As mentioned at the last meeting, we are providing a spreadsheet for members to list items they have for sale. Access will be restricted to club members by means of a password which you’ll be getting in an email in the next day or two.
I’ve tried to make it self-explanatory, but if you have any questions or problems, send an email to the webmaster and we’ll get you straightened out.
The page with the list is here, or you can get to it from the navigation bar by selecting ‘For Sale’ under the ‘About’ menu.
Follow-up: Rick Cotton is looking for 1/72 decals for a Korean War F-86. Normally this should go on the For Sale list (hint, hint) but since he needs them ASAP, I’m announcing it here. Contact him directly.
Please do not bring items to the meetings with the intention to sell them. This is against Harris County Precinct 3 rules.
I’d somehow missed posting two items from a week ago. First is Rick Cotton’s Scalefest 2016 Report, which was held on June 4. (There were photos attached to the email version of this article, which will be posted on the Galleries page under Richard Kern’s name.) We also have Good Old Models from John Hunt on pros and cons of revisiting those kits that we built as kids.
Both are on the articles page, too.
Also, the latest newsletter from the Austin Scale Modelers Society is available on their website.
Our June meeting is Tuesday, June 14 at the Tracy Gee Community Center. In addition to a recap of the display at Houston Public Library, Vince Barrale and Mike Stucker will be presenting techniques for scenery and ground cover. Eaglequest and Comicpalooza are both coming up, so we’ll be talking about those events as well.
Rick Cotton has provided another article for us, which is located here and on the Articles page. Be advised that this one is a bit more. . . opinionated than usual. Remember that these are the views of one of our members, not necessarily the entire club. (And it’s Member of the Year, not Modeler of the Year, which is meant to include service to the club, not just skill in building.)
You probably already know about it, but if you’re looking to get out of town to some higher ground, head up to Grapevine for Scalefest on Saturday.
Or if you’re staying home, read the latest from Rick Cotton.
Our June meeting is Tuesday, June 14 at the Tracy Gee Community Center. Vince Barrale and Mike Stucker will be presenting techniques for ground cover.
Richard Kern has a report on the recent Rivercon in Shreveport.
Rick Cotton has an article on finding stuff on the curb.
Both are also on our Articles page.