This will always be a 'work in progress' as photographs are added or upgraded and missing bits are slotted in. Aiming to be no more than a guide to the figural production of Airfix Products.
possible it will quash urban myths or commonly held beliefs which are
incorrect, most of which have grown-up during the 'Internet Years'.
many search terms as possible will be used in order that anyone
visiting whether familiar with Airfix or a new collector/casual browser
will be able to find what they want, either singly or in groups of
similar size, period or subject matter using the 'Click-on Index' to
the right. Likewise the title-blocks will be as comprehensive as
possible so they can be discerned in the 'Blog Archive' feature on the
left of the page.
As this is designed to be a sort of
second page for the Small Scale World blog, there was going to be no
'comments' feature, but I've enabled it, still, anyone with an issue
concerning the factual accuracy of any entry can eMail me with
supporting evidence and will be fully acknowledged for any resulting
change or update.
I will also not use the Pink/Khaki
thing here as I have on the general Blog, I want it to be cleaner and
more streamlined, so people can find what they're looking for with ease,
although I will date additions if I think it's relevant.
every post/page will have the figure set complete, a one-of-each-pose
numbered line-up for ready reckoning, a set on the runners ('sprues') -
if applicable - box types/artwork, inserts, copies/piracies, comparisons
with other versions and other makes, moulding variations, conversions,
painted figures both my own (when I get round to them!) and tatty old
OBE's (Other Bugger's Efforts) from way back when, close-ups of the
vignettes and anything else pertaining to each set I (or you -
contributions welcome) feel is relevant, interesting, funny or weird!
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