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Thread: FR B-24J Liberator WIP

  1. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by mike_cyul View Post
    That would be page 12 of the manual, item #7 (rear cockpit, left side, first bolt on the sheet metal behind canopy tubular frame, just above the canopy latch handle).
    Thanks Mike! I thought I went through the manual well enough, but I only did it meticulously for the single seater. Kinda glossed over the dual seater.

  2. #27
    This plane is going to be a painter's dream!

  3. #28
    yes endless painting possibilities
    FS Painter @ The Hangar


  4. #29
    It looks very nice already, Mike!
    My paintbrushes are ready...
    You can find most of my repaints in the library here on the outhouse

  5. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by DennyA View Post
    This plane is going to be a painter's dream!
    Like Robin Williams noted in one of his stand up routines about getting rid of camouflage BDUs and replacing them with flamboyant clothing. "If you're going to fight, CLASH!"

  6. #31
    Wow! Luv the B-24. Many thanks for taking it on Mike.

    My fav US heavy, partly due to the fact that Jimmie Stewart flew it during the War.
    "Somewhere out there is Page 6!"
    "But Emilo you promised! It's postpone"

    ASWWIAH Member

  7. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by mike_cyul View Post

    Looking at this particular shot, Mike, you've perfectly replicated that rather curious convex curve along the top of the fuselage, from the front of the windscreen to the forward turret. To me, it's one of those things that define the shape of the B-24. Very well done !

  8. #33
    Great work so far mike_cyul.
    Took these pics the other day of the Collings Foundation's "Witchcraft".

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