ScaleACT is the ACTSMS Annual Competition and Exhibition.
ScaleACT-19 was held over the weekend of 9th ~ 10th November 2019 at Kaleen High School and was our biggest and best event yet with over 560 (566 to be exact) models entered and huge numbers of visitors.
The dust is still settling after ScaleACT-19 but we have commenced planning ScaleACT-20, specifically, we can announce the subjects for our annual Special Competitions, the Kittyhawk Cup, Sentinel Shield and Grail!
- ScaleACT-19 Results
- Kittyhawk Cup
- Sentinel Shield
- The Grail
- Best Open Wheeler
- ScaleACT-18 Results
- ScaleACT-17 Results
- ScaleACT-16 Results
We are very grateful for the support we received from our sponsors who help make winning a category that much sweeter for the recipients of their generosity – thanks everyone!
Our sponsors for ScaleACT-19 were even more generous than usual, here’s the full list:
Model Art Australia – “Best of Show” award
Platypus Publications – “Member’s Choice” award
ACTSMS Life Members group – “People’s Choice” award
Runway 13 “Kittyhawk Cup” and the “Masochist’s” award
Ronnel’s Hobbies – “Sentinel Shield” award
The Scale Modellers Supply – “Best Painted Model” award
IPMS Ottawa & IPMS Farnborough are kindly sponsoring the “Best Commonwealth Model” award
RAAF Association (ACT Branch) – “Best RAAF Model in Show”
Red Roo is sponsoring a massive three awards:
– “1/48 WWII Single Engine Allied” judging category
– “1/72 WWII Single Engine Allied” judging category
– As Red Roo are the new Australian distributors for Arma Hobby kits, they are also providing a trophy for the “Best Arma Hobby model” at Scale ACT 19
ACTSMS member Michael Cooper is sponsoring both the “Military Aircraft. 1/32 – WW2” AND “Military Aircraft. 1/32 – Post WW2” judging categories
Special RAAF award for Junior modellers
The RAAF Association (ACT Branch) is offering a special juniors (<13yrs) award. If a junior enters a model of an RAAF subject, they will be in the running for a special prize (one prize only will be available, and the choice of the winner will be made by our special guest RAAF Association judge).
If no juniors enter an appropriate RAAF model, the prize will instead become part of the “Best RAAF Model in Show”.