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  1. #21

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    I wanted a logo on the door but couldn't really think of anything...ended up with this implied airplane or airport type logo.
    I'm thinking I might need to add some paint/rust to the headlights and a few other areas for a little contrast...!?!?



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    Default This project is done!

    I decided to do the red color to match my "decor" in my computer room at home.
    I've spent enough time on this thing so this will be the final pictures...

















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  3. #23

    Default This logo would be great if I could find it in Extra small....

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    talked to a local vinyl guy and he is able to print the "Ford Motor Co." logo on the picture above so that will be the final logo.
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    Nice work. I like the finish work.



    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
    I decided to do the red color to match my "decor" in my computer room at home.
    I've spent enough time on this thing so this will be the final pictures...

















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    This is awesome!

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    Finally had my logo stickers made for the doors.

    This was the photo shopped version...


    And this is the new logo sticker on the door.... It's a little smaller than I wanted so I might have them enlarged.


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    That's way too cool. If you put this much work into a model, i can't wait to see what it looks like when you build a full-size rod!
    so awesome.
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    Where are my pictures.....................?








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    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
    Where are my pictures.....................?
    You changed things on Photobucket, so the links got broken.
    You didn't have a Rat Rod folder before, and that one is not public, so it is unbrowsable, too. The Old Ford folder shows up fine, but not Rat Rod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambozo View Post
    You changed things on Photobucket, so the links got broken.
    You didn't have a Rat Rod folder before, and that one is not public, so it is unbrowsable, too. The Old Ford folder shows up fine, but not Rat Rod.
    So you can't see the pics I posted today? Hmmmmmmm

    OK... EDIT....

    I had it set to private. NOW it should work!
    Last edited by CGCINC; 10-25-2013 at 02:40 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
    So you can't see the pics I posted today? Hmmmmmmm

    OK... EDIT....

    I had it set to private. NOW it should work!
    Yes, I could see the new pics, but there is no easy way to fix the older broken links, as Photobucket has altered the file names as well as the path.
    Now that the album isn't private, I can always browse through that. You have a lot of great pics as you built this, and other projects.
    Once you post links to something in Photobucket, you are kind of stuck with the naming and folder structure. Been there, done that. Now I try to plan ahead a little more and always create folders before I upload anything to PB. But keeping the photos stored in the forum, instead of on another site, means things "usually" stay synced up.
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