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  1. Hi fellow members. Currently doing skins for the CP-121 trackers :) Almost done with them. What have been done : - Make template bigger - Redraw the panel lines - Add some rivets - Do the decals and place them mainly straight on templates Still to do : - serials and plane numbers (which i have but still to do) and place them :) - some decals to be placed (mainly under wings) Here is the WIP late ''early'' scheme. In fact it's the third and last scheme like that as there is 2 earlier the difference beiing the tail flag. And will do the 80's era scheme along with the Low-Viz late scheme
  2. CP-121 skins on the final stretch. Here is one of the WIP
  3. Watched a movie on the cable, want to know which one? Yes! Do this remind you something :)
  4. CH-124A early deployment CP-140 long range patrol
  5. Remember the fun i had to do this skin :) lol
  6. T-34 Layered templates View File If some want to improve them or make more feel free to use this :) Mario C. 1977Frenchie Submitter 1977Frenchie Submitted 05/07/2018 Category Other  
  7. View File T-34 Skin pack To be used on SF2 T-34C Mentor that can be found in the SF2 Falklands Mod (Redux) 3.01 by eburger68 available here : https://combatace.com/files/file/13296-sf2-falklands-mod-redux/ You will get the following skins in this package : Reworked : ARA1 ARA2 CANA4 New : RCAF Early * in real life they were T-34A RCAF Late * in real life they were T-34A USAF * in real life they were T-34A USN Installation: Copy the current pack objects/aircraft folder in your game Mentor aircraft folder. Copy the current pack objects/decals folder in your game Mentor decals folder. Copy the Mentor.ini and Mentor_DATA.ini to the game Mentor aircraft folder. On the original skins (reworked one's), i only did minor corrections so all credits goes to the original persons. For the reworked one's, all done by me. RCAF serials and plane numbers are real one's. Credits: Thanks to Thirdwire for creating the Strike Fighters series. Thanks to those involved in the original aircraft Thanks to me for the redraw of the lines and paint work + new skins :). Happy flights! Mario C. Frenchie1977 Submitter 1977Frenchie Submitted 05/07/2018 Category Other  
  8. T-34 Layered templates

    Version 1.0.0

    20 downloads

    If some want to improve them or make more feel free to use this :) Mario C. 1977Frenchie
  9. T-34 Skin pack

    Version 1.0.0

    36 downloads

    To be used on T-34C Mentor by the Dev A-Team You will get the following skins in this package : Reworked : ARA1 ARA2 CANA4 New : RCAF Early * in real life they were T-34A RCAF Late * in real life they were T-34A USAF * in real life they were T-34A USN Installation: Copy the current pack objects/aircraft folder in your game Mentor aircraft folder. Copy the current pack objects/decals folder in your game Mentor decals folder. Copy the Mentor.ini and Mentor_DATA.ini to the game Mentor aircraft folder. On the original skins (reworked one's), i only did minor corrections so all credits goes to the original persons. For the reworked one's, all done by me. RCAF serials and plane numbers are real one's. Credits: Thanks to Thirdwire for creating the Strike Fighters series. Thanks to those involved in the original aircraft Thanks to me for the redraw of the lines and paint work + new skins :). Happy flights! Mario C. Frenchie1977
  10. Check the HUDDATA.ini and check if these lines are set to TRUE or FALSE : [HUDLabels] EnableLabels=TRUE LabelFriendlyAir=TRUE LabelFriendlyGround=TRUE LabelEnemyAir=TRUE LabelEnemyGround=TRUE [MapLabels] EnableLabels=TRUE LabelFriendlyAir=TRUE LabelFriendlyGround=TRUE LabelEnemyAir=TRUE LabelEnemyGround=TRUE [Map] MapDisplayLabels=TRUE
  11. Speed Trap

    Nice one's :) A few from my Boatswain years in the RCN cadets : 1- While working on the engine room on a training ship we had a problem on the compressor and i said we were having trouble getting steam under pressure and a newby asked what we should do. The other boatswain asked him to go get a steam bucket in the chain room. We wera laughing our asses when he went for it. When he came back he said he was sorry, but when he left the steam was in the bucket but on his way back he spilled it everywhere :) Smart guy! 2- On night duty watch on an island we had way too much time to waste :) So in the night we buried a garden hose and made it pop out from a wooden pit that covers a drain hole. The next morning we told a recruit that if water was coming out from the hole he should warn us because it means the island integrity is compromised and the island itself was sinking. We waited about 45 minutes and open the garden hose. When the water went out straight in the air we heard : ''The island is sinking, the island is sinking'' along with a boy running in every direction. Priceless! 3- We asked a recruit to go get the parade square keys at the main warehouse. He looked at us like you're kidding right? The Gunny next to us smell the joke and looked at him and said : ''Look son, I asked them to ask you. Do i look like i make jokes?'' We heard no Sarge, sorry sarge, i'll be right back sarge! We had to tell the boy 4 hours later to stop his search as he went from dept. to another as everybody was diving in the joke... But he was thinking now the key did exist :)
  12. RCAF No. 4 Flying Training School T-34C Mentor
  13. Twin Otter BLANK templates View File After a few request i had, i went ahead to release the blank templates i have done. 3 folders : 1) All white, no black parts, no prop line 2) All white, black parts, no prop line 3) All white, black parts, prop line. So have fun if you wish :) Submitter 1977Frenchie Submitted 04/23/2018 Category Other Origin  
  14. TopGun Campaigns

    Was hoping this one to pop up sometimes and here it is. Works great, first campaign is a real challenge indeed as said :)
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