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Saturday, September 01, 2018

BULLETIN: SEPTEMBER 2018


BPMS Bulletin

by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny

August meeting was Pizza Night, so we had members coming out of the woodwork! We had 25 members and no guests who brought in 26 models mostly for the contest.

August Meeting

PIZZA NIGHT: Possibly one of the all-time favorite BPMS annual activities. PIZZA! The group made quick work of the stacks of Brooklyn style. Your humble narrator couldn’t have been more proud!

NEW MEMBER: Brooklyn native, and ship modeler,  Michael Tricarico came to three meetings and showed us some his work so we voted him in! Welcome to the fold!

CONTEST NIGHT – 3Q17: So the third installment of the BPMS contest is in the books. There were some exquisite models on the tables so the members had a tough job voting.

RIVETS THEME CONTEST: With 1946 in the history books we can look forward to the December theme contest: RIVETS! Find contest details HERE. Sponsored by Russ Holcomb and Tom Knoll.

raffle: We had another fun raffle this month. We’ll likely have another for August.
On the agenda: SEPTEMBER

GREEN MODEL NIGHT: This is a Green theme night. Not a contest. Just a display. We invite everyone to bring in a model that is at least partially GREEN  to show and discuss.

Holiday Dinner: Yeah, yeah. It’s only September, but we only have a couple meetings before December. We should sit down and discuss options while it’s early.

2018 Model Pledge: April was the deadline; it’s now time to get to work! Please have your pledge finished for OCTOBER 2018, for a display. After October you may bring back your pledge for the November meeting for the last contest of the year. For your efforts you get an additional FIVE Super Raffle tickets for completing your pledge! Sweet! Easy enough!

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You can find meeting pics either at the BPMS Facebook Page!
  
A Report from Phoenix
By Kevin Kilkenny

As usual it was a great show from the Phoenix guys. The hotel was right across the street from the convention center which vastly expanded since the last time (this is my 3 trip to the Phoenix Nats).  To make things even more convenient, there was a train to the light rail, which drops you off less than a block from the hotel - all for less than $5.

There are images all over the 'Net, so you can look here for the gallery -

A copy of the award's Presentation is here - http://svsm.org/gallery/phoenix2018-awards

Going by the numbers, here are the preliminaries:
  • Contest Entrants: 424.
  • Models grand total: 3,523.
  • Models in competition: 2,723.
 Display 800 (including one CA member who had a collection of 700 armor vehicles).
  • -Jr 70.
  • -Aircraft 670.
  • -Military Vehicles 501.
  • -Ship 143.
  • -Dio 169.
  • -Misc 508.
  • -Auto 257.
  • -Space Sci-fi 168.
  • -Figures 237.
I brought two models. I had chosen carefully, for fear that the baggage handlers and/or the TSA would damage the models en route. In the end I chose the Huygens lander (as it was to be featured in a seminar), and a one piece dinosaur vignette.  The Huygens didn't score an award, but Fine Scale Modeler photographed it. Maybe we'll see it in print. The dinosaur did snag a 2nd in category 800... Dinosaurs. That was my first Nationals win. ;)

I didn't attend any of the side trips (Pima, and Orbital). There was a lot of good seminars, but trying to keep wifey happy at the same time, I did miss some that I wanted to see.

There was a good one of scratching building a McQuarrie style Y Wing.He covered building the internal support, and a bit on vac forming some parts.

Dem Brudders did a cool (and typically humorous) seminar on transporting and displaying your Models. It got me mad (not really) in that some of their techniques were so simple by using cardboard and some foam.

There was another seminar show and telling ways of keeping track of your models. From Excel thru Access, he ended up at software specifically designed for models from Suisoft. This one is pretty comprehensive and includes the ability to add images. I need some tracking ability, so I have to decide to just use Excel or go for the $44 and get Suisoft ...

