So, there we were…
Fighting off the Russian hordes from last week’s counterattack when, all of a sudden, our armor found a weak spot and broke through Ivan’s lines. Now we’re running amuck in the enemy’s rear. Come on, I’ll give you the details.
MY WEEK IN REVIEW
This was another very busy week, but, as the title of this post implies, it has been a good one. I finished a large dealer order. Handled most every order you guys placed. Kept the shop fairly clean. Finished a few masters. Poured some new molds. And, on top of all that, I managed to keep up with my family responsibilities.
As I write this, there are two open orders. I am holding one so I can replace a mold, and the other just came in as I was writing this. Both should ship on Monday.
I will be releasing some 11 new items this weekend. This next round of new goodies will be from my continuing focus on the German armored cars. Sometime later this week, I will put out a small batch of re-releases. Then, next week, I will push out Karl’s newest pieces (the M4 and M7 stuff).
ON THE BENCH
I am starting to get to the larger parts of the armored cars now. I am working on the seats, canvas shield for the engine screen, and other items like this. As I have been saying: I will not let go of this subject this time — not until I run the thing to ground. I want TMD to be the be-all, end-all for German armored car details.
KARL VAN SWEDEN
I have not spoken to Karl this week, so I don’t know how he is doing. I’ll check on him while I am driving to town in a few hours.
The shop is in better shape than it would normally be after two such busy weeks.
The office was left to fend for itself this week. I’ll figure out what to do with it next week.
THAT IS ALL
OK, that’s all I have for now. So, until next time, please stay safe and take care of your loved ones. If you can, try to build something (preferably something using TMD resin).