I have to announce a winner in our contest and I will. The fact is it’s almost an impossible task. Every entry is worthy but If I just say everyone wins, well that kind of waters down the value of a compitition, (is compitition appropriate in an art form ?) (I’m not sure it is..) So here’s what were going to do.
Evereyone who entered will have a new kit named in their honor. (You will all be asked what kind of kit that should be) Each one of you will also recieve That kit in advance of it’s official release (in any scale you request) I will reproduce your entry as a kit if you wish. Otherwise one of the many kits that are now in development will be renamed in your honor.
With that said there is a “Grand winner” That not only showed great use of our materials but excellent craftsmanship and a considerable amount of paper engineering.
The winner is………………………………………..Jim Gore for his “Diamond bar”
Once again I have to be clear how hard this decision was to make. My brother and I both felt that all of the models are fantastic. The sheer creativity of Larry Bradstreets “Slippery Oil” and Wes Morland’s “Miller welding”, The excellent charecter and depth defying effectivness of Marc Whitten and Lyn Zelmers’ “Warehouse flats”
We are eternally thankful to have modelers like you as a part of the Clever model’s community.
Thom and Dave