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P-35 = Dev A Team

 

P-38 = Wolf257.

 

They OWN their repsective 3DMax files, and are the only one capabable to "reworking" them. Now, if Wolf wants to donate the MAX files to another 3D Guru, so some tweeks can be made, great. Otherwise, things 'are what they are, and will remain so forever'. Unless new builds are created.

 

Hopefully, DAT will take care of their stuff (eventually, given Real Life ™ commitments).

 

wrench

kevin stein

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P-35 = Dev A Team

 

P-38 = Wolf257.

 

They OWN their repsective 3DMax files, and are the only one capabable to "reworking" them. Now, if Wolf wants to donate the MAX files to another 3D Guru, so some tweeks can be made, great. Otherwise, things 'are what they are, and will remain so forever'. Unless new builds are created.

 

Hopefully, DAT will take care of their stuff (eventually, given Real Life ™ commitments).

 

wrench

kevin stein

 

 

it seems that DAT is slowly updating their work tho outside of things for all inclusive installs it doesnt seem to have priority. hmmmph where can i get 3DS Max for cheap. gettin sick of Jugs that have no moving control columns

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You're always surprising! Could you also revamp some old models (with their permission off course) like P-35,P-38 and others? :good:

 

 

im thinking more aroud the line of the P-39D not revamp but a new model

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Royal Hellenic AF Po-633

Coming along slowly.

great Job Lloyd

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I should have these posted in the next few days.

 

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These skins represent 1st and 2nd escadrille of GBA I/51 during June 1940. I've included 13 Br-693 skins and 5 Potez 633 skins to reflect the organisation of French squadrons of the time.

 

LloydNB

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Originally part of a Chinese order, one Potez 633 made it to French Indochina where it was used by the Vichy force, first against Siam/Thailand and then the Japanese.

 

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Coming soon.

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sea hurri, too!

 

don't forget, Kesselbruts Hurricane cockpit is freeware -- he's given his permission for any of his work to be freely used.

 

I take you've go the SAM Modelers Datafile on the Hurricanes??? -- it's invaluable!!

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http://www.farposst.ru/phpBB2/index.php

 

site is all in russian

 

http://modelfan.ru/

 

site is russian, but has a translator button at the top

 

for farposst, use the 'Katalog' look for Moderlers Data file (there's SEVERAL of interest <grin>

 

at modelfan, you'll have to scroll through the aircraft sections (i disremember seeing, however)

 

 

expect to loose a couple of days browsing ... :lol: might want to also look into a LARGE external HD for storage!!!

 

and TEMPLATES!!! I'm reasonably certain LloydNB is going to be wanting them!!! (and me too!)

suggestion: for all the hurris, try and keep the mapping the same. mesh names too, where possible

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I maped everything the from my master file for ease of reskinning and all the meshes have the same names (HUGE GRIN!) except for model type stuff and that stuff is on every .bmp i'll setup a set of psd's with the UVW's at the bottom. My themplates are 150 MB each and growing so I'll condence the lines (i have like 10 layer sets of lines just to play with the Opacity and placement of stuff)

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Mk.4 Pit Construction Update :cool:

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