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Old 18-04-2004, 01:33 AM   #41
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Any pics of the progress ?
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Old 18-04-2004, 01:35 AM   #42
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Nope. Been too busy to be thinking about pics.Tomorrow, if I remember.
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Back of the cabin. Just to prove I've not been sleepin' for the last couple of weeks.
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Looks like a lot of work JW...

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Old 18-04-2004, 09:45 PM   #45
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Is that patio doors?
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Old 16-05-2004, 12:51 AM   #46
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A quick update.

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It has moved on again today and the finish is complete on the outside and the walkways have been surfaced.

Now, I need a bit of help. There has been no attempt to style anything. Since the project turned into a cabin rib, it has been purely an exercise in practicality. To attempt to give it some sort of less than fugly appearance there will be a bit of colour added.
Here are a couple of scribbled ideas and I'm looking for thoughts from you folk. Any graphic artists out there?

The first is a just a formal colour flash.
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Old 16-05-2004, 01:06 AM   #49
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....and the second is a bit more jolly but it looses the formality.
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I think the first one with a red Dragon would be verry nice.

It's quite impreesive will you need any weight down below to counteract the extra mass of the cabin.

No missus not that sort of Masss
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I would like to see the second graphics, I will let Jon Baldur look into wether he can come up with something
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I think the first one with a red Dragon would be verry nice.


How about a daff motif bottom right?


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It's quite impreesive will you need any weight down below to counteract the extra mass of the cabin.

Dunno, It's worrying me a bit. Gonna need trim tabs to stop listing in a side wind I reckon.
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That's interesting Bogib. Thanks for taking the trouble.
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Bless your cultural sensitivity Waver...

JW what a lot of work!!!!

Respect & admiration from us!!!!

Major progress!!!

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How about a daff motif bottom right?

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Well I'd prefer a dragon, but a daff at a push.....I guess it would be tempting providence to put a leek on it!
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[ I guess it would be tempting providence to put a leek on it! [/B][/QUOTE]

Or even have a leak in it......
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Oh, I don't know. Since I claim a bit of scottishness, I wondered about a saltire with a leek diagonally behind it.


As for having a leak in it...let's not go there.
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Some job JW, when are you going to launch? You could always come over to the fair west to launch her
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