**** FINISHED: 1/33 Vickers Vimy - From WW1 to WW2 GB

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  1. deckape

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    #1 deckape, Jan 17, 2013
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    Ahoy
    Here are the finished pictures of My vickers Vimy Group build No.16

    Username - Deckape
    Name - Boats
    Catagory - Intermediate
    Kit - Vickers Vimy - Model Kartonowy
    Scale 1/33
    Accessories - None
     

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    Simply amazing how you get complex curves and such out of paper! A true work of art, it is wonderful to see!
     
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    Sorry Boats... these images aren't enough for judging. Please check on how these correct pictures should look like. Just check a few threads with finished models in the previous GB#15 and take a new set. Then post it again.

    BTW... she looks very nice.
     
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    Okay Wojtek I will do that
    Boats
     
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    Sure looking forward to those new pic's Boats for this is one beaut build and will be well worth the extra effort.

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    Good onya Boats.......

    Have a suggestion for getting a better photo of your builds. This is the method of most here and works pretty well.
    Just take some heavy paper stock, white or cream color if it's a darker colored finish on the plane, and maybe a shade of grey if it's lighter.
    Just rest it so it makes a backdrop and base, do it indoors or in the shade outside and use a flash. Doing this the background is a seamless color.
    Hope this makes life a little easier for your pictures Boats. Your build deserves a nice shot for submitting.

    Cheers,
    Barnacle Bill
     

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    Fantastic Boats, very well done mate!
     
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    Done a great job Boats!
     
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    Looking great,

    If you can't find the stock and need to improvise quickly, use printer paper and make a couple overlaping sheets, works kinda :S I just purchased some Paper for posters in white from the Buck or Two, so we'll see how that works :D
     
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