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Welcome to the site, I hope you enjoy your time here.  :))

Welcome Bruno the LLL international forum  :-wave  And why worry about language- we are here from all arround, there is Americans, Spanish, Argnetinas, French, Italians, Serbians, Slovenians, Germans... no problem about your English- maybe we could make contesat "Worst savage English of the forum"  :))

welcome Bruno  :)) :-wave

My first post here and I would like to thank the admin for the invitation.  I was building Off topic jet age kits at the age of 7. I remember building my first WWI kit way back in 1964-5 at the age of 8-9. Hundreds of 1/72 scale Revell and Airfix kits later my eyes started to change and I wanted to do more detail. With the advent of DML / Dragon and Eduard I sold off my 1/72 scale to a group of wargamers and started to build 1/48. At the tender age of 32years, I was writing about real WWI aviation subjects and getting published in Cross & Cockade Intl and Over the Front.

At 35 I became the archivist to the Lafayette Foundation. One of the larger repositories for WWI aviation artifacts in the US. We have a world class display of uniforms personal equipment documents and full and 7/8 scale replica WWI aircraft.  About 150 kits, and a wall full of awards later I opened a website dedicated to the average modeler interested in building WWI aviation subjects. I also build on commission and have had reviews published at Aeroscale. But I try not to take my hobby too seriously. After all I'm just another Modeler.  Here are some of my links.

There I offer detailed kit reviews, extra kits and decals and historical research documents on my favorite subjects.  This is for the average modeler that has little or no specific information on the kits they want to do.

Here is a list of my publications

Here is an early aviation forum that I moderate.

Here is a WWI aviation modeling link I go to.

I look forward to contibuting and learnibg here at Letletlet where I can.

Welcome aboard my dear friend Stephen  :-ok

Let me talk about my impression about this great gentleman from USA... for a few years of our contacts he had demonstrate great knowledge and was always share it. On the LLL web site is several articles regarded to the WW1 subject and most of them are made with great help of Stephen! His skill in modeling is marvelous and historic background amazing  :-razz

And one important point- now the forum balance is going on the side of the modelers who hand brush their kits. We have first at all Nico Braas, then Jean Claude Mermet [his skill with silver paint is gorgeous!!!] and now we have finally Stephen Lawson who is great master of hand painting!

We will definitely have great time here  :-tri Thank you Stephen for joining us  :-clap  :-flo


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