It may seem that things have gone quiet here in Yorkshire, but I can assure you that isn’t the case. Since the last update lots has gone one, not least this site has moved to it’s own new dedicated server. The new server should mean we go faster, not necessarily as quick as an Azuma, but faster than a Pacer. We also have lots more storage for photos – and will start adding these to the site soon, I promise!
Whilst no modelling has gone on, a lot has happened in WTH towers. I’m now in a position where the garage has been fully cleared out ready for the boards to come when it warms up a bit. Also in there are two desks I have repurposed for modelling. One of them is a breakfast bar which I have the option of standing at to use the airbrush. The other desk is more traditional, and has the biggest comfiest chair I could find, who wouldn’t want to model in maximum comfort?
Also now I can find things – I have shelves instead of piles! This doesn’t mean things are organised, they are just more visible, that is for stage 76!
Time to model?
Later this year it seems I will be travelling a lot more with work, that’s not all bad though. There are only so many things you can do in a Travelodge on the outskirts of a town, clearly building models and scenery is the most obvious! If it’s good enough for Rod Stewart it’s good enough for me (even if he does have a better hotel budget) This should mean scenic work progresses quite quickly from May.
Weekend modelling sessions will consist of placing on the layout items I’ve created during the week. Fortunately I don’t have to fly anywhere so travelling with case containing a scalpel and glue should present no problems I hope. But knowing how rough I can be, an aluminium case is needed to keep all safe and sound!