Greetings from Florida!

Discussion in 'Zealot Archives' started by DinoMike, Dec 2, 2009.

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  1. DinoMike

    DinoMike New Member

    Happy to be here... if I only knew where I was. :D

    Nutcase Floridian with a brand-new workbench and a desire to FINALLY finish a paper model. Certainly helps to have a set workspace, and not have to pack everything up each time I pause a project.
  2. ekuth

    ekuth Active Member


    Finish a paper model?
    You're in the wrong place for that... :mrgreen:

    Addictive little hobby.

    Take a look around, feel free to ask questions, and post your builds! :thumb:
  3. Padre

    Padre Member

    Dang, I gotta build going on now I gotta get back to..................I have some lonely models sitting on the shelf looking at me wondering when I am going to get back to them, and I got a lot on the computer and in my drawer waiting for me to start............

    Do little time, so many things to do, so many decisions to be made..............yes, no, this one, that one, finish...start.......ARRRRRRGGGGGHHHHHHH~!!!!!!
  4. DinoMike

    DinoMike New Member

    I think I have a better chance of doing that before I finish one of the 250+ plastic and resin kits in my stash. :eek: (No joke on the number. I counted.) wall1
  5. ekuth

    ekuth Active Member

    LOL. I used to build plastic until the price got beyond belief. Then I discovered paper, and I haven't went back.

    *eyes his stack of ERTL Federation starships that want building*
  6. Retired_for_now

    Retired_for_now New Guy

    Welcome - start with something easy to get that "completion rush" and off you go!

    Yogi (I'm always ready for "easy")
  7. DinoMike

    DinoMike New Member

    Yup, got a free model of a Mercury Redstone rocket to start off with. Might be a better idea than the 2001 Discovery model.... :D
  8. Retired_for_now

    Retired_for_now New Guy

    Yup - the Redstone might be a tiny bit quicker build (same rush though).
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