Jump to content

Mark S.

Manufacturers
  • Content Count

    1,069
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Mark S.

  1. Gents: The sheets are in, Website updated, Buttons Hot! and the correction for the F-18 are all in the works: Wanted to Highlight the 6 helo's and other vertical lifters on the sheets so I'm posting the sheet artwork here. Thanks for your patronage. Here's what's on the sheets: Sheet 72-056 AV-8B+ or AV-8B N.A. VMA-513, TAV-203 VMAT-203, A-10A or C 172nd FS, F/A-18C VFA-105, AH-1W HMLA-775, MH-53E HMH-464 and HMH-465. Enough markings to do both CH-53's. Sheet 72-057 MV-22B VMM-365, F/A-18F VFA-103, F-16C 121st FS, EA-7L VAQ-34, MH-60S HSC-26 Norfolk and MH-60S NAS Whidbey, AH-64A 151st
  2. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    Gents: I know I have moved on. Next on my agenda is having lunch with a friend next week. He's in a position to open a few doors for me so stay tuned you might be seeing a few great subjects later this year. Mark
  3. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    Gents: I'm amused by this all. As my customers know, I, when needed have corrections printed and send them out to those who purchase my sheets. The correction will be sent to the printer after it has been checked. As a rule I don't comment on the mistakes of my competitors on any forum although I do privately contact them and try to help. Wish someone would have helped me in that manner. Some may perceive such remarks on a forum as a means to denegrate an individual or gain a competitive advantage. That is why I don't make those comments. If you work the numbers the difference in that
  4. Darren:

    Thanks but if Brian wanted to help he would have privately told me. I see this more of him wanting to bang my products because I moved into his market area.

    Mark

    Mark

  5. Erick

    If Brian wanted to help he would have privately contacted me. I see this more as reaction to my moving into his market area. The engineering analysis supports my view.

    Let's see if he continues to comment when I post the artwork of the entire sheet composed of other subjects.

    Mark

  6. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    Gentlemen: Thanks for your comments. Mark
  7. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    Gents: I did my homework and the engineering analaysis supports it. Being a professional I won't get into a pissing match over this but I will say that unless Brian can provide a certified drawing from VFA-103 then I won't be swayed. Mark S.
  8. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    I worked from those photos and when you import them into engineering software and account for the slightly curved surface and the parallax error the angles especially evident on 0 read 90 degrees. It's an easy mistake to make. The only item in question was the VFA-103 artwork as you stated. I agree with the others and they are so drawn. If you are in Ohio stop by my office and I'll show you how to account for the errors. Mark
  9. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    Brian: Mine photos do not show obliqued lettering. Since the are copyright protected I won't post them but you are welcomed to contact me at the phone number on my website. If I'm not in just have one of the girls contact me and I'll return your call if you leave a number. As I mentined you are a friendly competitor. Regards, Mark
  10. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    The photos of the jet that I have do NOT show obliqued lettering but standard block letters. I do however think that 201 from that period had obliqued lettering. More than likely their markings were in transition at that time. Will update the profile for the demarcation line. Always enjoy the help of a friendly competitor. Thanks! Mark S.
  11. Gents: Two subjects that will be on my next release due out before the end of July. There will be more than one CH-53's and MH-60's on the sheets. I'll post the instruction sheet artwork early next week. Mark
  12. Mark S.

    VFA-103

    Gents: Here's a subject that will appear on my next release due out before the end of July. I'll post the artwork for the instruction sheet early next week. Mark S.
  13. Gents: I'm thinking of expanding my decal line into armor. Would like to know what you are interested in. Is it WW II, Korea, Vietnam, Cold War, Desert Storm, or OIF/OEF? Would you like to see just Traditional Armor, SP Guns,Gun Trucks, Humvee's and the like? Would scale would you like as well. Thanks, Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  14. It appears that they fly air-to-air missions when tasked: http://www.seymourjohnson.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123263718 Mark S.
  15. Gents: I'm game if someone would send a walkaround. Mark Wolfpak Decals
  16. Jennings: You must have not seen the Wolfpak sheet no. 72-046 which has a standard E-3 from Kadena on the sheet. Additionally on sheet 72-018 which is out of stock at the moment I did one of the developmental E-8's that flew in Desert Storm. If you are looking for decals for the E-6 they were on sheet 72-027 which is also sold out. Mark Wolfpak Decals
  17. Gents: I'll throw it on the list. Need however a better picture of the tail. Mark Wolfpak Decals
  18. B24Researcher: I look forward to buying your book. Thanks for putting such a valuable guide together for modelers and aviation buffs. Mark S.
  19. Gents: If anyone is willing to post more photos and data on the P4Y-2 mods it would be appreciated. I have a line of decals and recently released a sheet with a Korean War P4Y-2 used as a flareship with information from another researcher and author. If you wish you can send the information to mark.bilas@millcreekconsultants.com. If I use your photos to produce decals I'll send you a complementary sheet. B24RESEARCHER - Would you please either post or send me the title and ISBN number of your book? Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  20. Gents: The Decals are in and the buttons are hot! Mark S.
  21. Gents: Wolfpak Decals for those of you who don't know is largely drawn by myself (over 99%)with the exception of a very few subjects to date. Those that have been done by others have been reviewed by myself and senior modelers that check the work before it is printed. Won't say there have been no mistakes but we try to keep those to a minimum. The key to accurate decals in addition to good drawing skills and checking is good reference material. Mark S.
  22. Gents: Thanks for the kind words. I'm still thinking about another 1/144 scale sheet. Are there any other 50's era subjects you gents would like to see? Mark S.
  23. Jerry: It's your model so anything goes. To me the base color was darker than the Aluminum. The true color of the greys would be defined by an incident angle of 90 degrees for both the light impinging on the object and the line of sight of the viewer. As the light source moves from that angle the colors will shift based on their refractive indices. Mark S.
  24. Gents: Here's the thread in the jet forum: http://s362974870.onlinehome.us/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=246621 It contains several prop aircraft including a: RF-51, F4U-4, T-28B, P4Y-2, RV-1D/OV-1D, P-3C/EP-3E Mark S. Wolfpak Decals
  25. Gents: Here is the latest release from Wolfpak Decals. Sheet 72-054. HOT N COLD, containing a RF-51D from the 45th TRS, Kimpo, 1952, F-86D from the 86th FIS, Youngstown, Ohio in 1957, F4U-4 from VF-653 on board the USS Valley Forge during the Korean War, An oddball from the 60’s a T-28B of the Royal Laotian Air Force. A recce bird from the 40’s, a RF-80B from the 162nd TRS at Shaw AFB. Believe this unit is flying MQ-9’s now. To wrap up the sheet a P4Y-2 Privateer from VP-871. This aircraft was used as a flare ship during the Korean War. Sheet 72-055 Beeps and Sque
×
×
  • Create New...