Re: Critiquing Pre-production Models?

Dennis Storzek <destorzek@...>

--- In STMFC@..., "Brian Chapman" <cornbeltroute@...> wrote:

Brian, by all means, find the last extant example of the prototype; send me its location and put me on expense account to travel out to take field measurements and photos; then come back here and tell us how it doesn't cost any more to do it right. :-) <
Dennis, hi,

Uh, you know, I didn't make the comment about cost and doing it right? (Or, maybe you're using my example to clarify a point about the other poster's comment?)
No you didn't, and yes I was.

In any of my comments about posting artwork here, I was thinking screen shots of 2D and 3D items. Or, are you saying even screen shots would be a mistake to post, too? Actual CAD files do not leave my PC.
A very wise policy. However, screen shots don't give much info to critique, kind of like the pix posted of the Atlas model that's being discussed. They show enough to let you know that something looks not quite right, without giving a hint as to what. You think anyone could give us a width over the model sills and a width over the side sheets so we can put the issue to rest? Not likely.


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