This material may be redistributed for non-commercial use without explicit permission of the author(s) as long as the text is used exactly as is (except for reformatting) and the author is given full written credit for the material.Hobby retailers may display this information as a consumer guide, but may not sell it.(DRW) PKHM == Peter Mispelkamp ([email protected]) Peter is another helpful fellow.
(DRW)ME == Michael Emmerich ([email protected]) Michael is a net.friend of long standing.
He is a pragmatic modeller, and quite fond of scratchbuilding and conversions.
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There is no advertising, and it is available to modellers for free. Our goal is to improve the hobby of ship modelling, by making it easier to select good kits, and to provide information on how to fix some of the problematical ones.
) but here are the release dates on some past versions. Datta ([email protected]) Rajen is a fellow escapee from Bell Labs.
We started the list over pizza and root beer while we were still both employed there.Peter also deserves credit for persuading WEM to produce an aircraft set for the Revell 1/720 Graf Zeppelin kit. Peeler ([email protected]) Jodie Peeler never fails to impress.Her knowledge of liners and aircraft carriers (especially Essex class) is truly amazing, but don't think she's limited to just those.This will benefit modellers as well, by getting more good kits into the hobby shops.Because this is a non-commercial site, we cannot accept reviews from kit manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers, or importers.He was the first to add reviews of Japanese 1/700 kits. He has high standards, and from the pictures I've seen on the net, he produces excellent work. (DRW) WLM == Bill Michaels ([email protected]) Bill is our resident expert on US Coast Guard subjects, and also very well versed on the subject of sailing ships.