Disclaimer

Followers of my humble blog are respectfully reminded that the work illustrated here was created by a non-technical person with no formal background in engineering or any technical subject.
I understand that some people may look down upon me for this but in the era when I left school, such career paths were going off the menu at an alarming pace and the option was denied. To be considered a lesser mortal for lacking these skills is something I find deeply insulting.
Therefore I just try to get by in a post industrial workplace and have taught myself any technical and artistic skills such as are displayed here.

What you see is what you get and I really don’t give a damn if you consider me worthy or not.

I’m just happy if you enjoy what I put up here, folks!

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16 thoughts on “Disclaimer

  1. First class degree? They should have been growing as a person, in the bar. Premier apprentice? They need to learn knowing everything about something isn’t the same as knowing everything about anything. Important work for the Government … we’ll skip that one 😉

    Lowly box shaker? Pull the other one.

    • Only the ones built in Glasgow, Pete. I assume they had a bit of running in from Eastfield during acceptance but very quickly found their way down to what would be their adopted homes in the south. None were ever based north of Cheshire to the best of my knowledge.

  2. Well Dave despite not having a technical education your modelling is top notch, certainly of a quality I aspire to. Don’t worry about the bully boys, deep down we all know they do it to hide their own failings.

  3. Well we can’t all tell Rolls-Royce how to do design and modelling, for me, is about the visual representation of the real thing. If you prefer hand crafting finely scaled working replicas then go ahead but please don’t judge those of that believe life is too short and want to actually run our models more than once a decade.

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