spitfire MKvb jan zumbach

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  1. ellis995

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    Hi guy's this is the model that i am waiting for

    spitfire mkvb jan zumbach.jpg


    more pics of parts etc when it arrives
     
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    Look forward to the pics mate!:D
     
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    Me too, wanna see what new tooling has been done to make the MkV.
     
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    I'm especially with all here.:D
     
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    with any luck it should be here tomorrow

    i'll post pics of parts etc when it finally arrives
     
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    arrived at 1300hrs everything seems ok pics to come when camera batteries charged
     
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    Hi guy's

    i tred to to put pics on here for 1 hour but to noavale :evil: :oops:

    so i have had to put them here Flickr: ellis995's Photostream

    Sorry for the poor quality in the pics guy's
     
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    #8 ellis995, May 12, 2009
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    hi guy's
    mods can you resize the pics please
    i hope you's can see this pic of some of the parts for the SPITFIRE MK. vb model 1/24 View attachment 92638
     

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    #9 Wurger, May 12, 2009
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    Done , but the next time please, resize pictures before you can post them. If you don't know how to do it you can use the Irfanview pic browser.It is free software and you can download it from the Net.:)
     
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    Wow that kits big! should make for a cool build
     
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    thanks Wurger

    i did not know how to resize pics. Sorry for the inconveniance
     
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    it is a big bird 109roaming

    looking forward to build this but will not start for a couple of day's as i am waiting for paints to paint cockpit
     
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    Not too bad a kit got room for it once it's built?
     
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    Oh... You don't need to apologizse it's Ok.I did it with my pleasure.The one pic is nothing comparing to ten or more I would have to resize.
     
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    Thanks again Wurger:oops:

    there are more picks of little bits i have started and painted on my photostream as i am having great difficulty resizing my pics:oops:

    Thanks for looking

    Keith
     
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    Loks an interesting kit, although the bottom of the wing seems to be the Mk I wing; I'm guessing the kit hs parts to make it the MkV wing though.
    To re-size your pics quickly and easily, do as Wurger suggested, download (free) Irfanview. You will be able to resize quickly and easily, and up to about 800 x 600 is OK for the forum.
     
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    Hi Terry

    downloaded that free Irfanview thing and i must admit i am hopless at things like this.

    Will try to get it up and running tomorrow. ( fingers x )
     
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    #18 Wurger, May 13, 2009
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    It is quite easy. Open a picture with the Irfanview.You can do it using the File menu at the top bar of the program ( on left) or using the yellow folder icon at the same area or simply click twice on the picture icon ( if Irfanview is your main pic browser - all pic icons have a flat , red squirrel shape.). In the case the Irfanview will be started automatically with the pic opened.Then hit the 'Ctrl" and "R" button together.The requester for resizing will be opened.Here you can set a pic size you want.On right you should have a list with standard sizes and on left side you can set it manually.When your pic is resized , save it with the disk icon.You can be asked for a pic name but if you leave the old the pic will be saved in the same place on HDD with the same name.In the case you will be asked for confimation of replacing the already existed file ( pic)
     
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    Thanks Wurger

    I will give it a try tomorrow.
     
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    Let me or Terry know if you have any troubles.
     
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