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  1. #26
    Thanks all for your good words

    I worked this evening on the E. Hollocoombe Clift airspeed indicator

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    Stay some instruments to do to reproduce this panel

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    As to follow, cheers
    Martin

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    This week's work: the altimeter up to 16 thousand feets, and the Mark III Worsnop switch box.

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    Badly I don't have any precise pict for the oil pressure gauge (panel's upper left) and the fuel quantity (under the windscreen, visible from a mirror). If someone could have picts from the Shuttlelworth, TVAL, or Brussel's Re8, it would be fine

    Have a lovely week!
    Martin

  3. #28
    Hello Martin!
    Certainly admirable work, thank you very much!
    Cheers,
    Aleatorylamp
    "Why make it simple if you can also make it complicated?"

  4. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Klein View Post
    Badly I don't have any precise pict for the oil pressure gauge (panel's upper left) and the fuel quantity (under the windscreen, visible from a mirror). If someone could have picts from the Shuttlelworth, TVAL, or Brussel's Re8, it would be fine

    Have a lovely week!
    Martin
    Great work Martin! Hope this helps:
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-UvJemTB6Ji...0/DSC_5426.JPG

  5. #30
    Great thanks Stephan and Wolfebee for your support, the pict is exactly what I searched, lovely

    Have a nice week
    Martin

  6. #31
    Hello Happy Simmers
    A few progress for this week, the VC needs now only a throttle on left side, the tank selector under the tank (just behind the panel), a starter on top right, a map to navigate on the free surface, and a new compass, I made tests to have my compass card moving with pitch and bank, for now with no success, but I keep on to search (any idea on how to do from a kind and clever builder?)

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    I saw recently on this forum people interesting with world war one sims, great things can be done with Combat Flight Simulator 2, perhaps an old sim, but with many possibilities Think about it!

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    Have all a nice week, cheers
    Martin

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    Beautiful work Martin! The fuel gauge looking through the mirror effect is perfect.
    I haven't seen any 3D gimbals in our sim.
    Cheers,
    Kevin

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    Absolutely amazing, Martin!
    Cheers,
    Aleatorylamp
    "Why make it simple if you can also make it complicated?"

  9. #34
    Thanks for your support Guys, I begin to really look forward to see it finished, and to start an other good project to share, Stephan.
    Kevin, thanks for the good words on the fuel gauge mirrored. About the gimbals, it seems CFS2 can recognise such animation, in Stuart Green's Albatross and Pfalz the compass works pretty fine horizontally-stabilized in CFS2, but reproducing it is an other story

    Cheers
    Martin

  10. #35
    OK, Martin. No hurry though!
    Cheers,
    Aleatorylamp
    "Why make it simple if you can also make it complicated?"

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    Great detail Martin. I can only aspire.
    Cheers,

    Captain Kurt
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    As always, great detail and lovely finish! Thanks Martin

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    Hello old crates fans!

    The Re8 is close to the upload, the model is finished, stay the 2D panel and some slights set ups on gauges

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    The creagh Osborne compass reign now in the panel's center, showing the east for the next sortie

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    A rack set for a full bomb load is still to do, eight 20lbs cooper bombs under the wings, and a center 100lbs Royal Laboratory under the fuselage

    A good week to all, cheers

    Martin

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    Very nice progress indeed, Martin!
    "Why make it simple if you can also make it complicated?"

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    A beautiful job with the compass - well done Martin!
    Cheers,
    Kevin

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    I saw you uploaded your RE8 for FS2004. Will you upload the CFS2 version as well?

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    Bonjour Roxane

    Oui, je vais publier le Re8 pour CFS2, évidemment. J'attends pour ça une série de livrées pour l'étoffer, il n'aura rien à envier à son alter-égo de FS9, je travaille actuellement sur une manette des gaz en 3D animé par des gauges pour le cockpit virtuel.
    Bien cordialement
    Martin

    Yes, course, I'm on the way to publish it, I wait for extra liveries to fit her, she won't have anything to envy to her FS9 sister, I'm working on a throttle 3D animated with gauges on the VC.

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    Cool Royal Aircraft Factory Re8 for CFS2

    Once approved by The staff, will be available a Royal Aircraft Factory Re8 for CFS2.

    This model depicts a mid production version, and provides seven liveries:

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    The models are from Martin Klein, the crew is a mix of Martin Wright's RAF Pilot and Wolfi's Japanese pilot.

    The gauge and 2D panel are from Martin Klein.

    The Flight Dynamics are from Aer DaddyO and were modified to fit this model by Stephan Scholz, who kindly found answers to my capricious asks, great thanks Stephan.

    The sounds were found in an Aerocrate model, and are from LuftwaffeOberst and Gary Aumaugher.

    The bomb payloads are, for a part, from John Fortin's Weapon Pack

    The rl 100lb and Mk1 incendiary "Carcass" are from Martin Klein

    The textures A3474, A3490 and A4397 are from Mike Lang "Ravenna", well done Mike!
    The others textures are from Martin Klein

    Many thanks to Stephan Scholz, Kevin Driver "KDriver", Michael Lang "Ravenna", "Wolfebee89", John P Fortin (Blood_Hawk23), Gary Aumaugher, LuftwaffeOberst, Martin Wright, Wolfi and all the SOH forum members for their help and support.
    Thanks to Paul R. Hare for his "RAF Re8 at War" Windsock datafile.
    Great thanks to Sir Peter Jackson, Ronny Bar, the TVAL and Wingnut Wings teams for the plethoric documentation on the Re8 found on their website.
    And thanks to you to download this model, hope you'll enjoy it.

    Martin Klein

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    CFS2 RAF Re8


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - World War I

    Description: RAF Re8 (Royal Aircraft Factory Reconnaissance Experimental 8) reconnaissance, bomber and ground attack plane.

    Gmax model by Martin Klein

    Flight Dynamics by AerdaddyO adapted to this model by Stephan Scholz

    Panel and gauge by Martin Klein

    Seven liveries By Mike Lang "Ravenna" and Martin Klein

    Sounds by Gary Aumaugher and LuftwaffeOberst

    Hope you'll enjoy it
    Martin Klein

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit CFS2 RAF Re8
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Well done Martin! A thousand thanks to you and Mike.

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    All credit to you Martin. I was just tinkering at the edges! You've done a great job with the Harry Tate.

  23. #48
    Hi Martin
    Thanks for all the great work with this.
    Thanks also to your fellow contributors.
    Take Care
    Stuart

  24. #49
    Very cool, thanks guys.
    Cheers,

    Captain Kurt
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    Wizard! Top hole old boy! Now the bosche will take a bash[ing].

    Thank you very much gentlemen. A 1st. class job.

    Graham.

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