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Here comes a brief story of a forums for model kit builders. This is community for model kit builders by model kit builders which I’m part of for sometime now. No matter what your hobby of choice is, chances are that there will be several community forums for you to choose from. Problem is, that although community forums brings the best of some people, also brings the worse of some others protected by the shroud of anonymity. Forums are a great tool for interacting with other people that share the same interests and hobbies you love. Again, the problem is those that are not willing to play by the rules that are based mostly on common sense and respect, than those written terms of use.

Agape Models is hosted by fellow modeller Jon Bius under a 100% christian community. Jon has done a great job building a humble community that thrives on reciprocal respect between members, technical help, tips, trades a good group of friendly members willing to help on basically any subject. The forum interaction does not goes with abrasive or incisive comments. There are different point of views of course, but opinion, comments and suggestions are versed in the most educated fashion.

As an ex-forum host myself (photography related), a community forum is a place where you come to spend time and have a good time while at it. Why visiting a community forum should be the motive of pointless discussions, flame wars and make your forum experience one filled with stress? Jon and his staff of moderators have managed to make Agape Models a great place to hang around. Kudos to Jon & Co for such a nice community for model kit builders.

George Collazo

Registration requires approval. If you really think this is the kind of community and atmosphere you want to be part of, contact Jon Bius.

George Collazo
George Collazo

George has been hosting review sites and blogging about toy collectibles, travel, digital photography and Nikon digital imaging since 1998. His first model kit build was a Testors 1/35 DODGE WC-54 in 1984.