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Old 31-05-2005, 08:17 AM   #76
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gazzamataz,
Sorry for the super late reply:blush:

It's actually not a MkV, but rather a MkPaul

You're correct in that if it were a MkV it would most likely have had a 3 bladed prop and 3 Exhaust Manifolds on either side.

However there seems to be discrepancies with how they were put together and Not all MkX's were the same. Once I started noticing discrepancies , I decided to model the bits I liked best. That's why I say its a MkPaul

Mine has Six Exhaust Manifolds on either side and if that were the case the front of the Fuselage should have been bigger to accommodate the bigger and more powerful engine, but I didn't like the bulge so I left it out.

My Progress
OK I did a little more and I've decided I don't like my texture at all, so I'm going to scrap it and start again. I made the model a little more dirty for these shots.

Back to the drawing board for me . . . or should I say photoshop
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