P-51D Mustang

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  1. Trebor

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    Got red crosses....:(
     
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    Looks nice. :thumbleft:
     
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    Me too...:(
     
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    Lovely build! :)
     
  6. Airframes

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    Got the deviantart page O.K.
    Is it your model, or are you just showing someone else's example? Couldn't figure out which.
     
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    Yep Terry the Deviantart site is accessible but try to click the pic.
     
  8. Trebor

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    no, it's my model

    and what the deuce do you mean you have red crosses?
     
  9. Wurger

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    Robert ,these red crosses appear when there are some toubles with a pic accessing.Simply a system can't find them.Although these were upladed.It occurs when a pic is lost ( mostly moved or deleted ).And then a system informs an user that displaying is not possible using a square with a small red cross.A system keeps a path (pathes) to a pic but is unable to display it on a screen.
     
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    If you get the red cross (actually a red X) in a box, move your mouse across it, and the 'box' should expand, and show 'undefined'. Then, place the cursor on this box, and key-in 'Shift' and 'R'. The image should open 99% of the time.
    When I first tried on the P38 pics, the image was huge, with a prop spinner filling the screen. But when I went back to the page later, the image boxes weren't there, just the deviantart tag. No probs, got to see them in the end, at a reasonable size!
     
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    A good hint here Terry.Nice.:D
     
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    Nice colours!~
     
  14. Trebor

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    OH! XD I didn't know what the deuce y'all were talkin about. coulda said red "X" or something lol

    anywaysm thanks for the nice comments, guys!
     
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    nice work man!
     
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    I am building this same model as a gift for my Mother in Law, Marilyn. I haven't found many good reference photos time is becoming a premium. Can anyone help out? I have a protective case for it. Any other ideas to make this look nice for her?
     
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    Here you go, Corsair. Profile and pic from Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 1,
    'Mustang Aces of the Eighth Air Force', by Jerry Scutts.
    With a protective case, you won't need much more. Maybe a 'plain base' representing the hardstanding or grass, and perhaps a brass nameplate?
     

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    Brass name plate? GOOD IDEA! Thanks for the help!
     
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