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  1. Paul, I'm so sorry to hear about your losses. I graduated from Chico State and saw on the news that several places in the area I grew to love were completely gone. I still live in the Sacramento area and everyone was working so hard to support the displaced people from Paradise. I wish you a speedy journey getting your life back. Best Regards, Chad
  2. PowerPoint can be a pretty great drawing tool if you're doing regular shapes. Anything freehand is tough. I did all the major decals for this plane in ppt. The tail, the big star roundels, the tartan, all of the script with a special font I downloaded.
  3. Wow, a blast from the past. Glad you guys enjoyed the build, thanks for posting 😊
  4. Just many different layers in PowerPoint, I had to stack the colored lines so they'd overlap in the right places.
  5. Oh I'd be glad to share the PowerPoint file if anyone would like it.
  6. Glad you all liked the build, thanks for the nice comments. I have a quite a backlog of 1/32 jets waiting to be built. This one was so much fun I definately have the bug to start another one. I partially started the tamiya F-14 years ago, I'll probably do that one next, I've got all the eduard PE for it.
  7. Greetings all, I thought I would share with you my first finished model in four years. This is the first 1/32 scale model I've done although I've done several others in 1/72. I built this plane out of the box except for the decals which I made myself in PowerPoint. The decals that came in the box disintegrated, so I did some web research and referenced Squadron's walk around book as well. I figured I'd do something a little off the beaten path for the decal scheme, this represents John McCain's plane that was lost in the Forrestal fire. The pictures aren't that great but you get the idea.
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