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Marcin Pacyna – Introduction

Hello!

In this first article I would like to introduce myself, tell where I come from and why i started my interest in scale modeling. I come from small city Wieluń in central Poland. My city can be told where Second World War has begun. It was terrible for people who were yet sleeping at 4:40 in the morning to suffer from bombing of Wieluń. But you can read more about this at wikipedia and other source if information.

I started scale modeling from about September 2018 and still making models. My first model was polish destroyer ORP Błyskawica which survived war and is now museum in Gdynia. I just painted that with brushes and with paints from the kit and maybe couple more paints which I bought on the internet. My models don’t have too much weathering but I try to add something new to my current model which I really enjoy to make and paint. I don’t hurry with it, take time and that’s the way it should be made. It is very relaxing hobby. I can see the progress and from nothing something is build.

That’s it from me now, take a look at pictures and I wish you all best in new year 2019. Enjoy to make your models as I do. Martin from Poland.

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17 responses to Marcin Pacyna – Introduction

  1. Hello Marcin,
    Welcome to this select group of modelers.
    Thanks for the very informative article and sharing some models with us.
    My favorite is the TS-11 Iskra. What a color scheme.
    Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.

  2. Welcome to the home of modelers Marcin! Nice to see you’re progressing fast on your models!

  3. Welcome to the forum Marcin. A fine selection of models

  4. Welcome Marcin, you’ll find some fine modelling friends here. Nice collection you’ve started, keep them coming for us to view.

  5. Hi Marcin, it is nice to see that more of pols are embarking here. I have two friends in my work team from Wielun. Best regards and waiting for your future builds. Lukasz from Warsaw.

  6. Welcome, Marcin! What a great introduction. I always think if you see someone’s bookshelves you see the person. History, a world perspective, food, building, and a little sci-fi. We’d get on.

    Welcome to the fun house.

  7. Welcome to this amazing web site, the fellowship and friends I have made have inspired me to build better models. Looking forward to seeing more of your builds .

  8. Let me add my welcome as well, sir….you’ll like it here.

  9. Welcome along Marcin, nice too see the range of subjects in your collection looki6n forwatd to your next build!

  10. Welcome Marcin to the best model building family on the web.

  11. A great collection of builds, and welcome!

  12. You’re doing great, Marcin! That shelf looks great so far. Looks like you have a goodly amount of research material, too.

    Welcome to iModeler, Marcin!

  13. Welcome! Your models look awesome. As I have gotten older I have chosen a more casual modeling path, but I appreciate those who are willing to put the time and effort into their kits.

  14. Welcome aboard! One of my favorite all-time reads was Poland by James Michener – Poland has such a fascinating history. Great work on the models – I too recently build an Op Granby Jag – yours looks great! Looks like you have some diverse taste of subjects, so will be nice to see your additions.

  15. Welcome to iModeler. You’ve allready got a nice variation in models you have build. They look very nice. Great workspace as well. Looking forward to your additions and subjects you will build.

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