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    Whitley

    Slow but steady....

    That is not distortion you see it is the poor way I make texture maps. never learned lithunwrap. Anyway when John paints it he hides all my mistakes.
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    Looking good. They were strange birds when one compares with later bombers.

    Cato said "Carthaginem esse delendam"
    I say "Carthago iam diu deleta,sed enim Bellum Alium adhuc aedificandum est"

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    Taking off using the current model is a bit of a mission! No doubt realistic.

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    Wow, I didn't know this was in the works!
    Thanks Ted!
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    One of my favorite early-war bombers.

    Hope to see it soon.

    Maybe also a glider-tug version?

    hertzie.

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    Flight model

    I used the one in game and modified it using actual factory data for the control surfaces etc. At 16500 clocks in at 230 mph. Seems to takeoff under full load fairly well for a twin in CFS3. Need to verify climb rate and once that is zeroed in should be good to go. According to pilots the plane was easy to fly, stable, and stall was predictable. Made this since the one we have, like the Stirling were cfs2 port overs and early models to boot. The pit will be a nice upgrade from what we have.

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    Looking forward to this ! Love your Avatar ! Respectfully ,Scott

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    just an update

    getting there - should be able to send the model sans the main cockpit to John very soon.
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    cockpit

    Just started to texture the pit. Used the glass material suggestions from Ted Miller (RIP) and I think they are way too reflective, need to tone that down some. Not quite finished but I think it is a nice upgrade from the Whitley we have.
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    Like! And you work fast too!

    (What are the values he suggested? )

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    Looking superb Ted, great cockpit.

    Cheers

    Shessi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Like! And you work fast too!

    (What are the values he suggested? )
    crossram - search for his thread - he replied to you I think....

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    She has been primed.....

    Just a little tease
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    Eye candy!

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    Looking great ! Excited to see this work on the early part of the War . Thanks,Scott

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    Keep it coming!

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    Nice work by both Ted and John !

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    Is that the same plane I sent you.....

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    You never fail to impress me with what you are able to do with my models. The main pit is just about ready, just a few tweeks here and there....

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    Looks super ! Wow ! Thank you all for the work involved ! Regards,Scott

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    Looking great John. From 51 Squadron.

    Cato said "Carthaginem esse delendam"
    I say "Carthago iam diu deleta,sed enim Bellum Alium adhuc aedificandum est"

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    Excellent work!!

    I don't know how you two can deliver such quality in such short time! And John, your painting style is so distinctive, I could probably recognize it from space. Fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Excellent work!!

    I don't know how you two can deliver such quality in such short time! And John, your painting style is so distinctive, I could probably recognize it from space. Fantastic!
    Well at least for me if you do this enough it really flows pretty well once you are in a groove.

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    Bloomin' marvellous!! Ted and John, what a great double act you guys are!
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