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Deniper
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paint up of a UH 60 with longrange tanks added.

Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:50 am

As described. the rotors are designs I did for myself and print on transparancy, the bird itself is a standard UH-60 that i added plasticcard and a bit of plastic rodd to to give the fuel tanks. i did 2 of these and they look great from any distance. also the bits are no more delicate than the rotors themselves.


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Re: paint up of a UH 60 with longrange tanks added.

Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:11 am

Great work!!  :D
 
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Re: paint up of a UH 60 with longrange tanks added.

Sat Feb 11, 2017 1:31 am

Nice!
 
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Re: paint up of a UH 60 with longrange tanks added.

Fri Jul 07, 2017 11:56 pm

my apologies photobucket has decided that allowing free third party hosting is not a sustainable business model. and wheras i can not disagree with their decision, I am not able to pay them 300$ annually to share my photos on forums. when and if i find a alternative method ill move to that however for now the image is lost. 
 
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Re: paint up of a UH 60 with longrange tanks added.

Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:09 am

my apologies photobucket has decided that allowing free third party hosting is not a sustainable business model. and wheras i can not disagree with their decision, I am not able to pay them 300$ annually to share my photos on forums. when and if i find a alternative method ill move to that however for now the image is lost. 
I find that face book works well. Just get the picture to the display in new tab and use that. Works sometimes though depending on size of the picture IE fourm picture size limits.

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