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Looking for hi-rez Zipper templates....

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for the stock 104s 2048x2048 for clarity

 

anybody got any?

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Ask Volker he have a set

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boy, do I feel dumb ... the ONLY place I didn't look....

 

wanted to upgrade/upsize Sony's SEA 3-Tone skin, withOUT having to redraw everything meself.

 

thanks guys!

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Woaw

 

You speak about my very first skin....dating back from december 2002.......

 

Indeed that one would need a serious refresh to be usable.

 

I started remaking a new HD one, natural metal, but is very early work only

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Actually, not so much. Using bobrock template, just repaint (via new layer) the 3tone and see what happens! :rofl:

bobrock's template comes with a GREAT NM layer, too. lots of stencling, etc

the only difference I've noted, looking at the pics in Lock-ON #1 (104G-J, mostly focused on BAF zippers) is the red waring stripe and placard

 

i'll post some pics later (of both)

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ok...

new, generic NM for anyone, shown using stock 3W decals

2 views of the new SEA 3-tone for BAF (sony's decals)

 

does it look ok, or? let me know!

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Well, I'd say good start...

 

I know I look at details, but can't proceed any other way ;-)

 

Look, here below is what you should try to go for...

 

Camoufmaged starfighters only had air intake roundels for a very short period before they were just removed...

 

Some markings need rework too (e.g. ejection seat triangles)

 

belg.jpg

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better? or is the triange too red?

needs the tail badge decal, which I can't seem to find anywhere!

Edited by Wrench

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Maybe a full camo nose, no yellow dielectric behind the canopy, and non italian stencil on the nose.

 

and the ejection seat warning triangle is red with some very tiny white writings.

Edited by Spillone104

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which stencil? the white one on the radome?

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air intake is same color as camo, no antiglare panel on radome

 

sorry to insist on details ;)

 

hereunder, Starfighters markings, small but at least it helps...

 

DCD64a.jpg

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there's a bit of a problem with the shock/intake cones ...they're only mapped at one place for both sides...

as you can see below.

 

uforntunately, might have to drop the accuracy a bit, and leave them black (you know how I hate being inaccurate, to0!)

 

those badges ARE small! let me see what I can do....

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I used Bpbrocks temps for my HAF & Sea Camo Tuaf zippers.

best way to go. looks good so far Kevin! :good:

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i think this moot, as paulo just released his ... and his look better!!! :lol:

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Kevin, now please don´t start german zippers.

In that case I have to finish mine fast.... :grin:

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I PROMISE!!! I won't!! :lol:

I'll leave the BLW & MFG Zippers to you Experts!

 

(however, I will release a 'generic' 3-tone, with no painted-on markings so decaler can go nuts :grin: )

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