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Old 02-07-2011, 03:23 PM
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I appreciate this tutorial as well. Would it be alright to unfold the model with e.g. Flattery?
And do you have a list of recommended plug-ins one ought to get?

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Hello Leif. No I have not had any luck with Flattery. I downloaded it, but could never quite get it up to speed. I did however whip Pepakura into shape, but not without a lot of trial and error.

The Ruby Scripts are as follows.
Link to site to download these. They are free beta versions and work fine but you have to register to get these. This link takes you to the Plugin
index. Great site. But not all plugins work as expected so proceed with caution.
http://forums.sketchucation.com/view...?f=323&t=28782

Curviloft by Fredo 6
Fredo Library Required for above to work
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Old 02-07-2011, 03:25 PM
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I saw this at Cosford when I was there in Sep 09 - it has the looks of a real grunter although it could be like the X-3 and just look the part, I don't know...I didn't take as many pictures as I would have like because I only had the one SD card for the camera and no facility (since addressed with a netbook) to download them onto another media...I was amazed that while all these museums sell all varieties of spare batteries, not one sold any form of memory card so I had to ration by snapping...

The two I did get of the 188 show off well its unusual air-brakes if you wanted to include them as a feature...
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I saw this at Cosford when I was there in Sep 09 - it has the looks of a real grunter although it could be like the X-3 and just look the part, I don't know...I didn't take as many pictures as I would have like because I only had the one SD card for the camera and no facility (since addressed with a netbook) to download them onto another media...I was amazed that while all these museums sell all varieties of spare batteries, not one sold any form of memory card so I had to ration by snapping...

The two I did get of the 188 show off well its unusual air-brakes if you wanted to include them as a feature...
Nice shots, I wish I could see it in person. But I do however have a treasure trove of information on this plane. The speed brakes are rather clunky, but probably not bad for 1950.
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For some reason the pics didn't come thru before. They look great now!
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For some reason the pics didn't come thru before. They look great now!
You caught me in a post edit, I was fixing some images when you were looking.
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I admire your work and hope to see more!
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Old 02-08-2011, 10:46 AM
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Hei, mldixon.
Very interesting subject.
And very rare bird.
What scale are you going to design the model, please?
And, will be possible to obtain this wonderful model?
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Old 02-08-2011, 12:43 PM
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Where, if I may ask, did you get t he 3/4 views of the A/C?

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Mike...just saw a design thread for the T.188 at Kartonbau...some of the reference images might be useful...Simon
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Old 02-11-2011, 05:17 PM
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Mike...just saw a design thread for the T.188 at Kartonbau...some of the reference images might be useful...Simon
Well now that is quite interesting. I am a member there, but never thought to look at the site for this model.
I must say thought that my model is going in a completely different way than his.
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