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  1. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Jafo View Post
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    I'm still working on my wife to back-off on the $325 for the Orbi Mesh. I think she eventually will.

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  2. #27
    There's always another one...Tu-95 .... fair bit more to do....all those warning lights...for a start...

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  3. #28
    One of my fave planes to mess with was the 114...cos I'd already skun it externally quite a bit....
    So I decided to not just do the 2D panel but the more 'entertaining' Jump Seat view. I had to combine several photos....but I draw the line at having the curtains sway....

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    BTW....if anyone knows for certain what that big red handle does [near pilot's right knee] lemme know....I set it to pull as emergency Gear control....cos a 114 really needs Gear....with 8 huge props....

  4. #29
    Looks like that lever is a parking brake....seems odd cos there's a knob just near it that does the same thing....unless...that one's 'normal use' and the big red lever is 'cripes we're running out of runway'...

    I've done quite a bit more....[almost] everything from 16s to 142s ....started looking at the 154.....
    It'll never end...

  5. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Jafo View Post
    One of my fave planes to mess with was the 114...cos I'd already skun it externally quite a bit....
    So I decided to not just do the 2D panel but the more 'entertaining' Jump Seat view. I had to combine several photos....but I draw the line at having the curtains sway....

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    BTW....if anyone knows for certain what that big red handle does [near pilot's right knee] lemme know....I set it to pull as emergency Gear control....cos a 114 really needs Gear....with 8 huge props....

    I have always enjoyed jump seat views!



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  6. #31
    I might look at doing some more with jumpseat views...if I can find a suitable pic/pics to adapt.

    Meanwhile...was starting to compile the first Tu for upload...the 114 ...and had another look at the paints....I'd done quite a few for the 114...back in 2013 [and uploaded them here] but that's nearly 9 years ago. Since then I've rethought things a bit. I'd got the 'metal' to work OK back then but for some reason I'd gone pure 'flat' on the windows....so no glass shine...just fake paint...so I redid the alphas so they look a little more like the way they would/should. I had already upped the detail from the original 1024 to 2048 back then...I suppose if I really get eager I could go 4096..... maybe for a rainy day.....

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  7. #32
    Looking forward to these, love your efforts!
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  8. #33
    I had a 'simple' graphic Autopilot for the 114...but I found a good photo of the real one...so added it as a popup ...and naturally also on the Jumpseat view. They appear to be on 'arms' and can be pulled down to face either pilot...so they're quite er dominant...

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    If I knew exactly what the text was I could double check the functionality. [My Cyrillic Russian is non-existent...much beyond CCCP = SSSR. As it is 2 lights and 2 'knobs' don't do anything...but the rest are likely to be correct...

  9. #34
    A 'rather remote' jump seat view for a 95 ....tiny little gauges and all. OK, so some of the AP lights are only 3 pixels...but it all 'works', including yokes...

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  10. #35
    Cool! I like that overhead framed picture too!

    Tommy

    Quote Originally Posted by Jafo View Post
    A 'rather remote' jump seat view for a 95 ....tiny little gauges and all. OK, so some of the AP lights are only 3 pixels...but it all 'works', including yokes...

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  11. #36
    I haven't forgotten all these....but I keep finding fun things....now it looks like I've got a suitable image for another jump seat view ...for the 154.

    ....and there's a 128 to research....gonna take a bit to find good pics tho, I think.

    First one I'll upload will be the 114, as I've already done the paints as well [years ago]...

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