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Post by Tom Everitt AFG »

DH104 finished!

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Next one underway. Can you tell what it is yet :doh: :lol:

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VC10 also underway but it's going to take a while!

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Post by Garry Russell »

Very nice Tom :dance:

Look well on any wall :smile:

BTW I hope you left the tailplane tip off on the other side :roll:

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Post by Tom Everitt AFG »

Thanks Garry.

We're hoping to have some printed up and for sale at our first open day (April 1st & 2nd) Aswell as the Devon we are aiming to have Twin Pin, Dak, Rapide and Prentice ready, as these are the types available for pleasure flying.

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Post by Garry Russell »

In all honesty a good drawing like that is better than a photo

Everthing is more balanced and as such a better form of reference as well as a pretty object in it's own right

Already the Twin Pin looks good ever in the earlt stages as the outlines look to be very accurate

I good set like that could be a collectors item in many years time.

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Post by jonesey2k »

That looks very good! :smile:
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Post by DelP »

Hi Tom,

Very good indeed...no idea what that second one is though.. :think:

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Post by migeater0 »

How do you make those!! I've been wanted to make some for ages!!

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Post by Rich »

Looks Twinpinish but to many struts
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Post by Motormouse »

You'll need to be joining the 'Guild of Aviation Artists'' if you keep this up!

Nice work :dance:

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Post by igorski »

I was thinking twin pioneer too.

My ATC group is growing nicely, with the finished Vigilant, and Tutor almost done.

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