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I am a huge Milviz fan - own and fly regularly four of their aircraft and I have hundreds of hours in the FSX version of this Beaver. To me the shadowing looks very odd though - like the dash and gauges have their mascara running. Maybe there is some refinement needed but it just doesn't look realistic - I think the P3D version looks much more natural but as I say, this is an in progress shot I am assuming.

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Is it me, or are the wheels a bit small ? I know these are normal tyres ( as opposed to tundra tyres ) but the diameter needs increasing, or so it seems to me.

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19 hours ago, JonP01 said:

I am a huge Milviz fan - own and fly regularly four of their aircraft and I have hundreds of hours in the FSX version of this Beaver. To me the shadowing looks very odd though - like the dash and gauges have their mascara running. Maybe there is some refinement needed but it just doesn't look realistic - I think the P3D version looks much more natural but as I say, this is an in progress shot I am assuming.

Those "mascara" lines are actually shadows generated by the sim.  We have little to no control over that. 

1 hour ago, Paul K said:

Is it me, or are the wheels a bit small ? I know these are normal tyres ( as opposed to tundra tyres ) but the diameter needs increasing, or so it seems to me.

There are SO many types of Beavers (Tbeavers, Otters, Totters) out there... we chose one and used that as our reference.  It's correct in both diameter and width as well as depth.

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On 7/15/2021 at 5:22 PM, kaha said:

310 will be their 2nd plane in MSFS. Then I hopefully can put the RealAir Duke into the hangar.

Karl

It converts over pretty well,but sadly none of the switches work via touch....The flight model still works perfectly though. I emailed RealAir about allowing a community based conversion but got no response.

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On 7/15/2021 at 5:22 PM, kaha said:

310 will be their 2nd plane in MSFS. Then I hopefully can put the RealAir Duke into the hangar.

Karl

When flying the RA TDv2 at 20,000 ft over Megascenery Earth V3 and into or through IMC to the host of great addon GA airports I routinely fly to with RXP avionics, REX textures, and AS16 weather, I don't expect to park it in the hangar for quite some time.

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On 7/19/2021 at 11:47 AM, Milviz said:

There are SO many types of Beavers (Tbeavers, Otters, Totters) out there... we chose one and used that as our reference.  It's correct in both diameter and width as well as depth.

Thanks for the response. With the distortions of screenshots and my temporarily diminished eyesight, I couldn't be sure. Thanks again.

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