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Enhanced TinMouse B737-200 with VC - up now at Flightsim

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Please take a look at this thread:
https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/showthread.php?315388-Enhanced-TinMouse-Boeing-737-200-Adv-with-virtual-cockpit-for-FS2004
 
and look for the file here!
 
https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/fslib.php?searchid=69237564
 
FS2004 Boeing 737-200 ADV

 

 

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fcq1.gif FS2004 Boeing 737-200 ADV. This is an enhancement for the TMECBK 737-200Adv adaption with VC of Erick Cantu's original model TinMouse 737-200Adv by Bjorn Kesten, with the kind permission of Bjoern. All the liveries from Bjoern's FSX VC model are converted and tweaked to FS2004 format. I have added some gauges to the VC, a TCAS altimeter, stand-by AHIs, altimeters and ASIs. clocks, a nicer timer and a whisky compass. There are several VC configurations, loosely based on photographs. I have modded and cleaned up the VC textures to get a nice three dimensional effect, with additional eye candy and a few variations between liveries. I have also added Shockwave Redux lights. Finally, I have included a real world livery of N320DL Northern Air Cargo based in Anchorage, plus some fictional Northern Air Cargo planes, for a grand total of 22 hires liveries. By Sascha Rieger.
 
Can't upload here because the file is a bit too large!
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Wow Sascha! Let me tell you this is quite a job (and I've just seen the screenshots) what you've pulled off.

Just one question: do you know if any other Cantú 732 repaints are compatible with this plane?

 


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Luis Hernández 20px-Flag_of_Colombia.svg.png20px-Flag_of_Argentina.svg.png

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1 minute ago, Luis Hernandez said:

Wow Sascha! Let me tell you this is quite a job (and I've just seen the screenshots) what you've pulled off.

Just one question: do you know if any other Cantú 732 repaints are compatible with this plane?

 

So far I have not found a version which is directly compatible, Bjoern I think remodelled from the source files and collected the fuselage, engine and tail templates into one single texture. I was going to see if I could convert some repaints to this format, they might transfer with just basic resizing.

However, getting into my stride with some real world paints myself, going for Air Inuit c-GMAI now.

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I just installed and test-flew your updated Tinmouse, Sascha, and it's really impressive.  Thanks for the hard work, and for sharing it with us.   


John G.

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Glad you like it, but the credit goes to Bjoern for modelling the VC and creating the paints!

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