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Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by josve, Jan 22, 2008.
Ok, Johnny, thank you. Now I can begin mine, using yours as my guide.
Thanks a lot for your kind words guys!!
LOL I'm not sure if you should use my build as a guide Gerardo
I had my eyes on your G8 build, which is basically the same plane, when I did mine!
thanks for sharing.
I did a photoshoot at the airfield....
Your airplane looks really, really, nice and well build. As always, I learn a lot with your builds.
Thanks for sharing your work, Johnny. And, what will be the next?
Next out will be definately raising the level.....I'm going to try the P51D "Petie" from Halinski....
Johnny, great photos!!
Can you mention what you used as the grass-like carpet and the background?
The "carpet" is bought in a hobby store for modeltrains. I got it a couple of years ago,thought it might come handy one day.....and it did
The background is almost too silly to mention......it's the winxp background called happyness or something like that printed out, and one of the pics is mirrored and the two are connected.
hamr it would never occurred to me... me who stays in front of computers all day long!!
I want to see your P51D progresses soon... :yep:
Here are the final shot of the Me109.I made a new prop.....
I added the omboard climbing pilot called "Hans"
I have called this scene Scramble!!
Great looking job Johnny. Were you able to rebuild the prop without having to rebuild the spinner?
I also built the spinner,but didn't use it since I managed to get the blades off after using some brutal force on the old spinner
But I didn't dare to do that before I had built a new one just in case it would been destroyed in my attempt to get the blades off...