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SF2 WW2 DH TigerMoth by RussoUK

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SF2 WW2 DH TigerMoth by RussoUK

 

-- Something for Anyone --

 

= For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =

 

A new version of the DH Tigermoth, as seen in WW2 and the immeadiate post-war time frames.

This version now has (at no extra charge!!) bump mapping! There are 2 lods included; the one

set for use now has more subtle bumpping; the other a bit LESS subtle.

 

2 skins are inlucded, slightly revamped (read: partly repainted), and now with individual

Plane-in-group numbers/letters and serial number decals for:

 

"Camo": standard RAF day trainer scheme (I guess!); darkearth/green/yellow unders

"Silver": post-war, silver doped, from University of London Air School (iirc)

 

Most of the markings are painted on, with the exception of the Silver skin. All decals

positions have been plotted, which will make it easier for End Users that wish to, to create

other countries markings. A new Userlist.ini is included (for the most popular users, not

all are listed).

An SF2 version of my original 'box art' hangar is included, in jpg format.

The partial template is also included. It's in the main aircraft folder for other skinners

to 'have at it'.

This will give your fledgling flyers something to practice in. And it's a nice change to

just buzz around the countryside with, every once and a while.

 

**Note: this version is designed to REPLACE any/all previous versions!!**

 

As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please

read them. Also, give the "Notes" section a read too.

 

Happy Landings!!

wrench

kevin stein

 

with many thanks to Russ!!

 

Edit: new version uploaded. The "Lewis Gun" now has the textures that were missing before


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