Last but not least, I was part of the Real Space Modelers seminar. I talked about building my Huygens Lander and my partner Rob Schorry talked about 3D printing parts for real space models. At the end of the talk Rob announced a new kit by Real Space Models (designs by him) of the first US satellites - Explorer 1 and Vanguard in 1/24 scale. They are tiny, but in scale with the rest of what's generally accepted scale for unmanned satellites. The Real Space Modelers seminar also acts as a reunion for the members of the Yahoo group of the same name.

The Vendor room looked a little sparse until it was pointed out that the aisles were extra wide. I read somewhere (prolly on the IPMS USA site) that all the vendors went home happy. It is also a good time to meet up with some old friends.  I did get to meet up with a fellow I meet on SSM, whose alias is AZ Rhino. Mike had his own little venture now, Rhino's Tools and Models. I got a very nice Ma.K kit from him. His tables also hosted Andy from Andy's Hobby HQ, (You Tube channel and store in Glendale, AZ). A double strike out there, in that I missed the meet and greet, AND visiting his store. He builds mostly armor, but he's entertaining to watch. Look him up.

As usual, Rare Plane Detective was there and amongst his stash for sale was a number of Anigrand, and Fantastic Plastic kits. RPD sells collections and other kits gotten from estates etc... I looked and waited, and of course missed a few Anigrand kits I wanted. But I did manage to snag FP's Caprica's Viper.

The extra curricular around Phoenix was that I did get to see my first haboob. On top of the Hyatt Regency is a restaurant that revolves slowly to give diners a view of the city. At one point *everyone's* emergency alert on their phones went off at the same time declaring a haboob was coming. We revolved into the right spot to catch it coming up from the south -

There were plenty of places to eat within a few blocks of the hotel, including 4 places in the hotel and 2 in the convention hall. While I didn't get to Alice Cooperstown, I did hit the Hard Rock ...

Was a nice time, and I can't wait for Chattanooga next year.
~KK


Meeting date:
September 21, 2018
Same time,
Same place!

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

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Friday, August 10, 2018

BULLETIN: AUGUST 2018

BPMS Bulletin
by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny 

JULY meeting brought out a healthy number of members despite being fine summer weather. We had 23 members and two guests who brought in 23 models.

July Meeting 

BASIC SKILLS – SEAM FILLING: One of the most basic skills in the hobby would be seam filling. However each of us has a different way to approach this challenge. Frank and your humble narrator discussed some of our favorite methods while being assisted by several members with additional ideas to contribute. 

RIVETS THEME CONTEST: With 1946 in the history books we can look forward to the December theme contest: RIVETS! Find contest details HERE. Sponsored by Russ Holcomb and Tom Knoll. 

Raffle: We had another fun raffle this month. We’ll likely have another for August.

On the agenda: AUGUST 

PIZZA NIGHT: Possibly one of the top favorite BPMS annual activities. PIZZA! Just be paid up to date on your dues and you can eat all you like. We ask members to please avoid bringing guests for this meeting. 

CONTEST NIGHT – 3Q18: The year is just moving along. It’s time for the third installment of the quarterly contest. This would be a good time to rack up some more votes for your annual totals. Remember, if you built something for the theme contest that has never been to a quarterly contest before, feel free to bring it back! 

Meeting Date:
August 17, 2018

Same Time,
Same Place!

Monday, July 09, 2018

BULLETIN: JULY 2018

BPMS
Bulletin
by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny 

JUNE was a big meeting. The theme contest and BBQ had people showing up for sure!. We had 28 members and 2 guests who brought in 34 models, mostly for the theme contest. 

