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  1. #76

    VA-212 and VA-56 Released?

    Hi Matt,Have you released your VA-212 (NP521) or VA-56 (NG406) yet?Beautiful repaints!!Regards,Bill

  2. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Cattaneo View Post
    @Sundog

    I'll see what I can do, but at the moment it is not a priority.

    If you have the chance (and a powerful PC...sensor rendering takes its toll), try my payware F-35 with Tacpack - it really shines and gives you a glimpse into 5th gen fighters operation...
    Yes, I've been flying it with TacPack and it's a lot of fun. I'm still learning the systems. Having said that, I have a weird error with the panel, where both sides of the top section end up overlapped on the left side and the right side is just black in that top "main control" area.

  3. #78
    @SunDogVery strange issue...and one unheard of.In any case, be sure you have the latest version installed (the PBR upgrade has the latest avionics)...

  4. #79
    @RichardLouis

    My apologies for the poor quality of the paintkit and the waste of time spent in locating the texture.
    Please see the location in the UWV mapping below.
    I'll try to find the time to improve the paintkit.

    BTW cool repaint of the Draken jet!



    Quote Originally Posted by RichardLouis View Post
    Hi Dino,
    Thank you for this little gem ! I have a lot of fun with it.
    I like it so much that I would like to do a bunch of repaints (Not as much as Matt !).
    I started with a plane which belongs to Draken International (N141EM).
    But I am bored by a detail. On the paint kit, I do no find the blade antenna which is situated just behind the second seat on the back of the plane. On the real plane that antenna is white, but mine appears green.
    Can you help me ? Where is it on the paint kit ?
    Thank you.
    Richard


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  5. #80

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Cattaneo View Post
    @RichardLouis

    My apologies for the poor quality of the paintkit and the waste of time spent in locating the texture.
    Please see the location in the UWV mapping below.
    I'll try to find the time to improve the paintkit.

    BTW cool repaint of the Draken jet!

    Thank you for your quick reaction and your assistance Dino.
    (Please do not apologize, the paint kit it easy to use compare to others !).
    Richard

  6. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by Wings of Gold View Post
    Hi Matt,Have you released your VA-212 (NP521) or VA-56 (NG406) yet?Beautiful repaints!!Regards,Bill
    Not yet i was only home 2 days before flying out, im currently working from a old laptop and mobile phone to post the new images

    Im home saturday night for a few hrs before i fly out again early sunday, i will try and upload them then once the kids have gone to bed
    Matt
    FS Painter @ The Hangar

    AUSTRALIA

  7. #82

    Thank you Dino

    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Cattaneo View Post
    @RichardLouis

    My apologies for the poor quality of the paintkit and the waste of time spent in locating the texture.
    Please see the location in the UWV mapping below.
    I'll try to find the time to improve the paintkit.

    BTW cool repaint of the Draken jet!

    Thanks to you Dino I finished my repaint.
    Thank you one more time.
    Richard

  8. #83
    Fantastic repaint, Richard!

    If anyone is curious, there are currently about 31 A-4 Skyhawks flying in the world, split between the US and Canada. Most are operated on military/government contracts, but several are operated as restored warbirds/airshow flyers (N128TA, N2262Z, N234LT, N49WH, N518TA, N524CF and N7051J).

    Canada: 7 (C-FGZD, C-FGZE, C-FGZH, C-FGZI, C-FGZO, C-FGZS, C-FGZT)
    United States: 24 (N128TA, N146AT, N147AT, N141EM, N142EM, N143EM, N144EM, N145EM, N146EM, N147EM, N161EM, N162EM, N163EM, N164EM, N166EM, N167EM, N207AT, N2262Z, N234LT, N252WL, N49WH, N518TA, N524CF, N7051J)

    (This list does not include the numerous other examples registered with the FAA that are not currently flyers/not active.)

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