Discussion in 'Competitions' started by Horus, Jul 9, 2005.
no neat enough...my eye still bad when deal with small thing
Marcus : do u recieve my email?
Very cool Nobi. Marcus and Nobi, thanks for the replies.
Thanks, Marcus...I found the links are working better now.
I appreciate your fixing whatever needed to be fixed.
Now I just have to register for the contest...I've started another kit to get my feet wet in the airplane modeling end of things. I'm looking forward to trying one of the models you have on the site, they look brilliant!
And nice build there, Nobi! If you look at my build of the Pzl P-7a, you are leaps and bounds over what I'm sticking together! :lol:
Take care, all!
I've been playing with php again. I've added a TOP 10 list and a recent releases section to the homepage, so, MySQL willing it should reveal three new products. One is the rarely modelled Sopwith Scooter for those into esoterica.
Two of them are CD compilations of the kits from Digital Card Models.
For a limited time you can get the CD's for a song.
...........Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty or more
The Bloody Red Baron was rollin' up the score
Eighty men died tryin' to end that spree
Of the Bloody Red Baron of Germany
In the nick of time, a hero arose
A funny-looking dog with a big black nose
He flew into the sky to seek revenge
But the Baron shot him down - "Curses, foiled again!"
- the royal guardsmen
(well, its a song :lol: ) If you heard me sing it, ya'll would chip in just to shut me up lol, my "melodic stylings" have been known to bring tears to ppls eyes hahahahahahaha.
Sorry just had to jump on this one, carry on.
Greg aka GW
Last time I heard that song was 25 years ago . . . on a record (one of those black round things with a hole in the middle.)
Thanks Marcus, the competition was very enjoyable last year and I am sure it will be more enjoyable this year! I can recommend it to everyone, including newbies!
Hi Shaun and all,
Now the fun has really started. I received the first entry this morning, and the pics are already up on the site. Three model kits are winging their way through the Aether to Brian Williams as I write.
I hope to get as many entries as last year, so folks, help me out and send me your efforts. If you can't get digital pics but can get traditional photographs, then please contact me off list for my mailing address.
Hang on Marcus.........I just finished building my entry and have the pictures to take.
Get it to you soon.
Yeah like John said, hang on, I just finished printing my entry out and will begin cutting momentarily.
Have a good day,
Greg aka GW
No rush guys,
it's just that a couple of folks have asked to have proper real photos taken into account for the competition.
2nd entry about to be posted.
I have mine cut out and started. Sorry no picturs yet. :0
Ok, well I know we arent sposed to post pics of our models on other websites if I have read the rules right, but................... I just finished printing mine off and cutting it out. And, I know its not much to look at, kinda plain but I took a free model and with a little patience, alot of work, and several mess ups, I recolored it to produce a copy of this plane seen below. (Isnt this a tricky, yet legal, way of showing what I am building? lol)
So, My version of this plane will be my entry.
Have a good day,
Greg aka GW
The field is hotting up now. Six entries are posted on the competition pages. Take a peek.
By next week, there will be a facility for visitors to voice their thoughts and vote for their favourites.
I can't believe it's not plastic!
Another pack of our commercial models is winging it's way free of charge to our latest entrant to the Paperwarbirds competition.
Tom Mitchell receives a package worth nearly twenty dollars containing a SPAD VII in 1/32 scale from Digital Card Models, a super detailed Fokker Dr1 in 1/33 scale from Wings of Horus and a 1/48 scale Fiat G55 from Thaipaperwork.
Come and see his model on our competition pages.
I hope you enjoy it and the other entries as much as I have.
Hi again folks.
We received more entries today, bringing the total now to ten.
Donald Kenske and Michael Homrighaus each receive our entrants bundle of kits. The competition hpage has been updated and now loads much more quickly. Many thanks for Peter Henderson for solving a technical issue on the pages, allowing it to load about twenty times faster than yestererday.
This brings the total giveaway to just under $200.
Take a peek, offer encouragement and please enter if you can.
Correction to my previous post: NOBI's Centaur is 1/72 scale.
I just wanted to announce my competition entry. If I read the fine print correctly then the competiton is now closed so that means my entry will remain at the very bottom of the page. (It's the F2G Corsair)
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