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  1. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by dvj View Post
    I would love the see the data that supports that statement. Many have been waiting on a B-25 for a long time. But we get... a NAZI bomber. Who wanted that? Some German guy hiding in Argentina I guess. LOL

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    In my opinion, that's one of the most absurd statements I've seen on any flight sim forum in recent memory.

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    Any news on this one? We've been waiting a while for this one. I get that people have busy lives outside of flightsim. Just curious for an update.

    Thanks,

    Ken

  4. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by Sundog View Post
    Any news on this one? We've been waiting a while for this one. I get that people have busy lives outside of flightsim. Just curious for an update.

    Thanks,

    Ken
    Cockpit was being worked on only recently. Not much to show really. I mean we could make a "7 bells all is well " type of statement but not much point to that.

    Just a reminder the javelin is p3d onl. This thread should have been moved/deleted a while back as it's in the wrong section. Ho hum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilto von pilto View Post
    Cockpit was being worked on only recently. Not much to show really. I mean we could make a "7 bells all is well " type of statement but not much point to that.

    Just a reminder the javelin is p3d onl. This thread should have been moved/deleted a while back as it's in the wrong section. Ho hum.
    I sent a PM to Tom about the moving of the thread!

    Cees

  6. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by pilto von pilto View Post
    Cockpit was being worked on only recently. Not much to show really. I mean we could make a "7 bells all is well " type of statement but not much point to that.

    Just a reminder the javelin is p3d onl. This thread should have been moved/deleted a while back as it's in the wrong section. Ho hum.
    Thanks, I was just wondering since we hadn't heard anything in a while. Also, P3D is what I would want it for, so

  7. #82
    If I had to guess, one thing that may be shifting things around a bit on the timelines of completed projects is that they are now being given the PBR treatment which I gather is fairly time consuming as well. This is another project I am also looking forward to.

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  8. #83
    Correct, PBR materirals take three times the time to create. Also if you use specialist mapping and texturing programmes as we do, it takes even longer. The results are worth the extra effort but it eats production times. As time progresses, smaller commercial developers (and some larger ones!) are going to find it harder to maintain production/cashflow levels. One can only hope that FS2020 has some answers...

  9. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by bazzar View Post
    Correct, PBR materirals take three times the time to create. Also if you use specialist mapping and texturing programmes as we do, it takes even longer. The results are worth the extra effort but it eats production times. As time progresses, smaller commercial developers (and some larger ones!) are going to find it harder to maintain production/cashflow levels. One can only hope that FS2020 has some answers...
    I am glad you mentioned all of this, especially the costs now associated with this type of development which as I see inside some of my own circles is higher than ever. The last few releases you guys have done have taken things to new levels which I know will only get better. The two at the top of my list from you guys are the Caravelle and Sabreliners. My former boss owned two Sabreliners and I serviced those and many other ramp transients over 30 years ago. Aside from that, always been a Caravelle fan, just a beautiful airframe.

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  10. #85
    Oddly enough both the caravelle and the javelin are interior PBR remodelling. In both cases the exteriors were already PBR in the first place and are finished... Well the cockpits are obviously missing as the interiors get cut down for the exterior view... It took some time to get PBR settings and techniques locked down for internals.

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