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Hawker Sea Hawk For Fs2004 Released

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Well, chaps, after over a year's worth of work (yes, I am slow), the project is finished. I am literally sitting here with beer in hand. Please enjoy and feel free to share feedback, good or bad. Happy flying. All models and (ongoing) repaints can be downloaded at: http://www.nazcastudios.com/sea-hawk promo.jpg

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Well, chaps, after over a year's worth of work (yes, I am slow), the project is finished. I am literally sitting here with beer in hand. Please enjoy and feel free to share feedback, good or bad. Happy flying. All models and (ongoing) repaints can be downloaded at: http://www.nazcastudios.com/sea-hawk
Looks amazing! Seems to be getting good feedback at CBFS - which is where it really counts. Enjoy the beer and THANKS!

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Hello,

feel free to share feedback
No downloads problems.Just made some tests flights ...Great plane and great model ... and the sound is good.Just noticed (on my side) a problem when I perform a ILS approach:The plane is set on a parallel course of the ILS bearing ...I don't have this phenomena with other planes on this airport ( Mauritius SSR)Regards. xxmasanta.gif

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Excellent looking aircraft! Had no challenges downloading, performance is good on my system, which being nine years' old, is saying something! I think it's a great contribution to our hobby, and thanks for all the work you put into it!Regards,John

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Excellent looking aircraft! Had no challenges downloading, performance is good on my system, which being nine years' old, is saying something! I think it's a great contribution to our hobby, and thanks for all the work you put into it!Regards,John
You are most welcome John, glad to hear it performed well. I kept it pretty low-poly in general, in fact perhaps too low-poly at times. Still, the good frame rates were worth it. Happy flying and thanks for the feedback.Steve

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In the meantime, I've been painting, and have knocked out a few more examples. I also have the static model complete for scenery-builders, and will be releasing that this weekend. The shabby looking partly-bare metal scheme you see below is for WM994, the first of the static model repaints I've done. WM994: sh_161208_020.jpgsh_161208_022.jpgWF174: sh_161208_025.jpgIN157:sh_161208_024.jpgXE444:sh_161208_023.jpg

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Hi All.Well, this looks like a fantastic aircraft, so I downloaded the main file, and some of the extra ones, but I can't see them anywhere in the aircraft list in FS9.1.I grabbed the files, extracted them to a temp folder, then put the gauges in the FS gauges folder, did the same for the sounds and effects etc, then just dropped the 5 seahawks in to the FS aircraft folder.any thoughts on where I'm going wrong here please.Many thanks again.

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Hello,If you downloaded the Sea Hawk F1, clean ... andif your aircraft is in the good FS9 folder (it's seahawk_f1_clean in the aircraft folder) you will see this plane under the name Hawker

//Hawker Sea Hawk F.1 by Steven Beeny, 2008.//ORIGINAL FDE by Jerry Beckwith, with modifications made by Brian Horsey and James Pettigrew.[fltsim.0]title=Sea Hawk F.1, WF182sim=hawkmodel=clean1panel=sound=texture=checklists=kb_checklists=kb_reference=atc_id=atc_id_color=0000000000ui_manufacturer=Hawkerui_type=Sea Hawk F.1, cleanui_variation=WF182description=WF182 as seen in the colours of 898 Sqn, Fleet Air Arm, RNAS Brawdy, 1953.atc_heavy=0atc_airline=ROYAL NAVYatc_flight_number=WF182visual_damage=1
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Can someone post a screen of the cockpits (2D and VC?) Thanks!
I don't have any to hand, but I know there were some 2D panel screens over at Sim Outhouse (see link):SOHBest wishes to all,Steve

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