Yes indeed. I still have a coupon from PP - he does do good deals with those coupons. Last mini convention I had my friend look for one for me, but, he didn't have any with him. Of note, you could just get the 'gun' part of the car parked on Paper Terrain tracks for some games, might even be a Martian objective... More on that next time. Thinking of a new scenario. Scott - pleeeeeaaaassse do the trains and monitor! ;-)
Paper models of armored trains should be relatively easy. The shapes are relatively simple from the geometry standpoint. Paint jobs tended to be rudimentary. And they don't have to "run" on the "track." They can just be slid along the "track." Because the armor skirts usually reach almost to the top of the rails, covering the wheels and trucks, no running gear is needed. This greatly simplifies the models.
The real question is how saleable they are. Is there enough interest to make it worth Mr Washburn's time and materials? They are a special interest item and not everyone wants one.
Post by scottwashburn on Dec 18, 2019 15:43:52 GMT
Time has always been the key factor in my producing new products Between my full-time job, PaperTerrain, and writing novels, my time is pretty limited. OTOH, I've always been more inclined to find the time to make models that I will use myself And, retirement from my full-time job is not as far off as it used to be. We shall have to see what the future brings.
Retirement does give you a lot of time. But, even with the best planning, funds are not always as you'd like. Also, retirement gives way too much time to reflect on your mistakes - so, gaming is the answer to that one!