June Meeting

 
BBQ Night: What’s summertime without a BBQ? We held our annual BBQ and it went well. Thanks to all the guys who supplied the shindig and the gents who worked the grill. Great job!
The June 2018 Theme
World WAR II: 1946: The theme was finally upon us! All you needed to build was something that might’ve been used if the war continued. We had a lot of nice work on the tables, and the winners were as follows:
  • Gold: Peter Kilkenny Panzer VII
  • Silver: Frank Colucci Me-262 Recon
  • Bronze: Bobby Pokorny E-50
HM: 
  • Joe Bergman At Rest & Looking
  • Don Illjes Me-262 H/G
  • Mark Mullen FW TA 183A
  • Ed Johnson F8F
  • Tom Govia V-1 Decoy
Special Awards:
  • What if you finished it? Ray Keegan, UFO
  • You have some imagination: Angelo Takos, Zero
  • What were they thinking? : Angelo Takos, Sd-Kfz 173
  • Heavy Weight: Russ Holcomb, T28
  • It came from space: Frank Colucci, V-2
  • Outrageous: Kevin Kilkenny, Blohm & Voss P-170
  • German beyond 1946: Tim Greeman, Panzer 1946
  • Axis beyond 1946: Kevin Kilkenny, Me109 2/3
  • USA beyond 1946: Israel Alvarado, P-80
  • Allies beyond 1946: Kosta Lukyanov, BC-6
  • Axis beyond 1946: Kevin Kilkenny, Me109 2/3 
The quality of the work was top notch which made as judges’ job very difficult. A special thanks all the members who built for the theme and thanks to Jeff Eng and Gordon Cheung for sponsoring a fun theme for the group to build for! 

RIVETS THEME CONTEST: With 1946 in the history books we can look forward to the December theme contest: RIVETS! Find contest details HERE. Sponsored by Russ Holcomb and Tom Knoll. 

Raffle: We had another fun raffle this month. We’ll likely have another for July. 

On the agenda: JULY 
BASIC SKILLS – SEAM FILLING: One of the most basic skills in the hobby would be seam filling. However each of us has a different way to approach this challenge. Joe Barrett and your humble narrator will explore some of our favorite methods. If you have some ideas or pointers to add, feel free to do so! Perhaps prepare a couple words and join us!

 

Meeting Date:
July 20, 2018

Same time,
Same Place!

Monday, July 02, 2018

December 2018 Theme Contest: RIVETS!



RIVETS!
This December, think rivets, the ubiquitous fasteners you see on bridges, battleships and blue jeans. You also see them on almost every model kit. Early kits were famous for their rivets, the bigger the better. Now you can build that classic reissue without embarrassment. Or you can build a newer kit where the rivets are to scale. Entries can be any time period, any category, any scale [FYI: Judges may have difficulty counting rivets on a 1/700 scale destroyer]. And for you SOBs (Sons Of Brooklyn) in BPMS, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards will have a special place on your shelf. One last thing, the Frankenstein Monster had electrodes in his neck, not rivets. So stop screwing around, bolt the door and start building something with rivets.

Sponsors:
·        Tom Knoll
·        Russ Holcomb

Thursday, June 14, 2018

BULLETIN: JUNE 2018

BPMS Bulletin

by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny


May was a strong contest month with your humble narrator at the helm in the absence of Prez Joe and Veep Bob. We had 26 members and one guest who brought in 22 models. 

May Meeting 

CONTEST NIGHT-2Q18: We had an excellent assortment of models competing in all the categories. We had members tell us a few words about their models at the end of the meeting. 

PARTS BOX: I can’t say that I saw a whole lot parts action going on, but I did see some members with wide smiles after finding that missing part!

Raffle: We had another raffle with an assortment of prizes. The club is always looking for donations for these activities. 

On the agenda: JUNE 

JUNE THEME: It’s finally here! The WORLD WAR II: 1946 Theme Contest sponsored by Jeff Eng and Gordon Cheung is upon us. More details HERE

BBQ Night: Summer is here and so is the BPMS BBQ. All the components have been going up in price, so we’re looking at $10 per person to chow down. The club will provide hot dogs, burgers, salads and soft drinks. If you would like to donate anything for the meal, feel free to do so. Thanks in advance 

2017 Model Pledge: April was the deadline; it’s now time to get to work! Please have your pledge finished for OCTOBER 2017, for a display. After October you may bring back your pledge for the November meeting for the last contest of the year. For your efforts you get an additional FIVE Super Raffle tickets for completing your pledge! Sweet! Easy enough! This is your last month to sign up!

