Short Singapore

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Re: Short Singapore

Postby TASSE » Sun Dec 06, 2009 5:04 pm

Thats coming good keep it going .

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Re: Short Singapore

Postby dogsbody » Mon Dec 07, 2009 5:12 am

Nice! That'll be a " Right click and save " when finished.
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Re: Short Singapore

Postby JMSmith » Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:52 pm

getting closer :lol:

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right click and save will show you the full image
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Re: Short Singapore

Postby dogsbody » Sun Dec 20, 2009 1:15 am

Very nice, John. That's coming along well.
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with a uniform to wear,
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and something to shoot at?"
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Re: Short Singapore

Postby JMSmith » Sun Dec 20, 2009 6:33 pm

playing with markings,

couple from 203sq, anyone know the serial for ace of spades!!!

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Re: Short Singapore

Postby JMSmith » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:45 am

propellers anyone :P

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10 layers on each one bryan. but just change the base colour for the different ones and remove the metal leading edge layer for those without.
dead easy!

and if you believe that ,you believe in the tooth fairey
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Re: Short Singapore

Postby seawings » Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:56 pm

Hi John,

Well, I'm following all of your work and I have to say that you are good, very good. I never realised that there was so much work involved.

I'm looking forward to putting all the finished profiles into the SEAWINGS Flying Boat Shop as prints that we can sell........................(dream sequence starts....................)


...............................we sell thousands, become Millionaires, employ hundreds to do what we have done, then relax on a beach in Barbados with Reggie, The Cameraman, serving us cold beer every twenty minutes, as we gaze out into the ocean where our newly-built 'C' Class Empire sits gently bobbing in the surf, engines just tinkling from the last flight we took 10 mins ago carrying very special passengers on a sight-seeing tour of our vast estate (TASSE, Pondskater, FlyerNZ, Bumble, Empire Sunset, TonyR and Dogsbody et al............) as ML814 fly's overhead carrying fresh provision's from a land far away for the remaining 92 Forum members all of whom managed to build their favourite flying boat, at absolutely no-cost to themselves, and joined us in the permanent sunshine of a land far, far away, forever.................................



....................Boy, this Southern Comfort goes right to your head if you drink enough of it, don't it! ;)

Still, it's my birthday, so I can dream what I want just for one day.......................................! :D

Heh, heh!

Mind you, I feel that tomorrow my head's gonna hurt..............I blame all the dreaming, meself.............hard work on the brain...!!
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Re: Short Singapore

Postby JMSmith » Sat Jan 09, 2010 4:36 pm

WAKE UP BRYAN!,

you should have been back at work a week ago :lol:

anyway heres the first one, all done bar the shouting, just a few little bit to add that i forgot :oops:

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opp's nearly forgot to show you the lewis gun, spent all christmas doing this and the scarff ring

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if you right click and save the aircraft you will see the gun mounted on the rear
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Re: Short Singapore

Postby seawings » Sat Jan 09, 2010 4:41 pm

Isn't the gun a trifle over-scale for the Singapore, John..........?

Just a thought. ;) ;)
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Re: Short Singapore

Postby JMSmith » Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:08 pm

did you not watch Vulter squadron with dick dastardly when you was little!


" stop the pidgeon, stop the pidgeon, stop the pidgeon now" this is one of clunks inventions.
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