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    The Ansett MD-11 Thread

    This thread will match the different Ansett schemes with the mighty MD-11:

    Firstly the Red Delta scheme...

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    A slightly older scheme...

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    looking good Ray, don't know if the flag tail will suit the tail due to the engine, same with starmark livery, It may work if either logo is placed just above the engine???
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    Both versions are looking mighty fine Ray.. Cant wait to see more..
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    Shooting Stars...

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    Turned out fantastic mate, very impressed with it, thank you!
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    Ray, they all look fantasic but, the shooting stars in my opinion looks the best.


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    How about a Flag Tail...

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    That turned out really well, actually suits the aircraft a lot better than I would have thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve k View Post
    That turned out really well, actually suits the aircraft a lot better than I would have thought.
    Exactly what i was thinking.. Looks pretty damn good on the MD 11.. Well done Ray.
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    Next one might be a Ansettalia
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    Thanks guys; Final scheme...

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    Amazing, it really did work, thought you would have a bit of trouble with that one, but it looks bloody great!
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    Yep, the final starmark livery is a real winner for me.. It suits the aircraft..
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    Are we missing the Red Capital A livery??

    Great job man.. really love these pics.

    My fav. is the Red Delta. Suits it soo well!!!!

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