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  1. #2826

    Hi Pete,
    Great atmospheric pics...

    Made me smile the WED Ju52 ref, that opening sequence and building music is just fantastic, I remember seeing that at the cinema as a young kid when it was released!

    And love that GC 110 pic, Mathias and the team did a superb job, and it still stands up today. Mind you a lot of German folk have forgotten to put their blackouts up!

    Cheers

    Shessi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    Hi Pete,
    Great atmospheric pics...

    Made me smile the WED Ju52 ref, that opening sequence and building music is just fantastic, I remember seeing that at the cinema as a young kid when it was released!

    And love that GC 110 pic, Mathias and the team did a superb job, and it still stands up today. Mind you a lot of German folk have forgotten to put their blackouts up!

    Cheers

    Shessi
    I first saw it (Where eagles Dare) at station cinema RAF Swinderby , and as for those blackouts , it is Berlin after all and we know what Herr Goering said

    ttfn

    Pete

  3. #2828

    Messerschmitts!

    Here's 3 more of Groundcrew design Me110 models (just for Shessi, pity the beta models were never fully finished)




    ttfn

    Pete
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  4. #2829
    Very nice pics Pete, the 110 is a fav of mine also

  5. #2830

    Awww superb, all three in their perfect environments, that D over Norway is a great shot.

    Cheers

    Shessi

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    How very timely for me! My current read is the memoirs of Wilhelm Johnen, who began his night fighting career flying radarless, black, Me.110Cs with NJG1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    Awww superb, all three in their perfect environments, that D over Norway is a great shot.

    Cheers

    Shessi
    It is nice to hear you appreciate the very nice screenshots posted by Pete. However I hope you noticed the gentle hint on Pete's post as well. The GC Bf110 D/E model has a beautiful external model, with silk textures by Alessandro Biagi, however the cockpit isn't much more than an empty box (which could use some magic).

    Cheers,
    Huub

    And repaint won't be a problem as I already have a paintkit ready.......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick View Post
    How very timely for me! My current read is the memoirs of Wilhelm Johnen, who began his night fighting career flying radarless, black, Me.110Cs with NJG1.
    The man had an interesting career, with an unplanned landing in Switzerland as highlight.



    The Bf110 G4 (Werknummer 740 055) flown by Johnen on April 28 1944, which he landed at Zürich-Dubendorf Switzerland, after being hit by return fire from the Halifax III ND759 R-Robert from No. 35 Squadron RAF flown by Warrant Officer Bob Peter (RAAF)

    Cheers,
    Huub

  9. #2834

    Heinkels!



    ALphasim He111




    Shessi / Lampard He177




    Wings of Power He219

    ttfn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    Awww superb, all three in their perfect environments, that D over Norway is a great shot.

    Cheers

    Shessi
    thanks ; feel free to grab them if you want desktop backgrounds or things

    TTfn

    Pete

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    Departing Doncaster Sheffield Airport

    Sandtoft Airfield

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    Nice shots Erican, is this "the now freeware" UK2000 scenery?

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Sandtoft airfield is in PT7 which is now freeware but the Doncaster Robinhood airport is the Xtreme series.

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    1935 in pictures.

    In another thread I said something about the the position of the French technics in the 30-ties. Here the pictures to go with this story.

    France with the Dewoitine D.500



    The United Kingdom with the Gloster Gauntlet



    Germany with the Heinkel He-51



    Italy with the FIAT Cr.32


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    The United States with the Boeing P-26 Peashooter



    And the Netherlands with the Fokker D.XVII




    And without doubt the one most ahead of its time the Il-16 from Russia



    And for Japan? Well the Mitsubishi A5M Claude had not even arrived in 1935...........

    When you compare speed and armament you will understand why I think France was quite ahead of the rest at that moment.......

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    My newest project was an Albatros, but not the one you might expect.

    I always wanted to add an Albatross D.II in my hangar. And although the Albatros D.II by Gary Aumaugher from aerocrate.com/ isn't perhaps the most sophisticated model, it is the D.II is wanted.

    In the livery from Manfred van Richthofen when he flew the D.II with Jasta2 Boelcke

    (As I noticed the wheels and lower surfaces are quite clean, the repaint is not yet ready fro upload.)

    Cheers,
    Huub








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    For those who think I never fly GA aircraft....

    The Beechcraft Twin Bonanza by Eric Dantes has always been one of my favourite GA aircraft. There are many nice retro liveries available for this model.


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    Some images from the cold war

    One of the FS9 installs I have is from the last part of the cold war. The scenery is mainly from Military AI work including the work from the Airfield Construction Group, which they host as well.

    This world is really alive with the large amount of taking off, flying and landing AI.











    Cheers,
    Huub

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    been Russian around recently

    in Vladimir Zhuliskiy's Antonov 12 aka 'Cub' with some paints from around t'web


    ttfn Pete




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    This scenery always makes me happy.

    Duxford by the airfield construction group. And in the virtual world (nearly) everything is possible. So the suddenly the Hendon Bulldog is airworthy again.....



    And older Hurricane by Robert Sanderson.



    Rick Piper's incredible Chipmunk! After all these years still a great model and a pleasure to fly.



    Al low pass from one of Dave Garwood's more colourful Hunters.



    And the WWII filghters/A2A Spitfire from the Dunkirk movie.



    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Cambridge UAS Avro; from a photo in Aeroplane magazine feature this month.

    Cambridge University Air Squadron were Duxford Based



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    ttfn

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    Nice livery Pete. And I just checked, but by now you must have painted half of the Tutors ever build

    Cheers,
    huub

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    Quote Originally Posted by huub vink View Post
    Nice livery Pete. And I just checked, but by now you must have painted half of the Tutors ever build

    Cheers,
    huub
    I only have 70 variants in my Tutor folder,
    and there were 700 built so is 1/10th enough or do you want more ?

    Ttfn

    Pete

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    Wow, well 10% is already quite a lot. Luckily you didn't choose the Bf109 as starting point of your repainters career.

    But when you keep repainting them, I keep downloading those I like

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motormouse View Post
    ... from a photo in Aeroplane magazine ... Pete
    I'm so glad you mentioned Aeroplane Monthly!

    Decades ago, when I was a serious plastic modeler, a hobby shop I patronized sold Aeroplane Monthly on the magazine rack and I bought it regularly. It was one of my most favorite aeronautical magazines. I didn't subscribe because in those days I couldn't afford it, and anyway I could buy each issue as it was published.

    Years went by, I stopped building plastic models, that hobby shop closed, and I didn't see Aeroplane for sale anywhere else. I thought about subscribing but it was too expensive for me in those youthful poverty days.

    More years went by and I looked into subscribing, but even though I was much more prosperous, the cost of a subscription in the US was just outrageously high and I declined.

    Your post prompted me to check again, and I saw that a subscription through the US distributor is no longer prohibitively expensive, so I've just purchased a two-year subscription. I really look forward to reading Aeroplane again!



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