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Two Sopwith Triplane Skins uploaded now

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After some more working on my Triplane skins, they are uploaded for everyone's use.

Here are the pics - have fun with them and stay aloft!

 

 

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Thank you all!

I like the Tripe a lot and will fly it more often now that I got hooked.

An aircraft easy to fly, very agile AND fast - what more would you want on the British side?

(Well, two guns would be nice... But you can't have it all).

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An aircraft easy to fly, very agile AND fast - what more would you want on the British side?

(Well, two guns would be nice... But you can't have it all).

Sure can! ...there's a 2 Gun version of the Tripe available for about 1 months service

Really nice work on theose skins Olham

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Lovely job. If Sopwith had Olham as an employee during the War they could have flogged a load of Tripes to the French! :grin::good:

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Seems, the Tripe was too expensive or too difficult/time consuming to build - otherwise

they would have had many more of this wonderful craft, I'd think.

And only then they could have sold any to France.

 

But with these designs, you can be glad if your squadron commander lets you get away with it! :acute:

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Olham, that silver bird is truly a very beautiful paint job. Crates of beer for the ground crew are in order. I've not put a skin into OFF before, but I sense an RNAS career with personal skin coming on so I'll have to look into it.

 

And to all the excellent skinners on these forums, hurrah. You do wonderful work.

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They are zipped (compressed) files. Right-click on a file, then choose "extract here".

After that, move the file here:

 

(your game folder) > campaigns > CampaignData > skins

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They are zipped (compressed) files. Right-click on a file, then choose "extract here".

After that, move the file here:

 

(your game folder) > campaigns > CampaignData > skins

 

 

Sorry but when i did that after its unzipped thier is nothing but a help file and a paintshop pro file

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Yer right, BOBDAV - I obviously compressed the wrong files; the Photoshop skins.

Sorry for that; now I uploaded the dds-files; may take a while, cause the admins

need to check the files, before they can be downloaded.

 

My brain is only scrambled eggs recently...

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Yer right, BOBDAV - I obviously compressed the wrong files; the Photoshop skins.

Sorry for that; now I uploaded the dds-files; may take a while, cause the admins

need to check the files, before they can be downloaded.

 

My brain is only scrambled eggs recently...

 

LOL Works like a charm really beautiful skins Thanks

 

 

 

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Really nice work, but what are you doing working on, uhh.. those other guy's planes. You didn't sabatoge them, did you? grin.gif

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Rabu, I like to work out some personal skins for aircraft I like to fly myself.

So, although I'm mostly flying Albatros campaigns, I always have a British

and often a French pilot too.

I am a European there, seeing that the former enemies had built some great

aircraft, too. And I enjoy the Tripe.

 

Thanks for the compliment! :drinks:

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