About Us

The Secret Society of Model Builders is a plastic scale model club in the San Diego, California Area.  Come out and join us!  It is just a bunch of people who love building and talking about models.  

The Secret Society of Model Builders meets the SECOND Sunday of EACH month.  Our doors open aprox. 6PM and meeting runs until about 9PM. (some meetings will go longer some may go shorter, it is up to us)

We meet at “At Ease Games”
8990 Miramar Rd #140
San Diego, CA 92126

https://www.facebook.com/ateasegames

 

Dues: Adults are asked for $5 dues per month to help support club activities.
(Please ask to see the by-laws and treasury statement anytime you have a question about dues or money)

Meeting information will be posted monthly Before the meeting and after the meeting on this this site.

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    • Reply To: NEW ORDER OF T-SHIRTS
      Sounds like a plan! -C
      wowmonkey
    • Reply To: NEW ORDER OF T-SHIRTS
      So bring your money
      bigobear
    • NEW ORDER OF T-SHIRTS
      Ok I have talked to the t-shirt company. We can do multiple colors as long as the design and ink are the same. I am guesstamating the shirts are going to be about $25.00 each. I would like to use a different shirt because the Hanes beefy t’s didn’t fit well. I will bring my computer for the Sept. meeting so we can place get the order taken care of.
      bigobear
    • Reply To: Toko Aviatik Berg DI 1/72 scale
      Work continues on the Berg, cockpit is partially installed, the decaling started with that nice camo print. I was wondering where the machine guns were on the kit sprue, well, I found them molded to each side of the fuselage…… yuk, add a barrel once it is glued up. I guess it will be ok once it is glued together. some reinforcement for the instrument panel a
      modelmonkey
    • Toko Aviatik Berg DI 1/72 scale
      a new project to replace the Tamiya Skyray, part of the 20 models in 20 weeks building program. The box art the scheme I will build Decals The p/e for rigging 3 holes drilled for the rudder and elevator wires Instrament panel the engine the kit, flash and all this plane is cool too! More to come as the build goes on….. on paper, this is a 3 week project.
      modelmonkey
    • Reply To: Takom Skoda 30 CM howitzer
      looking good
      bigobear
    • Reply To: revell and the new Star Wars models
      They are. What was said was Bandai is doing the new stuff and they have the Star Wars license for Japan. Revell has license for Euorpe and they are suppose to be adding three new models from the new movie coming out this year.
      bigobear
    • Reply To: Soviet KV II Big Turret
      Carlos Salazar printed me some red slogan decals to use for this project, unfortunately when applied to the green paint they did not stay bold and red….. So, on to plan 2. During a meeting at IPMS Tijuana, Carlos showed us a technique for winter cammo. It was very easy, he just sprayed some Tamiya Flat White over the basecoat of his model, waited till it set
      modelmonkey
    • Reply To: revell and the new Star Wars models
      I thought Bandai was doing a line of 1/48th Star Wars stuff along with larger, 1/12?, Stormtrooper and darth vader figures.
      modelmonkey
    • Reply To: Takom Skoda 30 CM howitzer
      OK, work continues on the Skoda…… Hey, have you heard? Takom is doing the 40CM Skoda howitzer next!! But, anyway here is some progress shots. Just before weathering is started. Oil Dot Filters going on, after the light wash of burnt umber. more to come
      modelmonkey