Meeting Date:
JUNE 15, 2018
Same time,
Same place!

Tuesday, May 08, 2018

BULLETIN: MAY 2018

BPMS
Bulletin
by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny

This year has been moving along nicely. The April meeting had 26 members and 1 guest who brought in 29 models, many were for Work In Progress Night!

April Meeting

WORK IN PROGRESS NIGHT: The group came in ready to knock some socks off! The tables were filled with all manner of works in progress, which also gave us a peek into what we might see for the next theme contest! Impressive work!

2017 Model Pledge: 2018 declaration period is now CLOSED! You already showed me something unbuilt. Please have it finished for OCTOBER 2018, for a display. After October you may bring back your pledge for the November meeting for the last contest of the year. For your efforts you get an additional FIVE Super Raffle tickets for completing your pledge! Sweet! Easy enough! We had over two dozen members sign up this year!

JUNE THEME: Are you building yet? Time is running out!
WORLD WAR II: 1946
Details HERE.

RAFFLE: We had another raffle with a remarkable assortment of prizes. The club is always looking for donations for these activities.

On the agenda: MAY

CONTEST NIGHT-2Q18: Where has the time gone? We’re already up to our second quarterly installment of the annual contest. Bring in your good work to rack up some votes!

PARTS BOX: We all have a box of spare parts. Feel free to bring in yours to share with the group. We are separating parts by genre now. Something you may never use could be gold to another member. 

Meeting date:
May 18, 2018
Same time,
Same place!

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

BULLETIN: APRIL 2018

BPMS
Bulletin
by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny 

This year has been moving along nicely. The March meeting had 23 members and 2 guests who brought in 14 models for the display and as their favorite. 

March Meeting 

NEW MEMBER: After coming to three meeting and showing us some superb models and in depth historical knowledge of his choices, JAKE MOON was voted in as the newest BPMS member! Welcome to the fold! 

FAVORITE MODEL: Some members brought in models, built and unbuilt, that they considered to be their favorites and discussed why. Since we had time we asked the group to tell us a couple words about when they brought in as well. 

DECAL SWAP NIGHT: Some members brought in decals to share. Thanks for participating. 

2017 Model Pledge: Looks like we got this working nicely now! Bring in an unbuilt model between January and APRIL 2018 to declare as your pledge model. Please have it finished for OCTOBER 2018, for a display. After October you may bring back your pledge for the November meeting for the last contest of the year. For your efforts you get an additional FIVE Super Raffle tickets for completing your pledge! Sweet! Easy enough! We already have about one third of the active members signed up. Won’t you join the fun? 

JUNE THEME: Are you building yet? WORLD WAR II: 1946. Details here. 

Raffle: We had another raffle with a remarkable assortment of prizes. The club is always looking for donations for these activities.

On the agenda: APRIL 

WORK IN PROGRESS NIGHT: You must be working on a bunch of things between pledges, regular contests and the WW2: 1946 theme! Why not choose a couple works in progress to show the group, and maybe prepare a couple words on your work. Thanks!

Meeting date:
April 20, 2018

Same time, 
Same place!


Thursday, March 08, 2018

BULLETIN: March 2018


BPMS
Bulletin
by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny

This year has been moving along nicely. The February meeting had 26 members and one guest who brought in 26 models mostly for the first contest night of 2018.
February Meeting 

February Meeting

CONTEST NIGHT: This was the first quarter of the 2018 BPMS Annual contest. We had an impressive display of talent on the tables. We’d love to see even more for the second quarter!

SHOW US YOUR TOOL: This vulgar sounding activity is more of a simple BPMS tradition. Once a year we ask members to come to the meeting prepared with a tool or method they like to use to make their model building life easier. We had a solid group of members who shared some good ideas with the group.

