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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 14:00
    Thanks Shessi! As always highly appreciated. :encouragement: Cheers, Huub
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 14:00
    Pretty Cool DCS Made Gun Cam Video
    34 replies | 5380 view(s)
  • Shessi's Avatar
    Today, 13:56
    Just uploaded to SOH.... http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=205&id=26797 Cheers Shessi
    7 replies | 440 view(s)
  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 13:56
    Speaking on the update 4.008, which is planned for late June - early July, we have also something to show you already. Another legendary plane, P-47D-22 "Razorback", will begin the Early Access for Battle of Normandy:
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 13:55
    252 Hello friends, As you know, the recently released update 4.006 brought many important and interesting changes. Our work continues and soon we will start to prepare the new update 4.008 that is planned to include P-47D-22 "Razorback" fighter for Battle of Normandy and tank destroyer Sd.Kfz.184 "Ferdinand" for Tank Crew. You may have noticed and wondered why the mission number isn't 4.007? The answer is that we plan to release an intermediate update before that, it will add some important functionality and new features. They will be based on your feedback mostly and will bring some features long-awaited by the community. The update 4.007 is already in beta testing and we hope it will be ready in the coming week. Among other changes it will include 4К quality external texturing by...
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 13:53
    they are finished............. I have always liked the unusual models by Mitsuya Hamaguchi. They look great, wonderful animations and they are just fun. Years ago the BBC used to broadcast old movies on Saturday afternoon. These we often war movies made not too long after the war. One of the movies I can still remember very well was "Ice cold in Alex". Which had an Austin K2 ambulance called Katy in the leading role. Well actually two Austin K2s as they used an original one for the street and road shots, and they had a modified one on a 4x4 chassis for the desert shots. So it was more or less logical that I would repaint the wonderful Austin K2 by Hama as the ambulance from the movie. After a few hours I started to realise that the model and textures were so detailed, that it...
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  • ejoiner's Avatar
    Today, 13:30
    Where is everybody getting these sweet repaints? I am having trouble finding B/C/D model repaints that are high quality and work with the PBR models. Eric
    320 replies | 28156 view(s)
  • Dave(Dangerous)Boynton's Avatar
    Today, 13:29
    Hiya Tom, Thank you for that info. I will get it downloaded and see what I can do. If all else fails then I will just use Gmax. I'll let you know the outcome asap. Kind regards, Dave
    33 replies | 679 view(s)
  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 13:27
    I quickly pick up the nearest bomber, not worrying if it's my original intended victim …and this time there’s no mistake. He breaks up like an over-stressed balsa and doped tissue glider whose restraining rubber band has snapped – you know, the one you loop around to hold the wings onto the fuselage. Speaking of fuselages, his goes down blazing…
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 13:26
    Nice G. Although the SM.79 was an already obsolete bomber, it is such an elegant plan. And very nicely rendered in your profile. Cheers, Huub
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  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 13:25
    I quickly pick up the nearest bomber, not worrying if it's my original intended victim …and this time there’s no mistake. He breaks up like an over-stressed balsa and doped tissue glider whose restraining rubber band has snapped – you know, the one you loop around to hold the wings onto the fuselage. Speaking of fuselages, his goes down blazing…
    110 replies | 2323 view(s)
  • TeiscoDelRay's Avatar
    Today, 13:25
    Thanks,,,I will give it a try.
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  • mgchrist5's Avatar
    Today, 13:19
    Beautiful work as always, TeiscoDelRay! Thanks for painting these. If I may be so bold, how about an Allegheny Airlines skin? https://airlinersgallery.smugmug.com/Airlines-UnitedStates-1/Allegheny-Airlines-1st/i-Z5mgNj4/A
    315 replies | 13990 view(s)
  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 13:13
    The bomber smacks into the middle of the grass landing area. Hopefully the damage will be easily repaired and they will not hold it against me! As you can see, I haven't come away unscathed. For my next trick, I latch onto another Ju88, who is coming my way at a lower level, trailing smoke but not going down. While I'm manoeuvring to get after him, I take the opportunity to have a look around and order some more of the bombers attacked, by squadron-mates who have reported they are rejoining. This one seems to be dive bombing and will be well worth clobbering.
    110 replies | 2323 view(s)
  • hairyspin's Avatar
    Today, 13:10
    There was another tool in the dregs of my memory and I found it again – the Gmax-3dsMax Bridge. This facilitates exporting from Max to Gmax as well as Gmax to Max, but I haven't tried it myself. It might be worth a shot since BFF isn't playing nice with your Max. Let me know if you get anywhere! :wavey:
    33 replies | 679 view(s)
  • zsoltquack's Avatar
    Today, 13:02
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  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 12:49
    The Hun, who turns out to be a bit lower than my initial estimate, spoils my aim by starting his right turn just as I'm opening fire... ...leaving me breaking away without much to show for it. By the time I've lined him up for another crack, he seems to be diving towards an airfield I can see through the thin layer of cloud ahead. I really do want to get him now, before he can do any harm down there.
    110 replies | 2323 view(s)
  • awstub's Avatar
    Today, 12:42
    After I finish with the Hancock's 64-65 WestPac cruise, I'll do the same for 65-66. Something interesting I found (to me at least) while trying to pin down the correct markings is that VF-24 and VF-211 are related to each other. This web site explains it http://vf-211.my-personal.org/ Looking at the 64-65 cruise book, it seems there were two slightly different marking on the VF-211 Crusaders. One without a black band at the top of the tail... (The upper right wing lettering is tough to get looking right, because of the way the textures are mapped between two sheets)
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  • TeiscoDelRay's Avatar
    Today, 12:35
    Here are my paints for this great aircraft so far...all available here at SOH library.. Click on pic for larger image - Taking request in my off time :)
    315 replies | 13990 view(s)
  • TeiscoDelRay's Avatar
    Today, 12:33
    Thanks Buddy,,,yes the metal/chrome in V5 is different and I had to adjust my monitor as V5 seemed so dark,,,might have to redo all of my paints just for V5..now if we are talking frame rates, well, V5 really cranks :))
    315 replies | 13990 view(s)
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