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PostPosted: 15 Aug 2012, 19:24 
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Some of my unfinished profiles ... :roll: :oops:

... then there are still the "old" profiles which need to be brought up to modern standards ... need another lifetime :wink:

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PostPosted: 15 Aug 2012, 19:25 
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And I thought I had too many things I wanted to do all at once...


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PostPosted: 15 Aug 2012, 21:03 
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There are plenty rainy day's in C.T.
For the last couple of years I have wondered when you were going to correct your errors, you just seem to head to a new topic. Running away? :lol:
Don't forget the nose gear correcton on the 2 seat Mirage's & Cheetah. :wink:


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PostPosted: 16 Aug 2012, 03:55 
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If rainy days are your thing Brent, you'd want to move over here!

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With the rain over the last few days, I see Kremlin has moved to things that float ... :lol:


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jeffreynic wrote:
There are plenty rainy day's in C.T.
For the last couple of years I have wondered when you were going to correct your errors, you just seem to head to a new topic. Running away? :lol:
Don't forget the nose gear correcton on the 2 seat Mirage's & Cheetah. :wink:
Thanks Jeffrey .. you & your eagle eye for detail are keeping me on my toes :wink:

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Profiles :?: Kremlin.....These are so good...that I still think they are photos of the real thing. Thanks for sharing your skill with us \:D/


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You never thought of the idea to start printing and selling your own decal sets? I think your quality will be superb! :smt023 =D>

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Brent have you done a update on the Buccaneer with the SAAF long range fuel tanks under the wings?

24 Sqdn on Facebook,is using a profile drawing of yours with the RAF long range tanks on a SAAF Buc.

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PostPosted: 17 Aug 2012, 13:50 
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Doug wrote:
Profiles :?: Kremlin.....These are so good...that I still think they are photos of the real thing. Thanks for sharing your skill with us \:D/
Thanks Doug :D

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You never thought of the idea to start printing and selling your own decal sets? I think your quality will be superb! :smt023 =D>
I'm more than happy to share what I do with anybody .. but for me this is a relaxing hobby ... once it becomes work + deadlines + stress ... I'll probably not enjoy doing it anymore.

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Brent have you done a update on the Buccaneer with the SAAF long range fuel tanks under the wings?

24 Sqdn on Facebook,is using a profile drawing of yours with the RAF long range tanks on a SAAF Buc.

Geoff
I just joined the 24sqdn group ... will definitively now have to fix those tanks !!!
Thanks for the prod geoff :wink:

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