Shipmodeling and Blogging Withdrawls

Ship modeler and HSPMS member Clare Hess discussing dealing with ship modeling withdrawals and purchasing two new kits – one is a paper kit and the other is part 1 of a big, 6-part kit. Will he be starting both kits? With he be finishing either one???

Ship Modeler

After announcing my brief blog hiatus a little over a week ago, you might have noticed I’m still blogging. Well, it’s turned out that blogging is a good distraction from family health matters, so here I am writing again. In addition to needing to do a bit of blogging, I’m really finding myself going through some ship modeling withdrawals as well. Now, I don’t have a whole lot of time and space to be working on much, so I mostly think about ship modeling. But, I decided to go ahead and have the good folks at Ages of Sail send me a paper model kit.

Paper model kits require a minimum of tools, result in less mess than wooden ship models, and  the kits are very inexpensive. Perusing the Ages of Sail site was a fun distraction, but I finally settled on Shipyard’s paper kit number MK010, the Dutch fluit Schwartzer Rabe

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