Montreal, Qc, Canada - UDISCO .. largest canadian's hobby wholesaler! Huge selection, 2 floors!
Quick update on greater Pittsburgh. I haven't been to AB Charles in a couple of years, but they were a great place for scale models and related supplies. Toby Tyler's is also on my list of places to visit, I think all of the better stores are out the suburbs (where I rarely venture). I mostly do furniture and human-scale stuff, so what I need for work/art comes from raw materials shops like Curbel Plastics, Allegheny Plywood, and Noftz for sheet metal. They're very business oriented places so the prices are low but delivery is expensive, don't visit without a truck or trailer. Artist & Craftsman in Squirrel Hill usually has the paint or oddball glue I want and they have good hours and much better prices than the CMU art store in the UC. I also rely upon McMaster Carr for a lot of stuff because ground UPS shipping often arrives in 1-2 days. I suggested it to a friend who was looking for odd-sized screws, he placed an order around 3pm and it showed up the next day.
Just wondering is there anything (apart from the obvious Hobbylobby, etc) in and around Las Vegas?
AAA Hobbies in Magnolia, NJ.
706 White Horse Pike
Magnolia, NJ 08049
Unfortunately, Avenel hobbies has closed as of last spring.-Colonia, Avenel Hobbies (per Go Flight,#73)
I'm in Northern Italy, near Pordenone. Anyone know of any good model shops in the region?