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Postby Spack » Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:00 pm

estarriol wrote:Not sure that Grot outranks newbie though...


Newbie are the bottom of the feeder pile. Actually, I might change "Newbie" to "Snotling", unless anyone has a better suggestion for a really low rank. Hmm, "GW employee" :P


estarriol wrote:Ok for anyone interested the price of the ruin is £25 + s&h unpainted.

But I would charge £20 + s&h to anyone from here who orders one before 1st of May.


If you can let me know how much s&h will be then I might well be interested in one of these :)
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Postby estarriol » Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:26 pm

jlong05 wrote:OK, I am very interested, but as I am in the US and shipping is going to suck huge amount of bad wind, can it be modeled to be reassembled modular like so packing would be as tight and small as possible. Also what would I be looking for shipping to Glendale AZ? Zip code is 85308. And finally, do you have Paypal? Depending on shipping and packing and Paypal and then 'my wife' I may put in an order. (It would also be cool to get some DA detailing(for the courtyard) at least for me. :)


Right it looks like the following prices.

Surface small packet. £6.50
Surface small packet signed for £10.00
Airmail small packet is £12.72
Airmail Small Packet signed for is £16.22

This is for a parcel weighing approx 1200grams.
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Postby estarriol » Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:33 pm

Spack wrote:
estarriol wrote:Not sure that Grot outranks newbie though...


Newbie are the bottom of the feeder pile. Actually, I might change "Newbie" to "Snotling", unless anyone has a better suggestion for a really low rank. Hmm, "GW employee" :P


estarriol wrote:Ok for anyone interested the price of the ruin is £25 + s&h unpainted.

But I would charge £20 + s&h to anyone from here who orders one before 1st of May.


If you can let me know how much s&h will be then I might well be interested in one of these :)


£4.20 is the postage or £4.95 signed for within the UK, so £5 or £5.50 respectively.
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Postby estarriol » Sat Mar 15, 2008 12:09 pm

Can people interested in these, that I haven't spoken to today please contact me, I go on holiday tuesday for 2 weeks and want to sort things out before then please.
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Postby jlong05 » Sun Mar 16, 2008 1:21 am

Hey, Sorry I didn't see the original reply. I think at this time I will pass. The price overall is a bit much for me right now($50+ US) Maybe later though when finances are a bit better(Wife got laid off from our church, so funds are a bit day to day now)

Thanks though. And It really does look great.
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Postby estarriol » Sun Mar 16, 2008 10:17 am

Thats fine, I understand the lack of finance issue.

Thank you for getting back to me.
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Postby mattjgilbert » Fri Sep 12, 2008 3:48 pm

OK... it's been a while (4 months since I got it?) but I just painted/flocked my one and here's how it now looks.

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Thanks again to estarriol for making it :D
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Postby Spack » Fri Sep 12, 2008 4:33 pm

That looks great matt. Want to paint and flock mine?

I feel embarrassed to say that mine is in my terrain box on top of the bookcase :( I'll take it to the club tomorrow if I remember to let KInG and Taumaul take a look.

Estarriol, how many a week could you make? ;)
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Postby mattjgilbert » Fri Sep 12, 2008 4:38 pm

Spack wrote:That looks great matt. Want to paint and flock mine?
Sure... if you pay for postage both ways!
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Postby estarriol » Fri Sep 12, 2008 5:36 pm

Spack, get me the orders and I'll worry about unimportant things like sleep after I have made them.

That Matt is superb, you have done the model proud. I salute you.
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Postby chromedog » Sat Sep 13, 2008 1:40 am

Wow.

I missed this thread the first time round.

That is impressive work, both of you (estarriol AND mattjgilbert). I may be somewhat jaded, as I do have brothers in law who do this stuff 'routinely' (model railway enthusiasts) and I've worked in the sfx industry (where we had some very impressive modelwork - but only from the side(s) that could be seen), but it is still very good work, and I'd love it if I could actually be bothered doing the same amount of work myself most times. :D
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Postby timewizard » Sat Sep 13, 2008 1:27 pm

It does look real nice Matt! Very clean and nice colors.
But we expect nothing less from you! :D
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