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How to airbrush a postmodern toilet

Started by Hardy Heinlin, Sat, 23 May 2009 00:55

Hardy Heinlin



I thought ...



... I should ...



... make a ...



... visual protocol this time.

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Hardy Heinlin

Not to forget the seam, the hole and that springs use to be slanted:



:-)

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Jeroen Hoppenbrouwers

Quiz: which thing is this going to be?

Hardy Heinlin

No reply within 30 seconds. Zero points.

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Shiv Mathur

Fascinating ... thanks for showing us the stages

Will

#5
This might, MIGHT, possibly cool my enthusiasm for the 737 a little bit, in favor of the 747.

Nice work, H.
Will /Chicago /USA

Hardy Heinlin

Thanks.

Why does one thing cool the enthusiasm for another thing? Is it because you're realizing that 747-beige is nicer than 737-gray? :-)

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Peter Lang

This really looks hot.  It is from what I heard MS talking about.  "As real as it gets.... "
With one difference. I'm sure these switches will work.  :D  

I assume night lighting also will be shown very close to the real stuff.

Peter

Michel Vandaele

Hi Hardy,
Thanks a lot for sharing this masterpieces to us.  ;)
It gaves us an idea what we can expect ;)  and this will be only the best.

Many greetings
Michel
Michel VANDAELE
Board member  FSCB
EBOS Scenery Designteam
My B744 project
http://users.telenet.be/michel.vandaele/sim1.htm

Hardy Heinlin

Thank you. Yes, night lighting is modelled as well.

Cheers,

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Matt Sheil

Quote from: Will CronenwettThis might, MIGHT, possibly cool my enthusiasm for the 737 a little bit, in favor of the 747.

Nice work, H.
I could never understand the amount of 737 Sim builders in the world.
 8)

Holger Wende

I am speachless :)

Particularly the picture sequence is very instructive to me, I always wondered how these tiny details are designed. I am not an graphics expert.
What is your basis? Do you have detailled photos and engeneering drawings of every niche and srew in the cockpit?

Thanks for this insight into your great work...
Holger

Qavion

Quote from: Holger WendeWhat is your basis? Do you have detailled photos and engeneering drawings of every niche and srew in the cockpit?

Not so many engineering drawings, but detailed photos and diagrams constructed from hand-measurements (using tape measures, rulers, etc) . Incidentally, my avatar is a closeup of the Stab Trim Indicator ; )

Rgds.
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delcom

some info can be found here as well:
http://www.flamecorp.com/Catalogs/Eaton_Switches/flash.html#/6/[/url]

this link is particularly about Eaton products, but this website contains a lot of vendors.

regards,
delcom

Hessel Oosten

Hi Delcom,

Please another (switch) question.

Do you also know a vendor/website where real "landing lights switches" are sold ? (I know the moulded repica's.)

Hessel Oosten

Michel Vandaele

Hello,
I bought  them  from a part supllier who was covering several scrapyards Nevada and Arizona.
B. Rgds
Michel
Michel VANDAELE
Board member  FSCB
EBOS Scenery Designteam
My B744 project
http://users.telenet.be/michel.vandaele/sim1.htm

Hessel Oosten

Thanks Michel !

Can you probably be some more specific about the website ?

Groeten,

Hessel

Michel Vandaele

Hi Hessen,   It is rather a long time ago, and I'm not at home now, but will look as soon I can.
Btw, they were used parts, and I had to clean them a lot, but it was worth it.
See you
Michel
Michel VANDAELE
Board member  FSCB
EBOS Scenery Designteam
My B744 project
http://users.telenet.be/michel.vandaele/sim1.htm