[WWI] SoD Cookup

Clarence Wentzel cewentzel at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 22 18:21:12 EDT 2020

Wow!! Great markings. I have an old Airfix pup in my stash.  I may have to dig it out.


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From: Eric Gallaud
Sent: Sunday, March 22, 2020 5:01 PM
To: wwi at wwi-models.org
Subject: Re: [WWI] SoD Cookup

Hello everyone,

Here is my on-going Sopwith Pup. The decals come from Blue Rider.

All the best,

Le 21/03/2020 à 05:42, Steven Perry a écrit :
> So are we going to do a Shelf of Doom Cookup? I have a likely victim 
> that has been sitting in it's box well started and still unfinished.
> How long do we need 1 month, or 2. I'm in favor of 2. Start date? End 
> Date?
> I'm thinking everyone participating should take a photo or two of the 
> project as it has stood on the SoD in addition to any progress and 
> completed shots they take.
> How do we decide who wins. Most votes by Listees?
> Who's going to handle the entries? Since I'm running off at the 
> keyboard, I'll volunteer to collect and collate the entries, photos 
> and write ups. HOWEVER, I will need advice and assistance in getting 
> them uploaded and visible to the List. I'm a computer unfriendly user, 
> but I can do the drudge work of getting the files prepared for upload.
> Once we decide the "Who wins" issue, what about a prize in addition to 
> bragging rights? Hoping it will encourage a few fence sitters to 
> participate, I will put up a WnW Biff with Brisfish decals and a CSM 
> British Gauges PE fret to go to the winner. Feel free to put up a kit 
> you are unlikely to build for second or third place.
> Also feel free to add any other points you think of or to criticize 
> the ones I have made.
> So if there is any interest in a SoD Cookup, let's get'er goin'.
> sp

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