Just checked - I got the nationality wrong. It is stock, but it's the stock American Fletcher Class destroyer, not a German one.
Like that gun pod: rather juicy!
Holy s**t, Batman!!! I didn't think anybody downloaded those Ki-200's & J8M1's. Those early skins are gawd awful.
There should also be some Akigusa gliders in the DL section. The Akigusas did not have motors, fuel or guns and were balasted w/water & weights to help simulate the flying characteristics of the test aircraft. They were used to train pilots as the flying models were about to hit production. Only two or three Shusuis were built before the war ended and one of those sploded after take off on a test flight.
There's also some Shusui vehicles w/tractors in the DL section. They show up sporadically at airfields along w/firetrucks and staff cars. These were one of the earliest things that I uploaded. The Shusuis (flying and ground vehicles) were betas originally made by Dancat and intended to be Me-163's. I just "converted" them to Shusuis.
Have you learned about how to use layers and alpha transparencies in your painting? I'm slowly learning how to paint as well, and have found my work is greatly improved by doing this. I use paint.net, a free program, which is fairly easy to use. I hope it helps!
It's a learning process, keep at it and you'll get there eventually. I'm still just barely getting it myself...
The problem is that i don't understand layers and transparency
If anybody could tell me what it is.......
If you're using paint.net, there is a layers tab. Open it and create a new layer. You can paint on this layer without affecting the background, and using the opacity option you can make it fade into the background as much or as little as you like. It helps a lot with letting panel lines show through the etc. I'm pretty sure there are some good tutorials here at this site that will help you way better than I can.
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