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Originally Posted by Rich
This thread is 8 months old were these paints ever released ????
Over a year old, actually!
They were released - at UKMIL. Sometime after I downloaded them, however, they were taken down. So the question is really about figuring out how to contact the author to request them being reposted - whether back at UKMIL or elsewhere. Unfortunately, the trail on the author (known only as "reef" has gone cold.
If SOH has some kind of "statute of limitations"
For a long time, I have struggled and failed miserably, when designing my own aircraft for CFS3, but I am modeler, I have always found comfort in the modeling, and I thought I would leave you some idea for a different version, as can be this:Attachment 66938Attachment 66939
Or this one:Attachment 66940Attachment 66941
Them are not real planes, but they are really "whatif".
Is there someone in my
Originally Posted by airfighter55
some friends told us in the forum, there is a m3d viewer in the CFS3 ?
Where is it or is it a add on to download ?
Or is it the normal case view in the main menu ?
First, I'd like to thank Craig for that nice little plane. It's fun to fly and also fun to paint.
When he first announded it some time ago, I decided to by a sim-yoke and wait - that was well worth it!
here are two WIPs that will, however, take some more time 'cause I'm a bloody beginner in skinning planes.
btw: where can I find the rudder and elevator hinges with the templates?
And does anyone know that cat (it's the nose art of D-EOPI)
Your turn please
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