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About the Author

About Jean-Luc Formery (TedMamere)
FROM: MOSELLE, FRANCE

I'm mainly interested in WW2 aircraft and I build them in 1/48 scale.


Comments

Hi Jean-Luc Well .. I know getting content is quite difficult and sometimes you just have to do it yourself and with Rowan buried under a bunch of work I fully understand .... so please do not take my comment in any negative sense (and just read my 2nd line again ....) BTW you see not only I think you are an artist ... maybe you are an artistic art teacher ... you did not answer my question .. what about the Bugatti? The blue flying art work ... remember? cheers Steffen
OCT 21, 2006 - 06:09 PM
Fabulous Portfolio Jean Luc. This is a great idea and an excellent way to display a modellers talents all in one place and learn a bit more about them. My favourite is still the 109 prototype. JeanLuc was one of the first people to jump in and give me advice on my first build when I returned to the hobby at the end of last year and is always quick to offer advice and pass on his considerable skills and knowledge. A credit to the Kitmaker Network and a great asset to Aeroscale. I dont suppose we could pursuade you to make the trip over to Telford for Scale Model World next month? Looking forward to seeing this series develop along with Aeroscale. Nige
OCT 21, 2006 - 06:13 PM
Hello Jean-Luc, Your portfolio is outstanding and motivating. You have both the talent and the personality that keeps people like me coming back to this site. with all the continuing infighting in the Armorama section, this little community (Aeroscale) seems to be the one pocket of reason. Thanks to you and contributors like Andy, Nigel and Rowan and Steffen for keeping the flame. Frank P.S. I just purchased the Eduard Royal class Polikarpov set, expensive?..... yes, worthwhile?...... absolutely!!
OCT 21, 2006 - 07:06 PM
Count me in Jean-Luc! I'll be glad to contibute.
OCT 26, 2006 - 05:01 AM
Hi Stephen I bet Frank just forgot you because he is not so much into WW1 It was surely not meant to belittle your work for the site.. in fact you are one of the main contributors besides Jean-Luc and Rowan! To qoute Dan-san again blue skies Steffen
OCT 26, 2006 - 02:00 PM
No worries Steffan; As Frank says a pocket of reason. Not just here but compared to anywhere I have been. Aeroscale is a piece of paradise. Good modelers willing to share and help one another. My only delima is what to show? Maybe just some of my favorites.
OCT 26, 2006 - 02:48 PM
Buy yourself a nice digicam and then show us all :-) :-) cheers Steffen
OCT 26, 2006 - 03:05 PM
Hi Stephen and Steffen! I see no problem making multiple Portfolios of your models Stephen. You could make one for early WW1, late WW2, French, British, German aircraft, one for each manufacturer, one based on a specific battle/area etc... you could even make one with your... how can I say... more artistic/caricatural models! Nota Bene: The Staff didn't contacted anyone (via PM or e-mail) to ask for participation in the Portfolio serie, or any other On Display feature. So if one wonders why he/she wasn't asked to contribute, it's certainly not because we think their models are "not good enough". We just think the decision to contribute is something personal. Jean-Luc
OCT 26, 2006 - 03:47 PM
i thought i'd seen the last of that pesky rata! seriously though, i've seen a lot of the stuff in your portfolio, as it was in the progress of being built and to see it all in one place shows that i'm not the only one who likes to build all sorts of kits in all sorts of different styles of camo. just one question- whats the first step for someone (maybe with a spanish civil war 109) who wants to send pics for a portfolio? p.s. still think your CR32 is great!
OCT 26, 2006 - 11:50 PM
Hi Phil! Sorry for the late reply! The first (and only) step is to send us 10 to 20 nice pictures of your models (size between 640 X 480 minimum and 750 X 563 maximum)... and we will do the rest! Jean-Luc
OCT 28, 2006 - 02:42 AM