50068Re: Societies without Rules have a tendency to Collapse!
- Jan 2, 2007Hi all
I'm with the new guy. I personally do not see any distinction between
a single model and creation of a diorama or a scene from a layout. I
also don't care if the modelling effort is a creation of the author
or photographer as long as the credit is so given. So what if the
model was made by a spouse, a friend or some other family member. If
it a Z scale creation it deserves a viewing. It's not like we are
competing for points, trophys or some other rewards. I do believe
that any modelling product created for commercial or contractual
endeavor should be excluded, but that is all.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "feyerhc" <clfeyerherm@...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I believe this is my first post to this group. I have enjoy
> most of the posts for the last several months. I find them
> informative, sensitive, and at times humorous.
> However, what is the point of this subject? MOTM is informative
> inspirational. I thought this was a friendly, considerate group
> wanted to share information, answer questions, etc. Now it looks
> like it has become a bickering group. If this continues, I will be
> dropping out of this group. The world is full of bickering and I
> thought this forum was for relaxation and getting away from the
> everyday rigors.
> Personally, I don't care if a submitted photo is of a highly
> detailed, scratchbuilt turntable, or a photo of a purchased, fully
> built model that is placed in a particular scene in a unigue way.
> All these submitted photos are inspiring.
> Whether a submitted model was built by the individual submitting or
> was done by someone else is immaterial. If this group is really a
> group for sharing ideas and having fun, that is all that is
> important. If MOTM has a whole bunch of rules and restrictions,
> the purpose of sharing is gone and we have brought the rigors of
> to this forum.
> Lets stay with the fun side and quit worrying about the competive
> The Z world is for having fun, enjoyment, and sharing.
> Carl in Nebraska
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