Articles and reviews by Josef Fuchs, Bill Geoghegan, Rich Marsh, Mike Stamper and Jeff Sissons
This section contains initial reviews of models that dealers have available or that designers have recently released. Not all models are new; some are re-releases, and some are models a dealer is carrying for the first time. Most models have been sent in by the dealers/designers listed at the bottom of the column for review. Some are models that reviewers have purchased for their own collections. All models will be available from one of the dealers listed at the bottom of the page. This column will be limited in scope until the regular author returns from sick leave.
These reviews show the construction of card models step by step. They include descriptions of the construction process with pictures showing the steps. They also include pictures showing the completed model.
Mercedes-Benz 500K in 1:10 Scale (Part 2) by Jeff
ABC Magazine's "Generic" Castle in ~1:150 scale by Mike Stamper
Micromodels USA: Bringing New Micromodels to Life by Matthew Sparks
Project "Paper to Metal" 1:25 scale sIG-33 Conversion (Part 1) by Josef Fuchs
World Names for Card Models by Miles Linnabery
Miles has been good enough to compile a list of words and phrases for "card model" and "card modeling" in several different languages. The intent is to help modelers in their never-ending Web search for new card models and information on card modeling. This is a work in progress, and information on languages not covered, additional words and phrases in the languages already listed, and corrections would be gratefully appreciated. Please send your contributions to Miles Linnabery, to the acting editor (Bill Geoghegan), or to the Cardmodelers Mailing List at email@example.com.
Updates will be posted in future issues of Card Modelers Online.
These reviews concentrate on completed card models through photos, brief descriptions, construction tips and overall impressions.
GPM's Bristol Blenheim in 1:33 Scale by Josef Fuchs
Help keep the magazine ad and subscription free by Saul Jacobs
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Go to this page and buy one of the models listed there. These models have been purchased for use and to support this magazine. Moneys used from the purchase of these models will be used to purchase further models for review. This page will change as new models come in so you might want to periodically check it.
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