|View single post by Traingeekboy|
|Posted: Thu Aug 9th, 2018 09:41 pm||
I think the greatest problem with the whole internet store thing is that modeling materials and tools are always farther away.
Just went to ye old Ace hardware looking for a razor saw, but all they had was this hand "hobby saw".
Now that I have it at home I can see it is too cumbersome to use in this hobby.
Since the local hobby store was kicked out of their building and then moved, my trip is 8 miles, which for me is a bit much today;
no AC in the car and it's almost 90 degrees out.
As I mentioned before, Any experienced plastic builders who want to give me advice on marking and cutting that feel like chiming in?
I am not going to pretend I know what I am doing here.
Sure, I've tried to do some scratch building in the past, but plastic is not my friend.
I have destroyed a lot of plastic models whilst trying to "fix" them.
hee hee hee
Did I ever mention that I like trains?