Gamesmster, you're safe from the flames this time(but steak and gamesmaster might have tasted good). OK now that were all in agreement that this is to be the colour scheme we are going to use, we can go ahead and use it.
Yes I agree that the trims should be in blue like on the shoulder pads.
As for painting and photographing a bike, mine will be ready later rather than sooner as I have to work most of my waking hours. If you finish yours first yorkie, which you probably will, feel free to post a picture for us to use as refence.
The proportions I had in mind for how far the flames should reach along the bike are so that they stretch along approximately 2/3 to 3/4 along the length of the panel they are painted on.
As a refernce, on the bike picture I knocked together, the flames on the front fairing and fuel tank are of good length and proportion. The flames on the front mud guard and rear section of the bike are too short/small and shoud be extended.
Another way to put it would be the front quater:blue, last quater: white, middle 2/4: the flamy section. But as long as they all look proportioned on the bike I dont think it matters that much if we dont stick to a defined definate layout for each individual flame.
Going to buy the bike tomorrow so will start work on that between other projects.
To end, are we definately basing them on city/urban bases then?