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  • Odie's Avatar
    Today, 19:33
    Ditto on the OA-4 as well!
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  • Bomber_12th's Avatar
    Today, 18:31
    More progress on my repaint(s) of G-TFSI. Miss-alignments of the invasion stripes on the wings purposefully done to match that of the real-world counterpart - painted in temporary invasion stripes last month. More work put into it, making adjustments and corrections, than what I had put into it when I originally had posted screenshots/thought I was close to being finished with it three weeks ago. I should have it uploaded tomorrow (Saturday) for anyone interested (includes custom textures inside and out and high-quality normal maps). A tribute to my friend Steve Atkin of Warbird Colour who was in charge of the paint work on the real aircraft last year (was hard keeping the knowledge of it a secret prior to it being revealed!).
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  • Seahawk72s's Avatar
    Today, 18:30
    @Seahawk72 The FSX version does not feature the backseat cockpit. Image below from P3D. Thank you... I'm sure its some technical reason I'm not appreciating but why no backseat for FSX..?
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  • waka172rg's Avatar
    Today, 18:28
    Hello Richard lovely paint would you upload for us?
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  • ejoiner's Avatar
    Today, 17:41
    ejoiner replied to a thread TA-4J Skyhawk Released in Prepar3D V4
    Dino, please post when the latest release with the OA-4M is uploaded to Simmarket.com etc. I am looking forward to purchasing it. I have the beta testers complimentary copy, but look forward to compensating you for the awesome extra work you've done with all this. Cheers sir. Eric
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  • Jafo's Avatar
    Today, 16:55
    That we did.......;) What I've always liked about Tim's bitmaps was how he managed to get almost everything on one bitmap so you weren't chasing alignments over multiple images....and that also meant the paints really benefited from being bigger res. The stuff I mess with has to be user-friendly first for me to consider spending time and effort...though that Yak130 by Hadi Tahir was 'entertaining'...as what seemed simple really wasn't....;)
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  • Dino Cattaneo's Avatar
    Today, 15:22
    OA-4M model coming in the next update
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  • Dino Cattaneo's Avatar
    Today, 15:20
    @Victory103 No, but it seems you are right. Will check and fix that.
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  • Dino Cattaneo's Avatar
    Today, 15:18
    @Seahawk72 The FSX version does not feature the backseat cockpit. Image below from P3D. Here is a screenshot (P3D) of the Israeli livery - the plane is depicted prior to the tailpipe modifications that was applied to all Isreali Skyhawks...
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  • aleatorylamp's Avatar
    Today, 14:59
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - World War I Description: Large twin-engined torpedo bomber seaplane, built by Gothaer Waggonfabrik A.G. in 1916, powered by two 6-cyl 230 hp Benz Bz IV engines. Max. speed was 80 mph, and it could carry a 1598 lb Whitehead torpedo or depth charges. It saw service in the North Sea and Baltic, and was later used for long distance marine reconnaissance and as minelayer. 69 units were built. Textures and panel instruments by Martin Klein. Custom panel and implementation of water-touchdown sounds included.
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  • Fibber's Avatar
    Today, 14:33
    .......thought some may find this interesting. The crew that located the USS Indie has now located some of the ships involved in the Battle of Midway. Go here if interested in reading and viewing their video... https://apnews.com/95f892b78ec44fbd8b4de02c4ad71792
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 14:13
    Hey, welcome back Steve :encouragement: Huub
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 14:10
    The models look absolutely gorgeous, even without textures! (And that is valid for the Panther as well!) Cheers, Huub
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  • Seahawk72s's Avatar
    Today, 14:08
    Looking for screen shots of rear seat\panel and Israeli paint. Thanks...
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  • Klein's Avatar
    Today, 13:50
    :applause::very_drunk:
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 13:42
    Wow and this all started with the reasonable simple question:"Does anyone know of a good stack of military repaints for the Just Flight Constellation series? C-69, C-121, EC-121 or any other?" Well obviously the answer is no! I think the reason why became pretty clear from the discussion which followed. Although I'm around for quite a few moons and done quite a few repaints and created many dozens of layered paintkits in this period, including several from the bare wire model textures, I had never been aware that there is something like a "skinner kit" which is obviously something different than a "paintkit". And I always though I made some "decent paintkits", but now I have also learned there there is something like a "proper paintkit" which somehow contains the source code...
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 13:12
    IL-2 Sturmovik ForumDiscussion about Yak-9, Yak-9T and Hurricane Collector Planes Announcement You can discuss the Yak-9, Yak-9T and Hurricane Mk. II Collector Planes announcement here. Jason Dear Pilots!Its our great pleasure to officially announce that our next Collector Planes for the IL-2 Sturmovik: Great Battles series will be the Yak-9, Yak-9T and the Hurricane Mk.II. Both of these aircraft, or I should probably say all three of these aircraft, were important designs that were workhorses of their day that made great contributions to the war effort on several fronts. These particular planes were chosen so we can offer an even more diverse and well-rounded plane-set that benefits primarily our Eastern Front products, which we still care deeply about and as of now, the...
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