[WWI] The new Unofficial Wingnut Wings Forum

Andy Bannister a.bann at ntlworld.com
Mon Aug 29 07:28:39 EDT 2011

Geez. Are we prostrating ourselves in front of the WNW altar now?! There
are already plenty of mutual admiration societies, err... I mean
modelling forums, where members can bask in the glory of their creations
without having one just for WNW models. If they really want to
acknowledge contributions to WWI modelling, how about an Eduard, Airfix
or Aurora forum? Or maybe just a WWI forum? Oh wait, we already have

Andy the cynic

-----Original Message-----
From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On
Behalf Of albatrosdiii at surewest.net
Sent: 29 August 2011 05:42
To: World War I Modeling Mailing List
Subject: [WWI] The new Unofficial Wingnut Wings Forum

I am passing this along to you all.  For only being a few days old, it
is pretty nice. Check it out. ~Rick~
I am announcing a new internet modeling forum devoted entirely to
Wingnut Wings. This is a privately owned and managed forum and has no
association with, nor is it endorsed by, Wingnut Wings, Ltd. I love WWI
modeling and respect what Wingnut Wings has done for this segment of the
modeling community, hence, I decided to offer a place where conversation
and information about them could be focused.

I call it the "Unofficial Wingnut Wings Forum". I have structured it to
focus on Wingnut Wings (WnW) activities, kits, accessories and the
aircraft modeled by those kits. There are also discussion boards for
general WWI aircraft model construction techniques, painting and
schemes, decals, rigging, etc. that would be of value to modeling any
WWI, or similar aircraft. I have also included a general WWI Aviation
board for discussion of people, squadrons and Jastas, historical
questions and discussions.

This forum is focused on discussions conducted in a courteous and adult
manner. I welcome all who are interested and hope it proves to be fun
and informative.

To visit and/or register, please go to:


Michael - Owner and Admin

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