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Modelers needed for GCSE Questionnaire
Posted by Anonymous on Friday, October 3, 2003 3:53 AM
My name is Jack Bush, and I am doing a GCSE graphic products course in Harrow. my project is to produce cardboard scale model buildings. I have produced a questionnaire as part of my research. If you are a modeller, and can spare 5 minutes, please post your answers to this topic.
Thanks!
Jack

1) Are you Male or Female?

2) Which age group do you fit into?
Under 16 16-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50+

3) Are you interested in scale modelling?

4) What do you mostly model?
Military models Civilian models Model railways Wargaming models Other (please specify)

5) How would you rate your modelling skill level?
Beginner Intermidiate Advanced

6) Do you use scenery with your models?

7) If yes, do you mostly use
Plastic or resin scenery Card scenery Self-built scenery
Other (please specify)

8) Which period do you mostly model?
Pre-1900 WW1 era WW2 era Modern day Other (please specify)

9) Would you like to see more low cost scenery on the market?

10) What new piece of scenery would you most like to see (ie church, bridge etc.)?


Thank-you for your time.
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Posted by styrene on Friday, October 3, 2003 5:55 AM
1.Male
2.50+
3.Yes (DUH!)
4.Military
5.Advanced
6.Yes
7.Self-built
8.WWII
9.Yes
10.Undecided
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Posted by maddafinga on Friday, October 3, 2003 7:55 AM
QUOTE: Originally posted by Bushwakka

My name is Jack Bush, and I am doing a GCSE graphic products course in Harrow. my project is to produce cardboard scale model buildings. I have produced a questionnaire as part of my research. If you are a modeller, and can spare 5 minutes, please post your answers to this topic.
Thanks!
Jack

1) Are you Male or Female?

Male

2) Which age group do you fit into?
Under 16 16-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50+

20-30

3) Are you interested in scale modelling?

yes

4) What do you mostly model?
Military models Civilian models Model railways
Wargaming models Other (please specify)

Military

5) How would you rate your modelling skill level?
Beginner Intermidiate Advanced

Intermediate

6) Do you use scenery with your models?

No

7) If yes, do you mostly use
Plastic or resin scenery Card scenery Self-built scenery
Other (please specify)

8) Which period do you mostly model?
Pre-1900 WW1 era WW2 era Modern day Other (please specify)

WW2

9) Would you like to see more low cost scenery on the market?

No

10) What new piece of scenery would you most like to see (ie church, bridge etc.)?



Thank-you for your time.

madda
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Posted by shermanfreak on Friday, October 3, 2003 10:02 AM
1) Male
2) 40-50
3) Yes
4) Military Models
5) Advanced (at times)
6) Occasionally
7) Resin and self built
8) W.W.2
9) Impartial
10)Nothing Specific
Happy Modelling and God Bless Robert
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  • From: Maine,USA
Posted by dubix88 on Friday, October 3, 2003 2:05 PM
HEY,
male
under 16
whoe doesnt
civilian cars
beginner-intermediate
starting to
havent done it yet
i have modeled from all of these eras, but mostly modern day
cheaper anything is good
sand dune

Cool survey!

Randy
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, October 3, 2003 3:34 PM
Male
Age 48
YES !
Military Models (Ships/Planes/Armor) Figures mostly
Highly Advanced (40 Years building)
Depend on the subject
Self-build/Plastic
Modern
Yes
Water
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, October 3, 2003 4:14 PM
1) Male

2) 16-20

3) Yes

4)Military models

5) Intermidiate (on a good day)

6) (edit) oops. Yes I do.