2017 Model Pledge: Looks like we got this working nicely now! Bring in an unbuilt model between January and APRIL 2018 to declare as your pledge model. Please have it finished for OCTOBER 2018, for a display. After October you may bring back your pledge for the November meeting for the last contest of the year. For your efforts you get an additional FIVE Super Raffle tickets for completing your pledge! Sweet! Easy enough! We already have about one third of the active members signed up. Won’t you join the fun?

KIT SALE: I think we might’ve had one of the biggest kits sales in a long time. There were tons of kits finding new homes during the meeting. Well done!

JUNE THEME: Are you building yet?
WORLD WAR II: 1946.
Details HERE.

Raffle: We had another raffle with an impressive assortment of prizes. The club is always looking for donations for these activities.

On the agenda: MARCH

DECAL SWAP NIGHT: Bring in decals to swap or sell. You may want to bring some money just in case. You never know if that sheet that you always wanted might show up!

FAVORITE MODEL: We all have a favorite model. Over the years it might change, or remain the same. We are asking you to bring your fav model, built or unbuilt, and be prepared to tell the group why it’s your favorite

Meeting Date:
MARCH 16, 2018
Same time,
Same place!

Saturday, February 10, 2018

BULLETIN: FEBRUARY 2018


BPMS
Bulletin
by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny 
The January meeting was an impressive way to kick off a new year with the BPMS. The weather was reasonable for January, so we had 21 members and two guests who brought in a dozen models for display, and plenty up for sale. 

January Meeting

2017 Model Pledge: Looks like we got this working nicely now! Bring in an unbuilt model between January and APRIL 2018 to declare as your pledge model. Please have it finished for OCTOBER 2018, for a display. After October you may bring back your pledge for the November meeting for the last contest of the year. For your efforts you get an additional FIVE Super Raffle tickets for completing your pledge! Sweet! Easy enough! We already have about one third of the active members signed up. Won’t you join the fun? 

KIT SALE: I think we might’ve had one of the biggest kits sales in a long time. There were tons of kits finding new homes during the meeting. Well done! 

JUNE THEME: We have a commitment! 
WORLD WAR II: 1946
Details HERE

RAFFLE: We had another raffle with an impressive assortment of prizes. The club is always looking for donations for these activities.

On the agenda: FEBRUARY 

CONTEST NIGHT: This is the first quarter of the BPMS Annual contest. Feel free to bring in any model that hasn’t already been in a quarterly contest, and you are encouraged to bring in your entries from the last theme contest! 

SHOW US YOUR TOOL: This vulgar sounding activity is more of a simple BPMS tradition. Once a year we ask members to come to the meeting prepared with a tool or method they like to use to make their model building life easier. It could be a new product, something you made yourself, or a different way of tackling a problem. It’s up to you. Please be prepared to tell the group a couple words about what you have. 

MEETING DATE:
February 16, 2018
SAME TIME,
SAME PLACE!

Friday, January 19, 2018

WORLD WAR II: 1946 THEME - JUNE 15, 2018


What if World War Two didn't end and continued into 1946?

We have heard about the Paper Projects, Secret Weapons of World War 2, and Luftwaffe 1946.  There were weapons and equipment already in development and even constructed by the end of the war that missed seeing action.  For this theme we are asking you to build a model of something that could have been used in 1946 if the war continued.  Something the United States, Great Britain, Russia, Germany, and Japan would have used.  There are now so many model kits available now.

Build a model! It can be armor, aircraft, ship, figures, and sci-fi, just prepare a logical tie-in to the theme.

Sponsors:
·        Jeffrey Eng
·        Gordon Cheung

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

BULLETIN: JANUARY 2018


BPMS
Bulletin
by Bobby B2 Blue Pokorny

Welcome to 2018! We hope you had a happy, healthy and a safe Holiday Season. 2017 ended in a splendid manner. The Holiday Luncheon went well. The theme contest had over a dozen entries. Plenty of tasty treats and cheer to go ‘round!

