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  1. #2326
    Sometimes I like to go back and fly the early Dash 7 version for the paints.
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    and a few more ...
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  3. #2328
    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    Hi M,
    Looks complete 'junk' to me...........sorry..


    Yes quite agree, there are some good freebies out there, that can be imported, although as they are not optimised for flightsims they also tend to be a little poly heavy.

    Cheers

    Shessi
    That's right Shessi, and often, they show up as one part name, and if mapped, they use FS non-conforming sized textures. But, some have potential like the "HMS Victory" project.
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  4. #2329
    I still fly the early Dash 7 too,because of the old Continental Express scheme and fictional Buffalo Airways colors.Thanks tons for the Dash Milton!

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    That's quite an impressive fleet of Dashes you have Milton. When I see how often the model is mentioned in the various threads, I guess it is still a very much flown model in the sim!

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Some things you just should't try.....

    Inspired by Shessi's Arado Ar234 a, I thought it was a good idea to improve the textures on the WOP Arado Ar234b....

    Of course you can expect it will be difficult to make a detailed texture at roughly 1024x512 pixels. But it was even worse. Stretched textures in a way I never encountered. One side of the tail was stretched with a ratio of 1 : 1.15 and the other side of the same tail was stretched with a ratio of 1 : 1.35 . The fuselage is stretched, but every section with its own ratio...... . Not to mention the differences in scale........ (oops I did mention them now!)

    So I don't think the outcome is not really something to be proud on, but still I hope they look better than the default ones.

    The T9+KH from Kommando Sperling flown by Oblt Werner Muffey from Rheine airfield. November 1944. Finished in the late war RLM 81/80/76 scheme. The unit marking depicts a farting sparrow, and the aircraft flew reconnaissance mission over the British coast to check whether the Allied Forces were preparing for an invasion in the Netherlands.




    The T9+HH from Sonderkommando Sperling, Rheine, autumn 1944. Finished in a RLM 70/71/65 scheme.



    Cheers,
    Huub

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    They still look mighty good to me, Huub. Uploading soon, I hope?

  8. #2333
    The same thing is present in Krzysztof Malinowski's Ki-100 and carries over to A.F.Scrub's update of the same. I use Morton's textures (as always with Morton, they are great!). Unfortunately, as you mentioned with the Arado Ar234b, here the tail has different ratios on each side. I would love to see this aircraft revisited!!
    Matt

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    Where are we now?

    ttfn

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    One of the best reasons for keeping FS9 alive!



    And yes, I've tweaked the image! (More than I should!)
    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat666 View Post
    One of the best reasons for keeping FS9 alive!



    And yes, I've tweaked the image! (More than I should!)

    Oh heck.....Thats just amazing. For giggles what was the original picture?

    Sean

  13. #2338
    It was quite old as the Spitfire VII is 'somewhere' on my backup drive, the toning was just too bright so I've washed out the bright colors and then used a slightly (10%) darker filter.
    Time I reinstalled her as the Mk.VII has been overlooked for ages.

    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    Is it the Spitfire Mk.VII done by Paul Rebuffat for CFS2/FS2002? When it is it must be alternative textures as I can't remember all the maintenance stencils. But definitely a great shot and although the VC of Paul's Spitfire shows its age, the is external model is still quite good

    Cheers,
    Huub

  15. #2340
    Indeed it is the Paul Rebuffat Mk.VII Huub, when I first found his work most of the Spitfires had been updated for FS2004.
    IIRC the interiors had been updated and were fairly acceptable for the time.
    I must trawl through my backup discs and find them.
    The only one that was not quite up to scratch was his Mk.XII but it was the only one around and still acceptable.

    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    Wombat,

    No need to dive in your back-ups, as the model is still available at Paul's own website...... http://www.myzone59.com/rebuffat/fs2002.php

    I just handed over my repaint kit for the Rebuffat Spitfire over to L'iguane. So perhaps some nice repaints will arrive soonish.....

    Cheers,
    Huub



    Paul Rebuffat's Mk.XVI Spitfire

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    Most probably one of the best known liveries for the FW190 A8. The "Black 8" flown by Feldwebel Willi Maximowitz from Dreux airfield France in June 1944.



    While re-installing some textures I noticed (to my surprise) that this one had not been done for the WOP FW190. So it became the first one done on my new rig! Based on Martin "ICDP" Catney's excellent paint kit.



    Cheers,
    Huub

  18. #2343

    Lovely stuff!

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    Shessi

  19. #2344
    Really nice Huub



    Brunosk (Bruno Duffort) MkV, oldie but goldie !

    Cheers
    L'iguane
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    Another routine flight from Los Angeles to Reno circa 1953 in one of my favorites, the CV-240.


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    L'iguane,

    Sorry to disappoint you. I had anothing to do with this model nor with the textures. Tthe textures are done by RobH and Brunosk is not Bruno Duffort (aka the "Knifemaker"), but Brunosk is Bruno Escaravage.
    The external model from this Spitfire absolute great and personally I think its the best available Spitfire Mk.V for FS2004. But the VC is really showing its age. As the model was done for specifically cfs2, it was nearly impossible to fly it in FS2004. I replaced the flight model by something more useful.

    Cheers,
    Huub

    BTW Bruno Escaravage has done a lot of nice model. I use his High Speed Lauch to explore the seas..... (And Maunsel fortresses By Ian Elliot.....)




    Quote Originally Posted by l'iguane View Post
    Really nice Huub



    Brunosk (Bruno Duffort) MkV, oldie but goldie !

    Cheers
    L'iguane

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    "Really nice" was for your FW190A8 screens, then I decided to post a WWII screen to follow the trend, I admit it was confusing !
    Indeed RobH did some really good stuff for Knifemaker MkV, I really enjoy them.

    I got confused too with Brunosk, who uploaded a lot of Bruno Duffort work here at SOH....

    Cheers
    L'iguane



    Quote Originally Posted by huub vink View Post
    L'iguane,

    Sorry to disappoint you. I had anothing to do with this model nor with the textures. Tthe textures are done by RobH and Brunosk is not Bruno Duffort (aka the "Knifemaker"), but Brunosk is Bruno Escaravage.
    The external model from this Spitfire absolute great and personally I think its the best available Spitfire Mk.V for FS2004. But the VC is really showing its age. As the model was done for specifically cfs2, it was nearly impossible to fly it in FS2004. I replaced the flight model by something more useful.

    Cheers,
    Huub

    BTW Bruno Escaravage has done a lot of nice model. I use his High Speed Lauch to explore the seas..... (And Maunsel fortresses By Ian Elliot.....)


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    l'iguane,

    According to my best knowledge are Bruno "the Knifemaker" Duffort and Bruno "Brunosk" Escaravage two different persons. Bruno Duffort was not into models, but in textures, flight dynamics, dp-files and panels. The models he worked with were made by others like Paul Rebuffat and Pascal "Asterix" Auterive. Bruno Escaravage is a model maker, who does textures as well. Therefore I don't think that the models which are uploaded here by Brunosk have anything to do with Bruno Duffort.

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Just testing the WIP, and took a screenie. Very early days yet, and a few thousand rivets still too do.
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    It looks like somebody else dug up the old SimTech P39

    Cheers,
    Huub

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