We would like to thank the following modelers for participating in the Remembrance Month exhibit at the Georgetown library Oct 15 – Nov 15.
The feedback was very positive, as was last year, and we are asked to exhibit again next Fall. To continue the interest of the public we would like to have new themes every year; let us know if you have any suggestions [2019 it would be great to feature 75th anniversary of D-Day].
PSM’s James Steele has recently finished this commission build of a classic Toronto Police Cruiser.
We are happy to announce that we have found our new home. Our meetings will be held at Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School in Mississauga in their library. The address is 4555 Tomken Rd, Mississauga, ON L4W 1J9. We will be going back to our “old” schedule where our meetings will be following our schedule of September to May, and we will try to have our summer build nights in more public locations to engage the public more in the hobby.
If you’ve not been to a PSM meeting, please feel free to come out and see what we’re all about.
NOTE: Our December meeting is being moved up to the SECOND TUESDAY in December to accomodate other scheduling due to the proximity to Christmas.
PSM’s James Steel has given us a new video of his latest work at Our Home and Miniature Land. Great work as always.
Please note PSM members and visitors, that our summer build sessions will be taking place at a new location.
We will be meeting at the Centre for Health & Safety Innovation located at 5110 Creekbank Road, Mississauga, Ontario.
We will be in Training Room 2.
Parking is in front of the centre, and you can enter through the Main Entrance
You will be required to sign in there before proceeding to Training Room 2
Training Rom 2, located in the east section of the building, can be reached by turning left from the front entrance, proceeding down the hall and turning right at the second corridor.
PSM master diorama maker Gates Bisson sent this great video highlighting one of his latest creations.
Wolf Karalus completed this gorgeous kit back in May. It’s a Mirage 1/700 Sep submarine. As always, stellar work from Wolf!
PSM member James Steele has completed another one of his fantastic lighted police cruisers.
PSM member Wolfgang Karalus just sent in these great pictures of his latest project. A 1:72 Novo kit of a Percival Proctor VI sold to Hudson’s Bay 1946. The floats, dock, and cockpit details were all scratch built! Enjoy!
For those who missed the February meet, you missed not only the great presentation by Tony Bell (see the post below for the video), but you also missed some great work on our display table. Here’s a collection of images!