December Meeting

PEACEFUL PLASTIC: It finally happened and we had some gorgeous work on the tables.



1st           Ray Whitton                   Sky Chief

2nd          Kevin App                         Green Hornet

3rd           Joe Bergman                     Mercury Capsule

HM       Frank Colucci                 X-29
                Bob Epley                          XSL-01               
                Kamila Lukyanova        Yellow Submarine
Specials:
Cease Fire           Tom Govia                         Red Cross Tent
Leave the Gun   Joe Bergman                       Princess Aura
Peace & Quiet   Kosta Lukyanov               Ford Tractor

The winners of first, second, and third places got awards in the shape of doves designed by the sponsors and made by Ed Dietrich. We’d also like to thank the sponsors – Russ Holcomb, Tom Knoll, and Tim Greeman – for sponsoring a fun theme to build for.

AWARDS CEREMONY: The group voted and I tallied the numbers all year. Here are the results:

Air
1st           Charlie Nelson
2nd          Frank Colucci
3rd           Don Illjes
HM       Angelo Takos, Ray Whitton, Kosta Lukyanov

Armor
1st           Russ Holcomb
2nd          Howell Serkin
                Tim Greeman
3rd           Kevin App
HM       Joe Barrett, Kosta Lukyanov, Bob Epley
Figures
1st           Joe Bergman
2nd          Don Illjes
3rd           Bob Epley
HM       Guy Ferrara

Sea
1st           Ed Johnson
2nd          Russ Holcomb
                Kevin App
3rd           Joe Bergman

Science Fiction
1st           Don Illjes
2nd          Joe Bergman
3rd           Ray Keegan
HM       Tom Govia, Russ Holcomb, Israel Alvarado

Miscellaneous
1st           Joe Bergman
2nd          Bob Epley
3rd           Ed Johnson
HM       Israel Alvarado, Kamila Lukyanova,                    Joe Barrett

Most Popular
1st           Qtr        Charlie Nelson
2nd               Qtr        Joe Bergman
3rd           Qtr        Charlie Nelson, Joe Bergman
4th          Qtr        Don Illjes

Frank Tripoli Memorial
TOP GUN AWARD
JOE BERGMAN

Great work! Now the slates are clean and time to start a new year!


HOLIDAY DESSERTS: Thanks to everyone who brought in some goodies, and there was plenty!

HOLIDAY DINNER: The weather was nice and we had an amazing time!  

raffle: We had a raffle during the meeting. It’ll probably go the same way for the foreseeable future.


On the agenda: JANUARY

2018 Model Pledge: Looks like we got this working nicely now! Bring in an unbuilt model between January and APRIL 2017 to declare as your pledge model. Please have it finished for OCTOBER 2018, for a display. After October you may bring back your pledge for the November meeting for the last contest of the year. For your efforts you get an additional FIVE Super Raffle tickets for completing your pledge! Sweet! Easy enough!

KIT SALE: Bring kits to sell and cash to buy with. There’s no tab at this bar!

JUNE THEME: We have a commitment!
WORLD WAR II: 1946.



What if World War Two didn't end and continued into 1946?

We have heard about the Paper ProjectsSecret Weapons of World War 2, and Luftwaffe 1946.  There were weapons and equipment already in development and even constructed by the end of the war that missed seeing action.  For this theme we are asking you to build a model of something that could have been used in 1946 if the war continued.  Something the United States, Great Britain, Russia, Germany, and Japan would have used.  There are now so many model kits available now.

Build a model! It can be armor, aircraft, ship, figures, and sci-fi, just prepare a logical tie-in to the theme.

Sponsors:
·        Jeffrey Eng
·        Gordon Cheung



Meeting date:
January 19, 2018
Same Time!
Same Place!