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new a2a c182 vc texture mods

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acquired the c182 during the vc day promotion, very nice aircraft.  some of the vc colors seemed to be a little washed out (probably a fsx color palette limitation) so went about boosting the saturation and contrast on the vc textures. 

 

vc texture changes

-Darker grey front panel, baked in subtle ambient occlusion
-increased color saturation of the gauges (ex: see ADI)
-slightly darker blacks (glare shield, yokes, lower panel, GNS430 bezel)
-added COM/VLOC label on GNS430
-gauge openings are darker black
-gauge glass reflection changed to purple hue to resemble anti-reflection coating

 

here' the flight over puget sound using the original textures,

 

c182_vc_orig.jpg

with the texture mods,

 

c182_vc_mod2.jpgc182_vc_mod3.jpg

 

the files at at sim-outhouse  http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?catid=117&linkid=19676

 

btw, if you don't have steve's dx10 payware fixer, go get it.  worth every penny.

 

 

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Nice.  Seems a bit oversaturated but it could be my monitor.  It's better than the original though.

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