Saturday, November 29, 2014

SFB Scrapyard Sack

I ordered Amarillo Design Bureau’s Scrapyard Sack.
What did I get? I don’t know, but I love it.
There  are several intact ships – A Kzinti ship, a Kzinti Tug, 3 Federation CA style ships, an AUX carrier and a B10 Boom. The small Aux carrier, the B10 Boom and the Kzinti Tug are pretty much ready to go, I could clean them up and paint them now. The others will require a smidgen of creativity to get into action.
Additional items are 6 Federation engines, matched in left-right pairs. 4 Federation frigate engines and lower hulls, an extra CA style hull with engines, a Federation hull with no engines or bridge, and a pair of Klingon wing distruptors or engines.
And in the middle is a nearly complete hull of something I can’t identify.
All and all, I am very happy with my scrapyard sack.
UPDATE: David McGuire over on Google+ gave me some hints: 
"Without a closer look, the center one may be a NCL. Or on the outside, maybe the DN minus the body or the Federation version of the B10"

Sunday, November 16, 2014


Do not live this life straight through from the beginning to end! These days contain many different adventures you can have in this world. Some adventures take place in the present time, some in the past and others in the future. From time to time as you live, you will be asked to make decisions and choices. Some of them are dangerous.
The adventures you take are a result of your choices. You are responsible because you choose. After you make your choice, follow the instructions to see what happens to you next.
Think carefully before you make a move. One mistake can be your last… or it may lead you to fame and fortune.
Truer words have never been spoken. Thank you R. A. Montgomery. I hope you made all the right choices and found the results to your liking.