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    ETUO RAF Gutersloh_X with HARRIER HIDES_X - WIP

    Hi all,

    today I want to let you know that RAF Gutersloh has been restarted for FSX - SLOWLY - Due to my spare time (with the Hides for FS2004 still in the works)....

    First impressions of the 3.Sqn area at RAF Gutersloh_X, not quiet impressive so far, but a beginning...





    See you, Manfred.

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    Already impressive!!
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    This is looking excellent. It will be nice to have a quality military airfield near the ones I fly out of in the Netherlands 2000 add on.

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    That huge hangar looks awesome! NC

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    Very impressive to me, for a WIP! I look forward to it's release as I just mentioned in the pictures thread about getting my FSX finally up and running. I want to populate it now with much nicer renditions of military fields around the world. Thank you for showcasing what you currently have.
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    Very nice indeed! I especially like the texture of the concrete.

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    Thank you, guys. Simultaneously, I am working on the Harrier Hides.

    Here the WIP at the Senne Range. Meanwhile, I felt in love with the Wilco Harrier. It fits well into the sceneries and it's flyable (and landable!) like a charm after I exchanged its airfile from the RazbamAV8B. Some changes to the gear behaviour and contact points now let it move like the real ones.... The shots show the new trees textures and finer model structures compared with the FS9 version... (which is still in progress - believe me....)







    Here a shot of the operation field Riege Area. It shows the improvement of the ground polygon textures I think to be used at RAF Gutersloh_X as well....

    See you, Manfred.

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    Superb. Gutersloh captures all the Cold War charm.

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    Where do I put the Lightnings?

    Dave

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    You're waiting for the aprons, innit? Gimme a little time, mate
    See you, Manfred.

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    Some great shots there Manschy Looking forward to this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ce_zeta View Post
    Superb. Gutersloh captures all the Cold War charm.
    I fully agree. One detail: will there be 'real' grass textures at some locations? When coming in vertically with a Harrier it may facilitate the estimation of height.

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    If you mean 3D grass like in the upcoming FS9 version than it's planned...



    See you, Manfred.

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    Quite outstanding!!

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    That's what I meant! Fantastic!

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    Insanely beautiful, Manfred!

    In the interim, and as I posted in the FS2004 section - on your existing FS2004 release, which bgl contains the trees? They give that standard portover texture problem, and if they can be removed easily, that would make the 2004 version perfectly useable in FSX until this one's ready.

    Sorry for the slight off topic - again, lovely work, and looking forward to this.

    dl

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    DL - Try out ETUO_OBJ_v2a.bgl - not sure because there might be some few other objects inside too.
    See you, Manfred.

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    Some more shots, now of the RAF Gutersloh_X progress once more:

    Barracks northeast side...





    Some shots of the main area...





    See you, Manfred.

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    Simply insanely gorgeous. Work of art.

    Thanks for the HU!

    dl

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    Progress of the maintenance and administration site....





    See you, Manfred.

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    I can't imagine how good this will look when finished. I only hope I can run it!!
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    Hi all,

    I have to say sorry, but I noticed there were some shots lost while cleaning up my cloud folder

    Now trying to repair it this way:

    Originally added shots to post #1:





    See you, Manfred.

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    Here the shots to post #7:

    Originally:

    Thank you, guys. Simultaneously, I am working on the Harrier Hides.

    Here the WIP at the Senne Range. Meanwhile, I felt in love with the Wilco Harrier. It fits well into the sceneries and it's flyable (and landable!) like a charm after I exchanged its airfile from the RazbamAV8B. Some changes to the gear behaviour and contact points now let it move like the real ones.... The shots show the new trees textures and finer model structures compared with the FS9 version... (which is still in progress - believe me....)





    Here a shot of the operation field Riege Area. It shows the improvement of the ground polygon textures I think to be used at RAF Gutersloh_X as well....

    See you, Manfred.

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    Okay, now back to current stage of work:

    The 4sqn to the west site....



    [URL=http://cloud.directupload.net/1Cvt][/URL

    Shots of the weapon storage area will follow shortly before I will go back to the ground poly designing...
    See you, Manfred.

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    Hey Manfred,

    extremely hot. Fine shots.

    Thomas

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