Step 2) Click Sign up in the top right corner of the screen, next to search.
Step 3) Enter your information, it's not much, name, email (you can use yours, or make a gmail account), age (although, I think putting your age up is not the best idea, especially minors), etc.
Step 4) After entering the information, click "Sign me up"
Step 5) some message may pop up about photobucketpro or some other paying product, just click "No thanks"
to upload from photo bucket is actually rather easy
Step 1) sign in or create account
Step 2) click the green button "Upload Images and Videos"
Step 3) Step 2 should cause a window to pop up with your documents, you have to find your pictures and double click on them it. To upload multiple, highlight all you want, then click "open". It'll take longer to upload the more pictures you have, so go back and browse the Forumini
Step 4) A screen will pop up with small preview pictures of what you've uploaded. Click "Save" at the bottom
Step 5) That'll take you to a screen with small pictures of everything you've uploaded in the album your using. You can make albums for organization, but I don't use them.
From Photobucket to the Forumini:
Step 1) when viewing your album, simply putting the mouse over the picture you want will cause a box to appear below. It will have 4 lines of options, go to the last one that says "IMG code"
Step 2) Click, on the right side of the box, the IMG code line (it should say "http://" at the front of it)
Step 3) right click and copy the code line.
Step 4) go to your post in the forumini and paste (crt+v or right click and 'paste')
These I white glued to pennies. I then painted them white. After these had dried, I use a gray-blue paint to cover the edges . . . and you will note that while most have a lot of white water surface, some have much less . . . these latter are for the 8" or 10" main batteries instead of the 12" ones (which show more white).
Jeff, "Great Endeavors" also has Huston's ships! I have been looking for these off and on for awhile and was afraid that Stone Mountain had buried them long ago. Looks like someone else has them and are selling through Great Endeavors, thanks for the link for these!
I'm sorry, Larry, I thought that everyone knew that Great Endeavors carried the Houston 1/1000 Pre-Dreads. I have a few and they are generally quite nice . . . although a couple need some "clean-up" for flash.