If you're looking for MaxModels, look no
farther...you're here! MaxModels is
Why the change? Well, MaxModels, while it seemed like a good idea a couple of years ago, actually caused a couple of problems. There was also the problem of confusion with Max Decals, which won't be a problem anymore.
The name change was also prompted by a big new change here. I've arranged with John Carlton of C&H Aerominiatures to start purchasing the molds and masters for his conversion sets. I'm very excited about this as his sets are all great sets and very well regarded. John was looking for an opportunity to work his way out of the business, and I was looking for a way to get deeper into it. A mutual friend made the introduction, and here we are.
I've committed to buying four sets to begin with, the TAV-8B, F-101A/C, RF-101C, and the A-1E. I'll be starting off with the TAV-8B, and I hope to have it back in production by the first of the year.
I'll be changing the branding of my bases and any future resin products to the ghi models brand. The Dying Sun decals, since they are already printed, will stay MaxModels, but any future decals will be under the ghi models brand as well.
So, if you're looking for MaxModels stuff, you're in the right place, and if you've been directed here from the C&H site, you're in the right place too!
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Also, please note that MaxModels is not affiliated with or part of Maxdecals. Joe Maxwell is the very nice fellow behind Maxdecals, and pointed out to me that there could be some confusion between our two enterprises. Being that Joe started his business well before I did, I consider it very kind that he didn't ask or insist that I change my business name.
BUT, if you are looking for Maxdecals, you'll need to visit their website - Maxdecals