Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

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Post by SeanG » 24 Aug 2014, 13:15

f4nutter wrote:looking good :D
I'll take that as a huge compliment from a pro :)

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Post by MIKE JG » 25 Aug 2014, 01:05

Love the models Jake!
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Post by aerogator » 25 Aug 2014, 11:29

:D Ray And Sean, they look fantastic! I see I've still got some work to do. I'll send updated models as soon as I have time. Big thanks to both of you! :)

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Post by Victory103 » 26 Aug 2014, 14:49

Gents a BIG thanks for doing these from someone that converted to Army fixed-wing 1.5yrs ago, nice to have these in the retro line up.
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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by aerogator » 02 Oct 2014, 14:24

Sean, sorry about the delay with the completion of the U-8. Life is kind of turned upside down right now. Still need to complete LOD's and gear doors. Hope to get things settled down again soon and have you an aircraft.

Thanks to everyone else for your patience. I know these are not crucial models but I will get them finished.

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Post by SeanG » 02 Oct 2014, 14:30

aerogator wrote:Sean, sorry about the delay with the completion of the U-8. Life is kind of turned upside down right now. Still need to complete LOD's and gear doors. Hope to get things settled down again soon and have you an aircraft.

Thanks to everyone else for your patience. I know these are not crucial models but I will get them finished.
Hey don't sweat it, life has a way of getting in the way of our hobbies ;-)

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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by jgowing » 13 Jun 2015, 12:46

Jake,

I realize I'm coming late to this, but I have some thoughts for paints I'd like to try for the C-45..

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Post by TheFoufure » 13 Jun 2015, 13:09

Hello.

What about the OV-1 and the Bell Huey projects ?

Very good work. Congratulation.

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Post by aerogator » 15 Jun 2015, 15:51

Hey guys, I haven't been monitoring the forums lately so I'm a little late getting back.
I sent quite a few of these models' files to Mike P and others to finish for me because I haven't got the time right now.
I know Mike is about to release some stuff in the next few weeks but the Huey and the Mohawk are not among them. Hopefully we can get them out at some point. I think someone else is working on a Huey also and I agree it would be a great addition to the flightsim world.
Just hang in there. I can remember when Henry T released the F16 and the C141 and C 130 so we'll get the models eventually. :D

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Post by jgowing » 15 Jun 2015, 18:12

Thankyou, Jake, and to all who are helping; time is the thing we never have enough of. My enthusiasm is all the keener because I'm teaching myself to paint..

Looking forward to some really special planes; it's well worth the wait. Thanks again.

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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by aerogator » 16 Jun 2015, 14:03

You're welcome Jon. Hope the wait won't be too long. I think you will like what Mike Pearson is doing. Just watch AVSIM over the next week or so. :D

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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by mins » 05 Oct 2015, 08:31

hi...
uh-1, ov-1...c-45..etc...
any update?...
keep it up...
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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by aerogator » 08 Oct 2015, 15:49

Check here for C-45: http://rayparker-repaints.jimdo.com/
Ray has done some paints.
I'm trying to clean up some unfinished business on some projects that are very close: High wing Pipers mostly, bur also Otter, Beaver, and Twin Bonanza and Queen Air.

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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by mins » 12 Oct 2015, 01:43

hmmm...
Related content is deleted or nothing to the Ray's Site.
keep it up...

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Post by aerogator » 12 Oct 2015, 01:55

You might try again. I just accessed it.

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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by mins » 12 Oct 2015, 02:47

I know. accessed is.
However, C-45 no story details.

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Post by f4nutter » 12 Oct 2015, 13:19

mins wrote:I know. accessed is.
However, C-45 no story details.

do you mean i have to write a book or something ???

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Post by gsnde » 12 Oct 2015, 16:37

Ray, could it be that he wanted to say that he can't find the C-45 there? I did a quick check myself because I have not listed her in my reference and I can't spot her.
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Re: Coming Soon to an Army airfield near you

Post by clickclickdoh » 12 Oct 2015, 17:03

f4nutter wrote:do you mean i have to write a book or something ???
There once was a C-45 form Nantucket...

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Post by f4nutter » 12 Oct 2015, 20:24

clickclickdoh wrote:
f4nutter wrote:do you mean i have to write a book or something ???
There once was a C-45 form Nantucket...[/quote
its wings were made from a bucket..

no really its not released yet.

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