- Jun 30, 2010
- Reaction score
Ordered one, should arrive tomorrow, I'll write a full write-up about it
Thank you You know, you are the *first* person to comment on the new cover art packagingOriginally posted by Karl
Jim, it looks FANTASTIC!
The design, packaging, everything , 10/10!
I will update this thread as the build goes on
I am sure you meant to say he was the first person on this forum to comment on it . .Originally posted by jflis
Thank you You know, you are the *first* person to comment on the new cover art packaging
nya, nya, NYA nya nya! *meet* him? Heck, i'll be spending the afternoon with him. His book signing table is right along side my booth (they did this on purpose to get rockets close to him ) They even felt the need to *ask* me if that would be ok... LOLOriginally posted by n3tjm
I am sure you meant to say he was the first person on this forum to comment on it . .
Sorry; just giving you a hard time....
Guess I am jelous... you get to meet Jay Apt Wednesday !!!
I used Fix-It Epoxy clay (available from Apogee or directly from Fix-It) for this. It worked really well.Originally posted by ShmuelGoldstein
Didn't have modeler's putty, so used (please don't cringe) a combination of glue, water, and tissue to fill in the gaps in the external areas of the motor mounts. Looked real ugly when dry. Kids, do not do this at home.
Shudder! I own one of those original kits! LOL! #11Originally posted by jflis
As for having to make your own rings, fret not... The first couple of hundred kits we *sold* only came with a pattern and a sheet of cardboard and you *had* to cut out your own rings. Feedback from customers convinced us to go with laser cut rings!
If that's the case, then she really should be called Deuce's Wildflower!Originally posted by Karl
Well shes finished, and painted in Dafodill yellow.