7) mostly use Self-built scenery

8) WW2 era

9) Absolutely

10) I don't know if it is possible, but I would like to see a building that could be built as either intact or destroyed. (ie a two part wall that when put together is a whole wall, but when apart is a destroyed wall)
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, October 3, 2003 4:29 PM
1.male
2.20-30
3. yes
4. military models, female figure models
5. advanced
6. yes
7. resin scenery and self built scenery
8. WWII
9. yes, definitely
10. more buildings of any kind
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    January 2003
  • From: NE Georgia
Posted by Keyworth on Friday, October 3, 2003 5:31 PM
1. male
2. 50-60
3. yes
4. Military models, civilian aircraft, cars, sci-fi
5. advanced
6. yes
7. self-built
8. WWII and post-war
9. yes
10. buildings, bridges and debris
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Posted by lizardqing on Friday, October 3, 2003 7:25 PM
1. Male
2.20-30
3.yes
4.Military,civilian cars
5.Intermidiate
6.yes
7.self built
8.ww2,modern
9.yes
10.more building types,debris,civilian items
7.
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, October 3, 2003 7:35 PM
1. Male
2. 30-40
3. YES
4. Military
5. Intervanced Wink [;)]
6. 50-50
7. Plastic / Resin
8. WW2 Era
9. Yes
10. More 2 story buildings with actual floors, not just the exterior!
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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, October 6, 2003 1:59 PM
Wow, thanks for the replies. If anyone else looks at this, see if you have any more ideas for new kits. I looked in my local hobby shop the other day, and was struck by the numbers of 'country cottages' that clogged the selves. I espicialy liked Smith M's idea!
Jack
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Posted by djmodels1999 on Monday, October 6, 2003 2:25 PM
1) Are you Male or Female?
Male


2) Which age group do you fit into?
Under 16 16-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50+
30-40

3) Are you interested in scale modelling?
Yes

4) What do you mostly model?
Military models Civilian models Model railways Wargaming models Other (please specify)
Military and Civilian models

5) How would you rate your modelling skill level?
Beginner Intermidiate Advanced
Advanced

6) Do you use scenery with your models?
Sometimes

7) If yes, do you mostly use
Plastic or resin scenery Card scenery Self-built scenery
Other (please specify)
Self-buuild with some plastic, resin and metal accessories purchased

8) Which period do you mostly model?
Pre-1900 WW1 era WW2 era Modern day Other (please specify)
WW1, WW2 and Modern

9) Would you like to see more low cost scenery on the market?
Yes

10) What new piece of scenery would you most like to see (ie church, bridge etc.)?
Undammaged houses

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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, October 6, 2003 11:57 PM
1. Male
2. 50+ (but only by 1)
3. yes
4. Mostly things that fly, the odd bit of armor, some ships a few cars.
5. intermediate
6. sometimes
7. odds and sods, card stock, sand, twigs scrap wood.
8. WWII
9. Yes
10. Air feild buildings and support equipment

Good luck
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    July 2003
  • From: Philippines
Posted by Dwight Ta-ala on Tuesday, October 7, 2003 12:28 AM
1) Are you Male or Female? - Male

2) Which age group do you fit into?
Under 16 16-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50+ - 30-40

3) Are you interested in scale modelling? - Yes?

4) What do you mostly model?
Military models Civilian models Model railways Wargaming models Other (please specify)
- Military

5) How would you rate your modelling skill level?
Beginner Intermidiate Advanced - beginner

6) Do you use scenery with your models? - Yes but not for all

7) If yes, do you mostly use
Plastic or resin scenery Card scenery Self-built scenery
Other (please specify) - Whatever is available

8) Which period do you mostly model?
Pre-1900 WW1 era WW2 era Modern day Other (please specify)
-Armor / WW2 Aircraft / Modern

9) Would you like to see more low cost scenery on the market?
- Well yes

10) What new piece of scenery would you most like to see (ie church, bridge etc.)?
- Just more variety I guess.

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  • From: Exit 7a NJ Turnpike
Posted by RAF120 on Tuesday, October 7, 2003 6:53 PM
Hello Jack,

1) male

2) 30-40

3) yes

4) Military

5) Intermidiate

6) sometimes

7) self-built

8) WW2

9) yes

10) don't know off hand
Trevor Where am I going and why am I in this handbasket?
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    August 2003
  • From: USA
Posted by mtollens on Wednesday, October 8, 2003 9:11 AM



1) Are you Male or Female? Male

2) Which age group do you fit into? 30-40

3) Are you interested in scale modelling? yes

4) What do you mostly model?
Military models

5) How would you rate your modelling skill level?
intermediate

6) Do you use scenery with your models? rarely

7) If yes, do you mostly use
Plastic or resin scenery Card scenery Self-built scenery
Other (please specify)

8) Which period do you mostly model?
Modern day

9) Would you like to see more low cost scenery on the market? Of course

10) What new piece of scenery would you most like to see (ie church, bridge etc.)?
Aircraft hangars

Max Tollens "plastic surgeon"
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