Carrier deck JPEG needed

Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by Texman, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. Texman

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    Howdy again ya'll,

    I am working on an A-4, and am in need of a jpg of the deck of
    a Forrestal era carrier to pose it on. I don't necessarily need the
    entire deck, perhaps just an elevator, cat, or the 3 wire section.

    Thanks

    Ray
  2. Bowdenja

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    Hey Ray,

    That sounds like something everybody could use! Post pictures when you get finished........please.

    I'll see what I can find............we sould be able to come up with something.

    john
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  4. Gil

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    Ray,

    Who is the model publisher, and what's the scale and which dash number?

    Gil
  5. Bowdenja

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  6. Texman

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    Gil,

    The model is a beta done by Rob Carleen. I am building it
    to 1/144, so my base will actually fit on a 4x4 ceramic tile.

    Ray
  7. jrts

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    Hi Ray

    E-mail me with what you need to finish of your project and I will get it over to you ASAP

    jrts@supanet.com

    Rob
  8. ripper

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    Hi all, I guess that a carrier deck is not the only thing everybode could use... What about a concrete deck (I would need something like that for my F-16 1/32...) Any ideas?
  9. jrts

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    Hi

    Get hold of a photo of the surfae you want to use and run it through a paint program.
    Paint Shop is a good one or MS Paint.
    You can down scale it to what ever size you want.

    It does work as I have used this method before.
    If you have any problems doing it e-mail me the photo and what scale you want it in and I will do it for you

    Rob
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    Thanks George.............looking forward to new project!

    I for see Merik's Corsair on this soon!

    john
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