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I cant remember...when part hit and damage appears...does rudder seperate and attached parts like the light ?....IIRC the "detach when destroyed"|  means original tail mesh and the  parts attached. ?

senior moment lol

 

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4 hours ago, FalconC45 said:

I apologize but do I see WPAFB? ;)

Falcon

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Soulfreak, wonderful picture

may i ask: which model/texture ?

which sim ? FSX ?

cheers

sokol

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2 hours ago, Sokol said:

sorry for not looking closely, itis sf2.

but how did you manage that cloud layer ?

It is NOT! You cannot create such cloud layer in SF2. Cloud layers are bidimensional, flat textures in SF2. Moreover, terrain is invisible when over the layer, it does not appear through the layer, which is a game-breaking bug for terrains with high altitudes.

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The one im doing IS for SF2.....some more destruction...

someone confirm please...the destroyed mesh shows and main mesh that detaches DOES take any child part with it?...so not left floating in space...IIRC it does that

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Yes i think so. Thats why i model also the child damaged part in the same "node". When damaged, the engine will replace the current subsystem (and the child subsystems) with the damaged model. 

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