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Very good Work in progress .... I hope for a good cockpit models and avionic functions.

Previous cockpit in marcfighter Su-27 mod it's suck ....

Please make a good cockpit.... thanks

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Yay! That are great pics AND great news! Can't wait to fly her (and hopefully more of the Flanker beauties!) :good: :good: :good:

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Yay! That are great pics AND great news! Can't wait to fly her (and hopefully more of the Flanker beauties!) :good: :good: :good:

Like Indian´s Su-31...

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Very good Work in progress .... I hope for a good cockpit models and avionic functions.

Previous cockpit in marcfighter Su-27 mod it's suck ....

Please make a good cockpit.... thanks

 

Right, because you've made a cockpit.

 

 

Blackbird, this Flanker-C looks beautiful. I look forward to seeing it progress!

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Thanks guys, it uses currently Marcs SF1 Cockpit, for a placeholder with the right textures its absolutly ok. The time will show what we can do about it

Wich right textures ?

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In the first release there was a texture used, that has a copyright from another game, can`t name now. It was good looking but was removed from CA cause of the copyright stuff. I keept it and used it on my side for all the Su-27 family members I hav ereceived over the time.

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Recently found a backup of an old project I thought I had lost some time ago. It's just a repaint of Marcelo's pit, but I can finish it, if you think it can be of any use to you.

 

Would you, please? I've recently sent Marcelo the "completed" Su-33, as a release candidate, and it could use a more detailed cockpit.

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Update on the 25, completly new nose, building the Interior, shadow bug in the first pic is already solved

 

 

 

 

 

Im back into modding

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Welded the nose together and build some new low poly details. Keeping the mesh as lowpoly and smooth as possible

 

 

 

 

Work continues, I think I will make Carlo very happy, if you guys see any error in the shape or something like that, lets discuss it!

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