Paul has provided us a gallery of pictures of his 1/33 scale P-47-D-11. This model is all made out of paper and is a stunning example of a large scale model made out of that medium. Please click the picture to link you to the gallery. Thanks Paul for sending this in and don't be such a stranger!
CASM is currently hosting their
first ever Facebook Photo Contest.
Enter as many models/photos as you want
- Photos must keep within Facebook Policy (no nudie models, guys!)
Photo must be of a model YOU built
The photo with the most likes from modelers wins
Likes on entries with multiple photos will be totaled using a unique count
Message me your photo via Facebook -or-
Email photos to me at email@example.com
The winner will be announced at the February meeting
Website 'Contact Us'
Noel Lawson is featured in an article in our local newspaper. He discusses his hobby of painting figures. Please follow the link and read the article: http://www.501lifemag.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2476&Itemid=28
Steve found this great article about the DBb Sdkfz 8 12-Ton Half-Track. Click the picture to read more.
Click the picture to see the steps Rick used to make this cool vignette he has entitled "Holmes Meets Watson. It has great detail and some very nice touches that are worthy of a view.
The Scratching Post
The Scratching Post is the newsletter for the Central Arkansas Scale Modelers, the Black Cats, and is written by modelers to promote and expand the modeling hobby. Our goal is to develop an e-zine in which modeling activities in the central Arkansas area are shared but, also, topics germane to the modeling hobby are discussed. We have selected a blog format so that the publication is interactive and can be accessed daily. We desire contributions from modelers all over the world so we can cover topics that are often not covered in other publications. Most of all, we would like the blog to be informative and fun! Please post comments and submit articles for our publication.
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