Downloads Page

If you are bringing a model to a monthly meeting,  please download the SHOW & TELL form and fill it out in advance.  Download the books and pub form here also...

Click Here to download and print the SHOW & TELL FORM

Click Here to download and print the Instructions for the SHOW & TELL FORM

Click Here to download and print the BOOKS and PUBS FORM

 Download Articles

Gold leaf application - by Jim Lavelle

Sharpening Chisels - by Michael Storch

Model Painting - by Nicholas F. Starace II

Resin Casting Made Easy (one part molds) - by Nicholas F. Starace II

Scales for Ship Models - by Nicholas F. Starace II

Metal Blackening - by Bob Filipowski

United States Navy Brig Eagle - by Kevin James Crisman of Texas A&M University

Building A Ship's StoveAllan Yedlinsky

Building a Capstan - Allan Yedlinsky

Metal Blackening Products - Pat Majewsk

Building a Ship's Wheel Allan Yedlinsky

Using Sculpey for Ships Ornamentation Chuck Passaro

Intermediate techniques for improving yard details Chuck Passaro

Forming 1/600  scale lifeboats in Styrene Michael Gutsick

Making ship model ornamentation from Fimo or Sculpey  by Chuck Passaro

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Building small scale open boats by Tom Ruggiero

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Download Plans

Plans to build a 25' Longboat using lifts -3/16" scale -  - Chuck Passaro


 Download planking fan template and PowerPoint presentation on PLANKING

planking presentation

planking fan

-  - Chuck Passaro

Download the new Shipmodel display form....

This is the model display form the club will use when having a show at a local library. It will have all of the info about the ship you built like historical info and building details.  The file is a Mocrosoft word file.  After you fill it out,  you should email it to Steve Maggipinto .

Click Here to download the display form

USS Spitfire, which was sunk in 1776, in Lake Champlain
Video of presentation by Susan McClure