way of step-by-step single subject e-books along the lines of my recent Williams Bros C-46 and upcoming Kinetic E-2C 2000. Primary interest: Preferred scale: Classic kits with aftermarket upgrades: Latest & Greatest Specific kit of interest: Other comments: To see what I've already covered, please see scalepublications.freeyellow.com