Bill Walls Bio

Name: Bill Walls

City: Monrovia

Year joined LAMS club: 2006

Favorite Subjects: Armor, WW II, Aircraft

How I got interested in building models: My older brother was the culprit

First model I ever built: Snap-Tight Sherman Tank

Method of painting I prefer: I like to Airbrush in Acrylics

Most challenging model kit I ever built: Putting together a Yamato
(I was swearing in Japanese) and I don’t speak it!

The finished model kit I am most proud of: Tamiya Marder III Dragon Hetzer’s

The worst project I ever did: building a Hobbycraft P-36

Since joining the LAMS Club I have learned “how to” or “improved”:
Painting techniques, washes, different groundwork methods, and more

Name something you would like to build or model that you’ve never attempted: Large Diorama

Did you ever destroy a model? If so, how did you do it? Yes!
I burned ships as a kid. Also threw many against a wall.

Have you entered any competitions? Yes

If yes, which ones? Valley Con, Orange Con

Received any Awards or Recognition? 2nd
Always getting better though

Every modeler purchases more kits than they can build. How many kits are in the garage, closet, or storage waiting to be built?
Take the Fifth on this one.

What is the one kit that you’ve searched for that you still can’t find?

What is the best part of the club for you? The people …….the smell of
plastic in the morning.