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  1. #101
    Eeeh... I think so... Yes, I guess!
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    Moerdijkbridges T.5 crash commemoration

    Hi everybody,
    As you might know, my FSX T.5 is part of a project for the commemoration of the crash of T.5 856 near the bridges of Moerdijk, 13th of May 1940. You can find more information at http://www.13mei1940.nl/
    Please have a look there
    Kind regards, Daan
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    This is all I have Daan. I assume these are all familiar pictures for you.






    (The 856 is the third in the row)

    Cheers,
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    Some things in the basic interior were still missing, like panels and seats. I added these now.

    This is the front section seen from the walkway. The gunner had this kind of view when the roof was closed, he then sat down at the front spar.



    Gunner's station, with seat, side console and panel (the 'block').



    This was the office of the radio operator, offering us a view rearward through the truss frame to the tail turret.

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    Absolutely stunning Daan! Wow!




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  6. #106
    Oh my god, Oh my god this is getting better and better all the time. Squeal!!!.LOL!
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  7. #107
    EXCEPTIONAL work man. Keep up the great work!
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  8. #108
    Oh my Daan! Great work mate!
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    Thanks for the kind replies!

    Thanks to Felix I was able today, to finally get my cowl flaps animated correctly. There they are. The main and tail wheel are also animated, though retraction is a little buggy. I think this is because of my stupid armature set-up.
    Blender toolset works good! Huub is working on weathering this baby, by the way. I was afraid it would cost me too much time, and weathering isn't the easiest part...

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    looking sweet
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    Looking great Daan!

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    Masterpiece of a Beauty....
    Oh my, what a wonderful plane! :beer:
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    Thanks for the positive reactions friends!

    Huub weathered the textures for me, he did a wonderful job. I'm now working op spec maps and I'll be starting bump maps too.

    I was playing with this flying fortress (it was actually called so in 1937 in Dutch press!!) a bit, in Tower View, and I liked this image sooo much!



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  15. #115
    That looks great, Daan!
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    Daan, that's a lovely sight!



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    Very nice Daan. Thanks for modeling something a little off the beaten path.

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    Beautiful!

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    oh what a beautiful morning ......


    Days getting better, now this baby is coming to a real life. Can't waite to have here. Beautiful work Daan en Huub!!!!

    By the way, Cees his airports 1940, are a must to have too. Thanks Cees.

  22. #122
    I have a thing for large older twin engine planes, and this one is going to be a blast, squeal. HeHe!!!
    Marvin Carter
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  23. #123
    Applause Daan!
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  24. #124
    Oh Daan, you're a genius!!! WOW!!!

    hertzie

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    But does the T.5 be a sort of copy of the B-25 Mitchell? Some thing look very similar... even if it has a bicycle gear (and the Mitchell a tricycle...)
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