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So I think you kow the F-111 with canards, this is a nice project i`m workin on and I wanted to post some new screens.

 

I changed the F-111F to a D modell, do you see what`s new??? :rolleyes:

 

 

 

with help from ravenclaw :big_boss:

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Another sweet Idea; great: do you think we can make a combined effort?

IT makes sense, and would leave the weaapon bay free for more ordnance, whil the cameraa set under the nose performs as a pavetack..

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Or with Canadair in a pack the time will show :tumbleweed:

 

I am adding your canards to the RF-111G. She is lovely. Just one question; how in the hell do you have the canards of the same color of the skin?

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Mh when you add my canards to your modell this will cause some trouble when the users use both modells I think i have to rename it... need to download a hexeditor.

 

There are some BMP`s included with the textures so you can repaint them in every colour you want

 

"My canards" <--- the one i use not created ...

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There are some BMP`s included with the textures so you can repaint them in every colour you want

My question was, "How do I copy the color form the skin of the plane I want to add the canards to?"

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The answer was:

 

"There are some BMP`s included with the textures so you can repaint them in every colour you want"

 

:yahoo:

That is the problem,, "I can't get the color I want!"

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So I think you kow the F-111 with canards, this is a nice project i`m workin on and I wanted to post some new screens.

 

I changed the F-111F to a D modell, do you see what`s new??? :rolleyes:

 

 

 

with help from ravenclaw :big_boss:

 

Tomcat parts on the belly??

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I gotta say, I dig it with the stabilisers under the engine and the IRST looking wart under it's snout, but not the canards for some reason :dntknw: . But hey, different strokes for different folks! :wink: Nevertheless, it's good stuff Blackbird! '2 weeks'? :yes:

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A defense analyst here wrote a series of articles about an upgrade of the F-111C with AESA,F119 engines,SMT/D style thrust vectoring (for trim and high altitude maneuvers),JDAM,JASSM,JSOW,SDB,AMRAAM capability,basic stealth features and a complete refurbishment of the airframe.

Pigs Forever Article

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I think he called it the F-111S

I was a while ago working towards one but I hit a brick wall in terms of knowledge and my laptop died.

Edited by Karyovin

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Personally i think any update on the F-111 is welcome.... thrust vectoring, stealth, full millenium edition avionics.... should be sweet :ok:

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Great minds think alike, Blackbird. ;) I was actually motivated by canadair's RF-111G to make my own upgraded RAAF F-111G. My rationale is that when the RAAF bought the 15 F-111Gs in the 1990s, they actually bought 24 and put them through a Capability Enhancement Program to deal with future threats.

Basically, I've just fiddled with the .inis to give my Pig APG-70 and GE F-110s, modern weapons (JSOW, JDAM [i use the BGM-109C as a subsitiute for AGM-158]) SAHMs and Litening. However, I was wondering if any skinning/modding experts out there could tell me how I could replace the TF-30 nozzles with F-110s?

Edited by PigDriver

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