1⁄35Halloween Modeling Table Cleanup Extravaganza
Is There a Work Bench Under there?
On 25 and 26 October 2003, a big unannounced cleanup rally was organized on Armorama.
An invitation went out on Friday, and by the end of the weekend no less than 29 fine members of this
website cleaned up their act.
For technical reasons, we couldn't publish the button on each contestant's personal page,
but through this page they will henceforth be remembered as Clean People. The courage to get
their desk cleaned, to throw away some very interesting shavings and cuttings that may have been the
icing on the cake of a future diorama (you just never know) and in some cases even the termination of
spiders and rats in the process, merit our admiration.
They are entitled to forever use this logo (in their signature line or tattooed on a body part of their own choice).
But to all of you, here's an even better reward. Each time your wife complains about the mess on your modeling table,
the intoxicating smells of paint thinner, the trace of 1/35 nuts and bolts she keeps discovering in the carpet and the
bulging waste bin, you can show her the following pictures.
These are some fine examples of "normal" modeling desks and other scenes of crime that are destined to produce the finest
samples of military modeling.
Keep this reference page ready at hand. One day, it may save your marriage.
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