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    Default And Now for Something Completely Different

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    Never done a F7 before as a repaint but was asked if I could try here what I have so far.

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    I'd say it looks pretty good so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebnertra000 View Post
    I'd say it looks pretty good so far
    The trucks were the hardest to complete, took about four trys to get it correct. I just have a few details to fix on this one like the winter hatch and a few other grey spots to weather and I think I have it done.

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    This model is getting better and better each day. I love it!

    I can point out the mapping for the foot steps if you'd like to try and dirty them up.

    I could also mark out the grab irons if need to be? That one is a little tricky though.

    Robert

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    A Jaw-dropping WOWWIE, WOW, WOW, WOW from me !! That is amazing Michelle !!

    And I love the Monty Python catchy title to the thread here
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    Hi Mark,

    We've been working on Milw stuff quietly for a little while.

    I hope everyone will enjoy them.

    Robert

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    "A man with two"...er, uh, I mean fantastic job, Michelle!
    Neil

    Here at home, in the railroad mayhem capital of the world.

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    Okay I need some advice from some of you. I can't seem to make the side emblem actually lay correctly. it's is streched on the side and normal on the nose. I was wondering if a FA would adress this issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsSheare View Post
    Okay I need some advice from some of you. I can't seem to make the side emblem actually lay correctly. it's is streched on the side and normal on the nose. I was wondering if a FA would adress this issue?

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    try squishing the logo on the texture

    the text looks stretched too

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    What base model are you using Michel?
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