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Thursday, June 7th 2007, 4:19pm

Spitfire Vb Halinski 1/33

I love HALINSKI products!
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Thursday, June 7th 2007, 6:00pm

RE: Spitfire Vb Halinski 1/33

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I love HALINSKI products!


Hello Yu...

And Halinski should also love you... =D> Everyone of your beautifuly built models is a masterpiece. Inspirational.... :prost:

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Thursday, June 7th 2007, 6:04pm

Hi Martin,

Thank you for your comment.
I got acquainted with Mr. Halinski by chance and some of the same pictures I posted here are on the Gallery of Halinski home page.

Link removed since it links to a site with forbidden symbols (§86). Yu, both images and links to sites containing swastikas or symbols which are comparable to swastikas (e.g. the Finnish roundels in WW2) are forbidden by German law. Old Rutz

I sent him more fotos than posted there, perhaps many of pictures did not come into his favor.

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Thursday, June 7th 2007, 6:21pm

wow!
another masterpiece from you... @)


Ist Rechtschreibschwäche und grenzenlose Blödheit abmahnfähig?

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Friday, June 8th 2007, 7:44pm

Hi Norm,

I am happy to know you also love F104!!!
I would like to ask Mr. Halinski to publish it. But, I am not sure I can succeed.
There are too many paint scheme to chose.
Which one do you prefer?

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Friday, June 8th 2007, 8:55pm

Hello Yu,

you look here it is a Report of Building from the F-104 in more Versions.

http://www.kartonbau.de/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=5028.

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 8:17am

Hello Ernst,

Thank you. I took a look at construction report of the F-104.
I did not know GPM has F-104.
F-104 were employed by many countries and have too many color schemes. Many of them are cool!!!
One problem is puzzling which one to pick up.
I also prefer German blue-gray Marine scheme Norm suggested and white with two tone of blue with Bavaria symbol that you showed. ( I also made this plastic model)
I am a smoker. White parts will be tainted by nicotine in a long run...
Hummmm....

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 8:22am

Hallo F-104 Fans:

The F-104 from P-Model is not so bad, and Hornet is just showing us how to build a model from P-Model in 1:33. Only question would be how to change the scale? The PDF files from P-Model are protected and you cannot work directly with them in Photoshop or alike...

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 8:37am

Hi Matthias,

I should have been more careful.
I checked with one of P. Model's file. Yes it is protected.
On my PC, now I copied it using Print Screen function and pasted Microsoft Paint and enlarged.
I did not print it. perhaps quality of picture is not so good...

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 8:42am

Thanks Yu!

If you just want to change scale and you happen to have access to an A3 printer, the printing driver will take care (at least to some extend). But I actually wanted to remove the color of some parts to print on silver coated paper, and that was not possible...

Thanks again,

Matthias

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Saturday, June 9th 2007, 6:30pm

Hi F-104 fans,

I have sent an e-mail message to Mr. Halinski asking him to consider publihing F-104. I am not sure if he gives me reply since someone said he is a difficult person.
Anyway, I have nothing to lose asking him F-104 publishing.


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