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  1. #51
    Sir, Permission to drool, Sir!

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    One of my favorites in FSX, take my money Mathias. I'm a little guy, that cockpit will fit just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cazzie View Post
    One of my favorites in FSX, take my money Mathias. I'm a little guy, that cockpit will fit just fine.

    Cazzie
    Is there a Klemm for FSX??

    Cees

  4. #54
    Stunning work, Mathias!

  5. #55
    Thanks much, guys!
    Cees, there was a Klemm L25 originally made for FS98 and ported to 2000/2002 and maybe FS2004 IIRC, but none for FSX that I'd know of.
    I think Cazzie refers to our old FSX crates in general (thanks for that, Sir!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathias View Post
    Thanks much, guys!
    Cees, there was a Klemm L25 originally made for FS98 and ported to 2000/2002 and maybe FS2004 IIRC, but none for FSX that I'd know of.
    I think Cazzie refers to our old FSX crates in general (thanks for that, Sir!).
    No, My poor old brain has to reserve memory on external cards too. It was FS9, not FSX. I had the FS2002 also. Brain flatulence. I just have a thing for two-seat tandem trainers. My brother says I have a fetish for amphibian aircraft too. I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Priller View Post
    Sir, Permission to drool, Sir!

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    Isn't that the truth, if Mathias and crew don't release it soon, my money is going to burn my britches off!

    Cazzie

  8. #58
    It's getting crowded now in the office. Not much stuff left to do, placards, some fittings and a few nails here and there, polishing materials and next we can move on to the MSFS config blues, oh well.

    BTW guys, as you know I've been away for a couple of years. It doesn't seem en vogue anymore amongst devs to show progress screenshots.
    Why is that?



    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...LEMM25_153.jpg
    Mathias


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    Wow! That is looking great! Sure buy for me this one. Fantastic job!

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    It looks exceptional, Mathias. It's rare these days to see a developer with a real passion for the aircraft they make, but it's easy to see this is the case in your work. I've always admired your attention to detail/desire at getting things right/accurate. I love the look of all of the woodwork and the mechanical hardware. Everything looks phenomenal, and I especially like the looks of what I assume to be a fuel wobble/pressure pump, and the unique look and detail in the control stick and rudder bar and brakes. I'm really looking forward to seeing this completed!

  11. #61
    Thank you kindly, guys!
    John, yes, that's the fuel transfer pump.
    300 strokes to transfer 20 liters of fuel from the wing tanks to the main tank.
    Elly Beinhorn flew from Berlin to Marokko with a 20 hp version of this aircraft.
    She must have had biceps like a Gorilla when she returned home. :-)
    Mathias


  12. #62
    Placards are in.
    Some little fittings TBD and we're ready to polish the textures.
    Please ignore the AO artefact behind the slipball, that'll get fixed.








    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...LEMM25_157.jpg

    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...LEMM25_158.jpg

    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...LEMM25_159.jpg
    Mathias


  13. #63
    Very exciting Mathias, looking forward to the Klemm.
    Greetings from EDLZ
    Juergen

  14. #64
    Cockpit geometry is complete, save for a bit of cleanup and fixing to do here and there.
    Textures are about to receive final touches.
    One thing of note: Ambient occlusion so far is temporary, that'll get done in a render pass in Max once everything else is said and done.
    With the proper AO-layers in you'll notice a considerable improvement in lighting and depth.






    Full res:
    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...LEMM25_230.jpg

    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...LEMM25_233.jpg
    Mathias


  15. #65
    You can almost smell the leather and wood.
    Well done , Sir .

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    You truly are a master of your craft, Mathias! I've been greatly enjoying each update you provide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spook48 View Post
    You can almost smell the leather and wood.
    Well done , Sir .
    My first impression as well!
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  18. #68
    Awesome, canīt wait for release.

  19. #69
    Thanks guys!
    Mathias


  20. #70
    I hope there will be your FW 190 "family" also available for MSFS. Thinking about to reinstall FSX just to fly a D9.

  21. #71
    Great work Mathias !! Need a Classics Hanger airfield to fly it from !

    On another note, found this pic, taken quite a while ago,lolClick image for larger version. 

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  22. #72
    Hey Scotty, my dear old chap, really nice to see you around here!
    Man, we havn't talked for a while.
    Mathias


  23. #73
    Nice to see you too Mathias, yes its been a very long time since we talked. Glad to see you working on models again, you do such great work. We lost a good friend earlier this year, Ted Miller, crossram, passed away. Sure miss him too.

    Need to get my Win 10 pc fixed, so when this plane comes out, I can giver her a try! I'm still looking for that Bang Gang picture you sent me a long time ago, just not sure where it is,lol

  24. #74
    Howdy guys, little update here
    The cockpit geometry is complete, ambient occlusion layers are in and I'm now working on weathering and patina (of which this aircraft has quite a lot!).
    Oh, and the light in FS is just beautifull in early September! :-)

    Guest Cockpit:







    Pilot's Cockpit:










    HiRes:

    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...5_MSFS_239.jpg
    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...5_MSFS_240.jpg
    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...5_MSFS_241.jpg
    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...5_MSFS_243.jpg
    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...5_MSFS_246.jpg
    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...5_MSFS_247.jpg
    https://www.classics-hangar.de/vorsc...5_MSFS_248.jpg
    Mathias


  25. #75
    Beautiful work Mathias !! Check your PM

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