Reg Hardy, 73, is owner of two websites that keep him burning at both ends day in and day out.
Original site is www.scale-modelers-handbook.com which is normally visited by 600 to 700 modelers per day.
Besides writing articles for scale modeling, he usually has at least two models on the workbench to keep his foot in. If you don't use it you lose it.
My second site, started this year is mobility-scooter-solutions.com and is an outgrowth of the mobility challenges I face as MS takes a bigger and bigger drainage on my fortitude.
Dejected? NEVER. I have God on my side and have never been happier.
Where to find Reg Hardy online
Scale Modeling Practice (BYOB)
Many modelers try to improve their models by throwing money at them; RCers attempt high speed racing pre-eminence after a quick clinic or a lesson. But it's only by practicing what is presented that you can improve.
Good quality practice can take your scale modeling skills to new heights. The time you spend here before laying out serious money for a model kit or specialty tools is not measurable.
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Smashwords book reviews by Reg Hardy
- Creative Crafting Summer 2011 - Features & Best Bits
on Oct. 25, 2012
Overall this is a well formatted book, but it needs attention. The first link I tried was a broken link. As a general rule, I don't like books which are composed of articles written by readers as they bear little relationship to one another and lack continuity. I should have read the intro copy more thoroughly. I did enjoy the houseboat residing crafter.