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Hi, here are some shots of my Piper Seneca.She ain't no where near completion but i could do with so critisism from the pro's... http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/65227.jpghttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/65228.jpghttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/65231.jpghttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/65232.jpgThis last image was taken a few weeks back. It's the earliest of the four shots. I just threw it it cos i like it :) Things that will be changed :* Struts need to be remodeled with more detail* Front of engines need to be remodeled* Front baggage compartment need to be remodeled. ( i haven't been able to find any shots of the front baggage area so if any one could help me out here it would be greatly appreciated)* Wingtips remodeled. (I've modeled the tips of the PA34-200T. This a PA34-200 with more rounded wingtips)Also... Does anyone have a pilot i can borrow for a while ?? I want to get the size of the seats to the right size but i don't have time right now to model a pilot ( i will as soon as the holidays start).Thank youDiego Coslovich

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I see 22 people have viewed your message, so I cannot pass by without saying that your progress is outstanding!With the eye for detail you've already shown in your list of "things to do/redo," you've got a good handle on the modeling already... :) I'm looking forward to seeing this lovely Seneca progress!I'm a sucker for light twin GA... :)

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>* Front baggage compartment need to be remodeled. > ( i haven't been able to find any shots of the front baggage>area> so if any one could help me out here it would be greatly > appreciated)Very nice.. My only critique is that the props looks slightly off from Senecas that I have seen. The blades look a little wide and a bit too eliptical shaped. Other than that, looks like a great meshing job. I can probably help you with pics of the nose baggage, I've a friend with an older Seneca (Seneca II I believe). Need any more pictures while I've got the camera out? They won't be very pretty I'm afraid, he currently has all the cowling removed for some major engine work.Dan

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Bill,hehe, 63 people have viewed it now and only two replies, but they are two great replies indeed!! This is my first project and i really want to get her right that is why i posted here looking for some criticism or opinions ( 2 out of 63 ain't bad :-violin ). I'm really glad you like it, my next progress report will be when i finish the interior.Thanx Bill :-beerchug Diego Coslovich

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Hey Dan,I'm not too happy with the props either but wasn't really sure if to change them or not. I really appreciate your offer Dan, and i would really appreciate it if you could take some photos for me :-bigangel Cheers Dan :-beerchug Diego Coslovich

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