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Old 12-05-2019, 01:46 PM
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Already got the notch in the cowl flap covered.

Haven't done any panel lines yet. Those will be a PIA. Then more interior work.
Great job with the exhaust and notch Donamy, I believe I see a small flair on the flap where it goes around the pipe.??. Panel lines...well, I`ve painted them before, and yes, sometimes they can be a little frustrating. What are you going to be doing on the interior ???
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Old 12-05-2019, 03:00 PM
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What are you going to be doing on the interior ???
Ashtrays and cup holders ?
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Old 12-05-2019, 03:19 PM
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Ashtrays and cup holders ?
Don't forget the barf bags.

I still need to add throttle, mix and prop pulls. Oh, and the Johnson bar.
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Old 12-05-2019, 05:23 PM
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Don't forget the barf bags.

I still need to add throttle, mix and prop pulls. Oh, and the Johnson bar.
Sounds fantastic Donamy, if you want another detail to add to the interior, just ask, I have another mind, it would be real easy for you.
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Old 12-05-2019, 06:06 PM
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It's looking great it will be a cool addition to the swap pages.
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sounds like an excellent RF version of the Mooney M20c
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what is the numberic scale of the mooney.
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Old 12-07-2019, 01:34 PM
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The real Mooney wing span is 35', this one is 17'. So I guess that would be 1/2 scale.
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Got any teaser pics. for us Donamy..
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Nothing new yet. Working on the panel lines, plus had to take time to resize to 4096.
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Nothing new yet. Working on the panel lines, plus had to take time to resize to 4096.
Roger that,... not sure if you`ve been able to see the the diff. the resize makes yet, but you should notice it...
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Roger that,... not sure if you`ve been able to see the the diff. the resize makes yet, but you should notice it...
Yes, the lines were blurrier and had to be redone.
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Yes, the lines were blurrier and had to be redone.
Well, that sucks, I`ve been there and done that.., just out of curiosity,...are you using a "brush" or a "pen/pencil" for the lines, ...And, what paint program are you using???, I`ve wanted to try Photoshop, to cheap to buy it though...
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I use paint shop 6 for about 15 yrs. Lol
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Any update Donamy...???, I`ve been squirming in my chair all day...I need a fix ..
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