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    Best scale photo!

    The problem is Juice... Tapios picture, although nice, looks like a picture of a model airplane landing.
    The whole idea behind me starting this thread was for guys (and gals) to post pictures of model airplanes that look like shots of actual aircraft. Not pictures that look like shots of models.
    For the THIRD TIME. Can we PLEASE post pictures of models that look like pictures of REAL airplanes?
    This means....
    The airplane should be a scale model.
    (What does this mean?) It means things like strut covers if the real plane had them. It means authentic looking struts, not music wire. It means a pilot in the cockpit if the picture is an Aeriel shot and the pilot would be viewable. ETC...ETC...
    Secondly... The shot should be taken from a "believable angle",
    or from how the "eye" would perceive it. I think this is self explanatory.

    -Thanks again all,

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    scale lookin as they get...

    hows this?
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    My F-4

    here Photo by old man Joe McBride
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    P-38

    Heres my yellow aircraft P-38 on a dirty approach.
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    Best scale photo!

    Great shots guys...
    Here's three perfect examples of what I'm talking about.
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    Best scale photo!

    Here's my GSP P-51 taking off on another mission. Power is 3W 75i.
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    landing shot

    Here is the GWM DragonFly landing at FL jets last Sat morning.
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    Best scale photo!

    Originally posted by Mustang51
    [The whole idea behind me starting this thread was for guys (and gals) to post pictures of model airplanes that look like shots of actual aircraft. Not pictures that look like shots of models.
    For the THIRD TIME. Can we PLEASE post pictures of models that look like pictures of REAL airplanes?
    This means....
    The airplane should be a scale model.
    (What does this mean?) It means things like strut covers if the real plane had them. It means authentic looking struts, not music wire. It means a pilot in the cockpit if the picture is an Aeriel shot and the pilot would be viewable. ETC...ETC...
    -Thanks again all,

    -Mustang51 [/B]
    The last thing I want to do is "turn off" anyone off from posting in this thread, but you know what????????
    I GIVE UP!
    Just 6 short posts ago I defined what the spirit of this thread was about. (Actually... I did it in the very beginning).
    So what the hell guys... lets just start posting any old photo we have... Any Bingos or Hots out there?

    (Is that Dragonfly a drone, cause I don't see a pilot ?).

    Call me picky... I was just trying for a "Top Gun" feel to a photo thread.
    Speaking of which. Can anyone tell me if "Top Gun" requires pilots in the aircraft when it's flying? I'd be interested in knowing.

    Thanks,

    Mustang51

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    Scale Photo

    How about this one of an Avonds F-15 being flown at Ozark Mountain Jets 2002?

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    Scale Photo

    Inflight shot of the same Avonds F-15:

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    Scale Photo

    How about this one?

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    Scale Photo

    Another Shot of the Avonds F-15:

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    Best scale photo!

    Outside of no nose gear door and the laundry basket in the background... They're kool shots.

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    Best scale photo!

    I never could figure out why he did such a good job on the main gear doors and did not do a nosegear door. There is one other non-scale item on the F-15. Can you spot it?
    Steve Collins

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    Best scale photo!

    Pushrod on tailplane.
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    Best scale photo!

    Could'nt be as easy as the pushrods on the stabilators could it?

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    Best scale photo!

    No, it wasn't the pushrods I had in mind. Take a look at the Stars-and-Bars. The insignia he used is WWII vintage. No red bars. The red bars were added when the Army Air Corps became the U.S. Air Force in 1947.
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    no scale

    Main Landing gear should have 2 doors per wheel.
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    Scale Photo

    Here a great Photo of Earl Aune Corsair.

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    spitty

    mk14 spit
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    Hey... isn't that Sean Tucker?

    Hope you like this one... High Flight cover last Summer.

    More scale shots on my site at www.randdaero.com

    Go to "Gallery, Scale and Bipes"...
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    How bout a Super Cub...

    Scale paint, rib stitching and tape, cowl hinges and panel lines... 3rd place Military (non-jet) IMS/AMA Pasadena '03.
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    Club Members P51

    At Pekin, Il Big Bird, from there web page.
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    L 1011

    The 1011 built and flown by Anthony Greco. Photograph by Carl Mohs both are pilots flying with the Cape Coral R/Sea Hawks.
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    Best scale photo!

    Absolutely awesome L 1011 pic!!!!!

    That thing looks so real I'll bet you have to go through metal detector security, open your laptop and remove your shoes every time you want to watch it fly at the field!

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