The contest results for MosquitoCon 29 have been posted HERE.
Photos are being processed and will be posted shortly!
MosquitoCon 29 went off without a hitch on July 31st, 2021, setting records for the most models ever at any of our shows, and several other categories.
We’re processing the photos of all the entrants, which can take some time. In the meantime, though, here’s a list of all of the ‘best of’ winners, and some photos from that group.
Thank you to everyone for a fantastic show! MosquitoCon 30 is only eight months away!
Best Armor: Bergepanther – Mark Kleinfelter
Best Sci-Fi: Ma.K Kuster – Peter Conde
Best Civilian: US Bulldozer – Tim Axe
Best Ship: IJN Taiho – Dan Kaplan
Best Aircraft: Bell P-400 Airacobra – Chad Bowser
Best of the Rest: Bob the Half Orc – Eric Flesher
Best Tailhook: S3B Viking – Andrew White
Best Vietnam Subject: F-4B Phantom – Darrin Cook
Judge’s Best in Show: IJN Taiho – Dan Kaplan
Best Junior: Battle Scar At-ST – William Santucci
There are a few tables left in the dealer’s room. JP Awards will be on-site, making custom nameplates for model bases.
There are limits to the number of kits that can be entered this year, please refer to the flyer for more information.
And finally, an example of one of the acrylic trophies for the contest is shown at left.
That’s all we have. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone on the 31st!
Due to a cancellation, Five vendor tables have become available for the show later this month. Please contact Bill Schwarz at whsch (at) optimum.net or (732) 567-3724 if interested.
The form can be downloaded from the MosquitoCon 29 page, or by clicking on the icon to the left.
This has been added to the main MosquitoCon 29 page as well:
MOSQUITOCON 2021 UPDATE (5/2/21):
Due to the ongoing pandemic, New Jersey IPMS has rescheduled MosquitoCon to July 31st of 2021. There’s no indication that there will be a reduction in the severity of the pandemic before our regular show date in early April, and there is little chance that vaccinations will be wide-spread enough at that point.
Thank you to everyone for understanding. We want to get back to the usual show schedule as much as everyone else, and to do it safely.