That's the part I'm still working on
Was this posted before?
Dutch National Aviation Theme Park and Museum.No DC3 without the DC2
Somewhere behind us. Yeah, there were two parts.
::chuckles:; Dont lose that addy.. Hopefully, when we finish with the p-61 we'll be able to refer everyone to that film and the POH for learning how to fly this thing ..
I don't know if you guys noticed, but I added another book to our library, check my folder.
It's in japanese, but don't let that stop you from admiring the photographs!
Check this one for an example of fine weathering:
how's Rob doing with the textures?
Time flies like an arrow
fruit flies like a banana
Thanks JK. From the looks of the photo (and many others) most of them look to have been in service on dirt fields. Almost as if they all followed one another down the runway in a skirmish, with the one in front throwing what ever is on the runways at the one behind..lol.
.....Downloading the file now. Thank You.
Fantastic book.. Thanks Jankees ..
My computer:Win XP 32 Home SP3, Q9650 @ 3.8 GHz, 4GB DDR2-800 RAM @ 845, Zotac Nv 8800GT-OC. Jul. 21,2011
has this photo been shown here yet?...i dont know....
I've seen it. I'm afraid right now my plan is to finish the version the team decided on, which is the "B" model, and then I need to move on to the FSX version of Milton's Tigercat. Somewhere down the line I also have a couple of other personal projects I started that need to get finished. Perhaps way down the line I will revisit the P-61 for variants, but not right now.
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