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Hey all, long time no postings, so I needed do break out the old Aerosim :p0502: and paint by our good friend Ed! Modified her just a tad with a fictional LC holiday charter livery, but here she is in all her glory, on a quick hop from MMTC-MMMX :mexico-flag: . I am checking out all my new Taxi2Gate scenery packs. I was so impressed with their KSTL one, that I picked up pretty much every other one they had. Nice and detailed, LOW FPS hit. Enjoy!! :drinks:

 

SCENERY - Taxi2Gate MMTC - Torreon, Mexico

REX for FS9

PLANE - Aerosim L-1011-500

 

 

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Cleared for take-off runway 12

 

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Postive rate....Gear up!

 

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Into the wild blue yonder


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That is awsome, super crisp! Thanks for sharing.

 

Morten


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My all-time favorite bird, great shots Hank!


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Well @Ed, it is YOUR paint that makes the livery so good! Throwing a chincy '80's retro font doesn't make it, but thanks :-) Oh an congrats on being the foum member of the month! :Party:


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Super!


Happy Flying,

Clem Wu

 

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The tail-mounted engine section must have been difficult to model, similar to how the upper deck of the B747 is an annoying design spot. I like the nice and simple livery, though I had not realized that the L-1011 is that short and stubby.


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yikes first and second screenshots look like photos

 

Aharon

 

Agreed. This really how the planes looks in game? Amazing if so, better than anything I've seen in FSX even.

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Wow! I thought that was a picture of the real aircraft. Where did you get the L1011?


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Where did you get the L1011?

 

It is from Aerosim website. I wanted to buy Aerosim L1011 and DC-8s but the website is in all Japanese language and I cannot make heads or tails out of it so I did not buy.

 

Also, although Aerosim L1011s and DC-8s are FS2004, many people have no problem flying them in FSX with FS2004 panels intact!! How? I do not know!!

 

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though I had not realized that the L-1011 is that short and stubby.

 

The -500 variant is the shorter version in the 1011 family :-)

 

Agreed. This really how the planes looks in game? Amazing if so, better than anything I've seen in FSX even.

 

Yes, I didn't modify the screenshots at all. As, I said Ed's paint takes the glory for this as the phot-real paint really stands out.

 

It is from Aerosim website. I wanted to buy Aerosim L1011 and DC-8s but the website is in all Japanese language and I cannot make heads or tails out of it so I did not buy.

 

Also, although Aerosim L1011s and DC-8s are FS2004, many people have no problem flying them in FSX with FS2004 panels intact!! How? I do not know!!

 

Aharon

 

There is an English site to Aerosim too! http://www.aerosim.co.jp/ just click ont he ENGLISH button on the right and buy it :-)

 

 

 

 

Thank you all for the comments. Thinking about a little run over to CCS today. Look for more screenies!


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