Photos from MosquitoCon 27 have been posted to the portfolio site:
Thank you again to everyone who made MosquitoCon 27 a great success. It goes down as our third largest ever. We look forward to seeing you all again next year, Saturday April 6th, 2019!
|Best Junior – Mk 1 Dragonfly – Conrad Chapman|
|Best Aircraft – DFW CV – Jay Howard|
|Best Armor – German Wespe Hummel – Glen Martin|
|Best Ship – IJN Yahagi – Joe Simon|
|Best Sci-Fi – Millennium Falcon – Chris Robledo|
|Best Civilian Subject – 1960 Mack Fire Pumper – William Ratcliff|
|Best of the Rest – Retirement – Jerry Rutman|
|Best Tailhook -F-14A Tomcat – Mike Witkowski|
|Best Vietnam subject – “Tell it to Hanoi” M48A3 – Mike Trentadue|
|Best Theme award “War in the Med” – LRDG – Mike Trentadue|
|Judges Best in Show – IJN Yahagi – Joe Simon|
MosquitoCon 27 is now behind us. The initial counts place it in the top 3 attended events of the show’s history. Initial numbers are:
- 505 models entered
- 140 entrants
- 400+ walk-in attendees
Best of Show went to Joe Simon’s amazing Japanese cruiser Yahagi. More photos of this, the other winners, and of all the models entered to follow, as soon as we can get them processed and sorted.
We have a forecast of possible snow on Saturday morning. There’s little to no expected accumulation, though, and most of it should be gone by noon. The show will go on as scheduled.
March 9th, 2018, saw the monthly meeting of NJIPMS. The theme of the evening was Nostalgia Night, with lots of old bottles of paint, printed kit catalogs that listed ridiculously low priced kits, and several boxed kits of the vintage nature.
The contest table had a decent turnout as well, with photos below.
More information on trophy sponsors, attending vendors, raffle donations, and everything else have been added to the MosquitoCon 27 page. More will be added as it comes in.
Apologies from your webmaster that’s been, simply put, sick as hell for the past week or so. Therefore, everything is coming to the website late. First up are photos from the February meeting, courtesy of Martin Quinn, and the February newsletter, courtesy of our editor, Bill Schroeter.