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  1. Clave

    Clave Well-Known Member

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    I have started a range of mouse mats featuring my aircraft, more will be added all the time, so keep checking in :) WS-Clave's deviantART Gallery
     
  2. Wurger

    Wurger Siggy Master
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    Hallo Clave,

    This is one of greatest profile collections I've ever seen.Congrats friend.
    :D :D :D :D :thumbleft: :D :D :D :D
     
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    No kidding. Fantastic work Clave.
     
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    syscom3 Pacific Historian

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    Wheres the P38 mats?
     
  5. Clave

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    There's always one... :p

    But I will do a P-38 one day, I promise... :D
     
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    Others I'd like to see....

    Hellcat
    Wildcat
    P-47b
    Black Widow
    King Cobra
    Lavochkin LA-5/7/9
    Zero
    George
    Ki-61

    And because those are "easy", (ha ha) What about....
    B-25
    Mosquito
    Ju-88
    Me-410
    Me-110

    There..........now you have something to do!!! :)

    Seriously, how long does it take you to do these?
     
  7. Clave

    Clave Well-Known Member

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    It that all? :lol:

    I will have to see what I can do... :shock:

    Of course things have gone a bit pear-shaped recently, and being made redundant very soon may mean this stuff taking a back seat... :|
     
  8. Clave

    Clave Well-Known Member

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    I missed that bit..

    It's something like... 25 - 30 hours from scratch depending on how good the source material is that I can find, and complexity etc.

    Once I have a finished aircraft, say a P-47-D20, I can make a new one from that in 4 or 5 hours, as long as it stays a D20, not say, a D40 or something with structural changes, they take a lot longer..

    I think this explains why: http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/personal-gallery/not-really-tutorial-10964.html

    :D
     
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    Cool set of profile's Clave, wish I had some of that talent.
     
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    nice work clave! :thumbleft:
     
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    ccheese Member In Perpetuity
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    Clave: Add a Japanese "Rufe" to that list and you'll have a friend for
    life.... They do look great...

    Charles
     
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    Great work :)

    Talented!
     
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    Just checked out your site Clave, Wurger and Micdrow have hit the nail on the head! Top stuff mate.
     
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