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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 20:25
    Nope, a long way off. I can tell you it's located in the Catskills.:wiggle:
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  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 20:19
    Thanks Allen!
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  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 20:08
    Do we need the FS2004 bombs removed? Since they're internal there is probably not much need. This link from KDriver shows off the Staaken's engines and the engineer's nonechelant walk across the wing!
    4 replies | 29 view(s)
  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 20:02
    Just a mock up for now. Some crew figures needed, then working out the room for two rear gunners in a fairly snug enclosure. I've never placed two rear gunners before so its back to Caleb Flerk:mixed-smiley-010:
    4 replies | 29 view(s)
  • strykerpsg's Avatar
    Today, 19:05
    strykerpsg replied to a thread Firefly in Prepar3D V4
    Matt, did the pics get deleted? Only your text shows up when I look through these great shots posted by others.
    36 replies | 1098 view(s)
  • The B24 Guy's Avatar
    Today, 19:01
    I have called in the bomb squad and they are working on the problem.
    4 replies | 29 view(s)
  • gman5250's Avatar
    Today, 18:59
    BTW.. The more I learn about this airplane, the more fascinating the story becomes. The designer was way ahead of his time and only overshadowed by the war. It's especially interesting to observe many of the innovations he included in his design/fabrication that made their way into wartime and post war aircraft. It was actually quite a hotrod, and the proposed pressurized variant would have been "all that". If it is OK with everyone, I'll continue to use it as the subject matter for upcoming tutorials. :encouragement:
    123 replies | 5152 view(s)
  • Switchblade408's Avatar
    Today, 18:31
    Saginaw Airport?
    2 replies | 69 view(s)
  • JohnC's Avatar
    Today, 17:47
    I've been playing DCS off an on all the way back to the original Lock-on, and their team has really started to put the pieces together with version 2.5.
    0 replies | 13 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 17:44
    This might have been one of the first scenery projects I did using satellite imagery for the ground texture. It was a request from someone who was familiar with this airport and many others in the same region of the country. I believe it's closed now. . .but since this is a Simulator. . .I'm simulating that it's still open. I found some good images of the buildings, something I don't think I had originally because I used all default hangars. This time around it should look pretty close to how it was.
    2 replies | 69 view(s)
  • Taco's Avatar
    Today, 17:38
    :dizzy:Hey folks, I just landed after catching up with Flight 19, and Gee, the local law was all other me and me bird. As I finally understood what the heck was going on, we were in some kind of a big mess concerning our landing permits. Oh well, it seem we shoud be on our way tomorrow. Here hopping. Now what in the heck should we do to our travel agent who keeps forgetting about landing permits and fees. Suggestion, have him become a wing walker, against his better judgment, Hehe no way would he get on the wing by himself, but! And then give him a nice ride thru a thunder-storm. just a wee one.:playful: Well folks see you all tomorrow.
    8 replies | 217 view(s)
  • gecko's Avatar
    Today, 17:33
    Great looking gauges! My I suggest changing the variometer to the type shown the cockpit photo in post #235 of this thread that reads -30 to +30 m/s? On the 150 m/s scale the needle will barely move with the Arado. The 150 scale I think was unique to the Me 163, for obvious reasons.
    267 replies | 32588 view(s)
  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 17:13
    Looking great. So sorry for the problems you have had getting the attachment past my server.:banghead:. I have now set up a Dropbox account and have sent you the link. I know there are a few people waiting for this large lady. I'm just wondering whether we have a field long enough for take off:untroubled:!
    4 replies | 29 view(s)
  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    Today, 17:10
    Indeed, we are. Hold up is being addressed as time allows. Should not be much longer; then we can beta test. Thanks for understanding.
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  • The B24 Guy's Avatar
    Today, 16:49
    She Has a Bomb Bay. Regards, B24Guy
    4 replies | 29 view(s)
  • Sascha66's Avatar
    Today, 16:29
    Very nice! Excellent workmanship on this repaint!
    1 replies | 34 view(s)
  • kalong's Avatar
    Today, 16:21
    I really AMAZE with DCS work. and I still waiting and "hope" P3D can use and maximize this PBR stuff. my internal texture of MV-22B Osprey v2.0 was create using Quixel. I ever try substance painter, but learning curve is too steep for me. then somebody told me in (sorry I forgot who is he) that there a equal painting software, it was Quixel, and I made a try for it. it lot easier for me as I starter as editing image from Photoshop. both painting software has plus and minus each other. it depend on your own skill that suit with your own style, the result is similar. in my old system (laptop) I got around 5 Gb of ram used by Quixel and similar when used Substance painter. in substance painter, it feel more lighter when work with it. in Sim I only used texture: albedo...
    123 replies | 5152 view(s)
  • sdsbolt's Avatar
    Today, 16:14
    Looks to be a very thorough package:encouragement:
    267 replies | 32588 view(s)
  • paiken's Avatar
    Today, 16:14
    I'm running both on my 6 month old Alienware Aurora R7 with almost no difficulties. Only drawback with my rig is the 1TB hard drive. I'm about to switch over to SSD's for faster more reliable access to files. At a minimum I would suggest an Intel i5 or i7 with an Nvidia 1080 video card. My current specs are: Intel i7 8700 (water cooled), 16gb memory, Nvidia GTX 1080 with 8gb memory, 1Tb hard drive + 500Gb hard drive for simulators. Happy as a clam after switching over from my previous Dell XPS. I like X-Plane 11, but prefer Prepar3D as it is a much more 'mature' platform with a jillion add-ons available.
    1 replies | 41 view(s)
  • sdsbolt's Avatar
    Today, 16:12
    Nice work putting everything together Nigel
    21 replies | 1099 view(s)
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