He was one of the first contributors to this list, and still gets a few words in now and then.
We would even encourage the model companies to read our reviews, so that they can make better kits.Wholesalers and retailers could also benefit from this site by buying more of the highly rated kits.Peter also deserves credit for persuading WEM to produce an aircraft set for the Revell 1/720 Graf Zeppelin kit. Peeler ([email protected]) Jodie Peeler never fails to impress.Her knowledge of liners and aircraft carriers (especially Essex class) is truly amazing, but don't think she's limited to just those.He was the first to add reviews of Japanese 1/700 kits. He has high standards, and from the pictures I've seen on the net, he produces excellent work. (DRW) WLM == Bill Michaels ([email protected]) Bill is our resident expert on US Coast Guard subjects, and also very well versed on the subject of sailing ships.
(DRW) GM == Graeme Martin ([email protected]) Graeme is a newcomer to the list as of late 2005, but he's no newcomer to the world of ship modeling. Make sure you check out Bill's USCG Model Kit list.(DRW)ME == Michael Emmerich ([email protected]) Michael is a net.friend of long standing.He is a pragmatic modeller, and quite fond of scratchbuilding and conversions.Other people have since contributed to it, and it is now being maintained by Joseph Poutre ([email protected]) Comments, additions, and corrections should be sent to him.This list is intended to include all plastic and resin model ship kits.Rajen has become busy with business and family in recent years (as of 2004) so he hasn't been doing much ship modelling lately. (DRW)RD == Rod Dauteuil ([email protected]) Rod is another "good guy" who has helped me in numerous ways.