Greetings from the high Seas

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Borchsenius, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. Borchsenius

    Borchsenius New Member

    I've been doing building model planes, tanks etc. as long as I can remember. And been playing Warhammer and Warhammer 40K for the last 20 years.

    One of my main problems is that I'm a maritime officer on a merchant ship on the high seas, and as such I can't just pop down to my local hobby store whenever I feel like building and painting a new model. But I do go model hunting whenever I'm in port:mrgreen:

    So I started building paper models a few weeks ago, found a 40K Rhino, build it and scraped it, started on a new one but the sides of the model got all curved and "slightly not straight" as my Philippino 3rd engineer would say, so I scraped that one as well - and now I'm here to get some ideer on how the real card builders do it.
  2. Macragge27

    Macragge27 New Member

    That's awesome! I stumbled onto this forum accidentally and never had any exposure to card models before. I imagine that in your situation they would be a godsend. Btw, is the rhino model that you mentioned 28mm scale?

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