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Ron Attwood

G-GASP Piper Archer II

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This should be comparatively safe in here. It is after all a PAINT. B)

 

G-GASP born 1976! Gasp! That's old eh? Not that you'd tell from looking at her, she's 'Pretty' :rolleyes:

 

The real one;

 

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The PAINT:

 

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AVSIM library is the place to go should you require a copy of the PAINT. :biggrin:

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Nice one. Love it.

 

I nitpicked it to see what I could find, and noticed that the Piper logo on the tail is a weeeee bit too big, and possibly stretched vertically. Otherwise golden  :good:

 

Are these identical models? Noticing some variations on the body. I am not very educated on this plane.

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Nice one. Love it.

 

I nitpicked it to see what I could find, and noticed that the Piper logo on the tail is a weeeee bit too big, and possibly stretched vertically. Otherwise golden  :good:

Be veeery diligent on your next paint, I shall be watching! :lol: Yes the logo is a tad big but making it smaller made it insignificant, so I compromised.

 

 

 

Are these identical models? Noticing some variations on the body. I am not very educated on this plane.

 

Both Carenado Archer IIs. Variations?

Thank you for the 'Love it' :smile:

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I just noticed that the real-world aircraft has vents closer to the rear window, while the Carenado plane models the same vents closer to the tail. I was wondering why they were different, or furthermore, did Piper move that vent in a later model of the same plane? Sorry, small details fascinate me sometimes.  ^_^ Or the OCD is kicking in...

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I just noticed that the real-world aircraft has vents closer to the rear window, while the Carenado plane models the same vents closer to the tail.

Different marks or requirements, who knows?

It would have been nice if Carenado put the vent for'ard if only for the sake of the registration. Bits of the S and the P had to be done on a different part of the sheet and  a bigger scale.

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