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Re: new aircraft and repaints

Postby Mayfly » Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:25 pm

hmmmm a nice pair of frilly nets I think. :))
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Re: new aircraft and repaints

Postby Dan4th » Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:41 pm

Venetian Blinds?

Blackout Curtains would be appropriate.......

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Re: new aircraft and repaints

Postby Saracenman » Sat Aug 08, 2009 2:01 pm

Dougs wrote:.....i will send you it apon my return.........


you Sir are a gentleman - thanks! :D

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Re: new aircraft and repaints

Postby Dan4th » Sun Aug 09, 2009 12:16 pm

Hey, Dougs.........

When are you due back from the Frozen North???

Danf.

Just another note:

On your next trip to Manchester, Connecticut, you will
be close to the USN's Submarine Museum in Groton, CT.
It's under 40 miles from where you will be and is highly
recommended by those who've been there.

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Re: new aircraft and repaints

Postby Dougs » Sun Aug 09, 2009 8:02 pm

Dan4th wrote:Hey, Dougs.........

When are you due back from the Frozen North???

Danf.

Just another note:

On your next trip to Manchester, Connecticut, you will
be close to the USN's Submarine Museum in Groton, CT.
It's under 40 miles from where you will be and is highly
recommended by those who've been there.

D.

going home on the 14th

and thanks for the heads up i wont have any time on this trip but maybe next time ;)
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Re: new aircraft and repaints

Postby Roving » Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:38 am

Dougs wrote:ok change of plan i was going to make another vulcan b1 prototype, however while looking arround for pictures i found the avro 707a (mini vulcan) so i will have a go at this one instead

ok this is where i have got so far:
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now i have got the tricky bits to do like the flaps, elevators and landing gear, cockpit windows etc etc



I know it's and old post but that does look good Dougs!
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Re: new aircraft and repaints

Postby Dougs » Thu Nov 15, 2012 1:57 pm

been repainting my B1 Vulcans using FSrepaint Fantastic software as you can see the modifications in real time
before note the panels near the back of the wing dont match up
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managed to fit them up to the wing nicely now;
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