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Choosing A Subject to Model

November 08, 2007



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 taxus812
Windsor CT
Posted:September 15th, 2014
1.15 PM
I would like to thank you for sharing your background and approach to choosing a subject to model. I recently took up the venture of building my first model from a kit (as an adult). I thought a while on what type of aircraft I wanted to build. Once selected I had fun building a back story for the model with my kids and putting together a color scheme to support the back story.( I also thought people might think it was a bit odd putting all that fluff into a simple sport model biplane.). Your article gives me confidence that I am on the right track.
I have been pouring over the entire site gleaning LOADS of information that I hope I can then apply to my build.
Thank You
 Andy
Hong Kong (ex New Zealand)
Posted:April 14th, 2004
4.26 AM
I admire your holistic approach to modelling. The result is that you end up a "total" that is greater than the "sum of the parts". It is a refreshing approach in a materialistic, "time is money" environment.
Regards
Andy
 
 

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