Panel Options (Updated to include lighting)

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taildraggin68
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Panel Options (Updated to include lighting)

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In playing with the Rudolph's RV, I set up a template for the panel and will throw out a few different options soon.......

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Will be trying a retroish version as time permits :D

Black Panel

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Tan Panel


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Edited and fixed wood version...... :oops:
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These will be polished up and most likely available the same time as Rudolph's RV.......soon 8)

Ok got them wrapped up, and as a bonus, included this one for a total of four panel variations :D

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Somebody needs lights? 8)
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Panels updated with lighting..get them here
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Hey Scott - you have been busy. :) Lookin' good, though one suggestion would be to keep the wood grain aligned on the left and right side of the panel so it's all vertical or all horizontal...

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Nick M wrote:Hey Scott - you have been busy. :) Lookin' good, though one suggestion would be to keep the wood grain aligned on the left and right side of the panel so it's all vertical or all horizontal...

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Shhhhh....you weren't supposed to see that....I saw it as I published the screenshots lol......easy fix though. The wood one was done at 4:30am being up early and not enough coffee :shock: 8)

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Ah - some people might prefer it like that anyway. :) I should really get off my backside and try my own repaint for the Skylane rather than giving you 'helpful' suggestions and teasing Ron! :mrgreen:

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Realy nice. I hope you will release them as 'free' panels, so it is easier to add them to other repaints.

I have been thinking about Learning of how to do repaints, but when and see Yours and others, I think you are doing so well soo I prefer to let you do it. May I ask a a question, how long time does it take to make such a panel for eksampel?

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Wiqvist wrote:Realy nice. I hope you will release them as 'free' panels, so it is easier to add them to other repaints.

I have been thinking about Learning of how to do repaints, but when and see Yours and others, I think you are doing so well soo I prefer to let you do it. May I ask a a question, how long time does it take to make such a panel for eksampel?

Yes these will be a set of the three...wood, black, and tan....the wood will not have the wreath in this package (just a screenshot fixing my grain error)

Time wise, about an hour setting up the template, then another hour or so fiddling with colors, blending, etc.

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Great job Scott, look forward to adding them to my fleet

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Re: Panel Options (Available now)

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Thanks Lewis,


The panels are available...see bottom of first post :D

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Good work Scott! :wink:
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Great, many thanks!

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Great stuff! Thanks so much! :-)

Love the black one, and the last one too. Maybe I'll "spruce" up my 182 when I come to Norway. Only fitting to use some of the wood we have here! :-D
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Thanks guys, enjoy them :D

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Thanks a lot.

I've been watching for some panel repaints. Your work is fantastic.

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Really nice!! Love the light wood! :)

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Thanks Scott. This will add some variety to our 182 flying. :)


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