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Don't ask when, don't ask why, just don't worry about.
But seriously, i'm not gonna answer any questions about when, how long, or even IF. Mark is very busy.
A show of what I have been doing in my boredom.
Obviously it's the Falcon. And yes, they are ground up textures, and yes, it is entirely PBR thus far.

Renders and a couple in sim shots.

Again, seriously, no questions, and do NOT pester Mark about it, if it gets implemented, which i'm positive it will, it will be on his time.

As always my work for Flysimware is free, but by all means, if you'd like to buy me a beer, a link in my signature will make that happen. 😉 

Cheers


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Incredible looking. Congratulations this is a very nice job.


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The difference a year and a half of learning, and practicing shows. 
Here's a few examples side by side in the exact angle, with time tried to match best I could. Got a little jumbled in the process. 😉 

Mind you, there are a ton of parts either not finished, not final, or not done at all in both the cockpit and cabin..

Also worth noting, this is a fresh P3D v4 install, with only EnvShade/EnvTex, ASCA, AS16 and the likes. No tomatoeshade or anything, pure P3D PBR.

Enjoy!

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Top of the mornin' to ya, heading out for the day to run some much needed errands after working all night..

I offer the spoils of last nights debauchery:

Here you see those beautiful yokes, in all of their PBR glory. Not final, of course, much tweaking there is... Also a little sneak on the throttle knobs..

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Now it looks much closer to reality. The COLOR became close to the prototype. Your work is now very realistic. I am very much waiting for the release of this beauty.


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Respect WB.  Great work.  Now, I hardly like to mention this, but...

Any chance at all (when you've done the interior) that you could take a quick  look at the exterrior dynamic landing and taxi lights?  Get them more realistic like the ones you did on the Lear?  I have raised this before, but Mark is way to busy with other matters to look at it, I gather.  They are way too powerful and aligned straight ahead, lighting up the roofs of hangers across the airfield.  It just gets to me, considering how good the rest of the aircraft is. 

I'll creep off now.

Ariel

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52 minutes ago, Ariel said:

Respect WB.  Great work.  Now, I hardly like to mention this, but...

Any chance at all (when you've done the interior) that you could take a quick  look at the exterrior dynamic landing and taxi lights?  Get them more realistic like the ones you did on the Lear? 

Ariel -- what sim are you using? And do you use any third party shader addons, etc.

Al

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14 hours ago, Ariel said:

Respect WB.  Great work.  Now, I hardly like to mention this, but...

Any chance at all (when you've done the interior) that you could take a quick  look at the exterrior dynamic landing and taxi lights?  Get them more realistic like the ones you did on the Lear?  I have raised this before, but Mark is way to busy with other matters to look at it, I gather.  They are way too powerful and aligned straight ahead, lighting up the roofs of hangers across the airfield.  It just gets to me, considering how good the rest of the aircraft is. 

I'll creep off now.

Ariel

I'll look at them at the end of the project.


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Mighty impressive!

Al

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23 hours ago, ark said:

Ariel -- what sim are you using? And do you use any third party shader addons, etc.

Al

P3Dv4.5 HF3.  No additional shaders etc.  Dynamic reflections set to Low (if that's relevant).

I mainly object to the way the Falcon lights blow out detail in the daytime, let alone at night. also the taxi lights illuminate high structures.  Way more powerful than the Lear.  See this link for pics (if it works - I'm not very good at doing this).

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8b01r0zmto3zkil/AADUQFtF95ItVOd9WOdCd3Ona?dl=0

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