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PostPosted: Sat May 10, 2008 6:08 am 
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the moment I do their Bristol Blenheim and hope to finish it the next days

Looking forward to seeing your Blenheim, Edi :D.


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yoteman,
would you mind sending me your new P-40 BW file if possible? there is a few early war paint schemes I'd like to do...

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yoteman could you send me the revise b&w file to?


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I will send the revised B&W in to Chip so he can post it. I'm pretty uncomfortable with the ideal of emailing it direct.


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that works, and if ya do that anybody that has the P-40 can access it

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OK just got an email back from Chip, he has the file and will put it up in the folder as soon as they are finished moving the site over to the new server


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I haven't done any models in a while and I was recently reminded that the new school year is starting in a couple of weeks, and the school library air force is in need of aircraft.

Here are a couple that I have recently done. As they were new colors I naturally had to make some changes to the alignment of the insignia etc. I also re-worked both of the canopies since I printed these.

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My son was with this squadron last summer in Virginia. They only fly F-18's now but they were the first active squadron to use the A-7.

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I always liked the exotic paint schemes and some of the best were the Tigermeet paint jobs. This one is from the 2005 TMOTA.


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Not a Fiddlers Green model but one that I needed in my collection badly. It is 1/60 so I had to up-size the stand to fit the large size models.

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Is that Stahlharts" F-18? I love the "Chippy-HO" scheme.


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Yes it is.


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Nice F-18 :mrgreen:

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