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Muesli

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  1. Hey all, still fiddling around and reading the site Simmers Paintshop. In that time I have painted a Hunter for you. Remember, I am still learning and practising.! Muesli
  2. Thanks Derk, Done that now! Sorry if small details seem not in order, I try to make these only with the info available on the net. Thanks for the input! Muesli
  3. Both skins now in Cold War Skins download section...
  4. Version

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    This is one of several Fokker-built Hunters of the KLu. This one was one of several stationed at airbase Leeuwarden and was part of 630 squadron when they were still flying aircraft instead of doing airbase security. It was essentially a F.4 on which the wings of the F.6 type were joined. these have dogtooth trailing edges. Enjoy this handsome one! (Thanks Sundowner for the use of the basic Hunter skin!) PS: This skin is to be used for AD's Hunter F.6, so NOT for the standard Hunter FGA in WOE!! -As adviced by "Kirsten"I have enlarged the squadron logo to be more in proper proportions with the real thing!-
  5. Version

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    This is one of several Fokker-built Hunters of the KLu which were stationed in Papua New Guinea in the early sixties. It was essentially a F.4 on which the wings of the F.6 type were joined. these have dogtooth trailing edges. The tail represents the PNG flag. Enjoy this handsome one! (Thanks Sundowner for the use of the basic Hunter skin!) PS: This skin is to be used for AD's Hunter F.6, so NOT for the standard Hunter FGA in WOE!!
  6. Ehm, I have the file here. I concerted the BMP into a JPG to ease upload. Simply make a BMP of the Hunter_1 file again and play! Ciao
  7. Hey dudes, managed to fiddle with the tail and create a Dutch Hunter from the New Guinea era. Looks rather spiffy if I may say so!
  8. The one downloadable on this site. It is AD's Hunter F.6. Enjoy!
  9. And here the file, if you like it a bit... It's only one aircraft, only one serial. I do not have the time (yet) to make a decal set. Ciao guys, enjoy!
  10. Day of days......

    As a young "kid" I volunteered to join the Dutch Army during the Balkan crisis in the former Yugoslavia. Being in a country too small to have good experience dealing with its soldiers, I returned home after 6 months all left to my own fate. Here, when damaged psychologically, you are abandoned by the society. Therefore I can only say that you have done a noteworthy and honorable thing. My cudo's to you my friend! Wish there were more like you.
  11. Hey guys, Forgive me if the planes look like dogs, but it's my first try in making a few after-WWII skins for some planes in Dutch service! Just want to know what you think, and if someone can provide some decent photographs of these variants. I would also want to know if there is someone who can provide me with fonts for WP and NATO serial numbers?! Thanks in advance guys!
  12. Thanks for all the help and tips guys! You'll hear from me soon! Muesli
  13. Sorry, I seem completely European but I have never heard of WOE; Soviet Invasion. The one I have is Cold War Gone Hot... Therefore: ???
  14. But wait...... there's more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mig-21MF cockpit section to build in the SFP1 flightsim: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/MiG-21-MF-C...1QQcmdZViewItem A fly worthy Aero L-29 Delphin dirt cheap! http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/L-29-Aero-V...1QQcmdZViewItem A Soko Galeb G2, a former Balkan bird: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Soko-GALEB-...1QQcmdZViewItem A nice F-86L, better looking than the earlier D-model, and flyable after some work: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/North-Ameri...1QQcmdZViewItem And for the warbird lovers demanding pistons, a vintage B-23: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1940-Dougla...1QQcmdZViewItem And a Grumman S-2 Tracker Firebomber: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Grumman-S-2...1QQcmdZViewItem I wish I had a private airfield.... Oh! And some money, too! :(
  15. Classic Cartoon One-Liners

    Short scène from Dexter's laboratory Dexter: "Omelette du fromage!! Omelette du fromage!" Dee Dee: "That's all you can say-ay!! That's all you can say-ay!! That's all you can say-ay!! That's all you can say-ay!!"etc.etc.etc.
  16. It is plain FABULOUS! If anytime you plan to do more skins (for example a Dutch Hunter during the New Guinea campaign) http://www.luchtmacht.nl/vluchtdoordetijd/...euw_guinea.html http://www.willemsessink.nl/vlkluhunter_06.html http://biak.info/foto/fotos-toen/hunter/index.html I will be the first to use it and praise you!!!
  17. I am also looking forward to some Dutch paint schemes. Here you have some info for the K-Sabre: http://www.willemsessink.nl/vlkluf86_000.html http://www.jetphotos.net/showphotos.php?regsearch=Q-305 Among others of course. thanks in advance for the effort!
  18. Marcfighter, you're the absolute SHIZNIT!!!! Top work on the planes, i'm looking forward to new ones! Ciao!
  19. Hey Wrench! Cudo's for the effort, but (sorry!)..... After the installation according to your readme's I started the game and the radar noses are still NOT visible. The picture and LOD file are placed correctly and an addition is made in the weaponsdata file but no go. on the P the missiles do have their pylons (???) but the 4 on the PM are free floating... Is there maybe a glitch in the addition of the Weapondata file or in the data file from the plane I need to correct? Thanks again for the addition of these interesting planes, i hope I get them to work properly! Muesli
  20. Because there are lots of us who cannot drop one stinkin' pickle in the bullseye I made a short scheme to calculate the distance to target for dropping a bomb. It's in a small text file and you can print it on 1 A4 paper. The calculation is for all sizes and weight and is approximate! Good luck! Muesli
  21. Hey FastCargo, thanks for the reply! The values stated are for dumb bombs in level bomb drops, the speed is in KIAS. As I said, it is an estimate of figures but might help putting the pickle closer to the target! Ciao!
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