Still on Airwolf...
I really liked how the photorealistic panel for the front came out. I was really pleased with the way it looked, but now I just have to make all the gauges work! And the slightly less standard backseat panel. That's more fun - I can just let my imagination go!
We've also just re-done our website:http://www.captainjohnfsx.net
We post updates and screenshots there as we go.
End shameless plug.
So, having now taken on responsibility for Scenery and Gauges+other stuff with Airwolf, I hope you like what your seeing. You can see updates of what we're up to in the Screen Shot forum or on the website:http://www.captainjohnfsx.net
Yes, I am just plugging here.
It's a very time consuming process, but the results are very rewarding and look promising. We are trying to create the ultimate Airwolf addon, so it won't be released until it's all right. You might be in for
So, I'm now on board the Archangel productions team( Hi John!) with the Airwolf project. Only doing the website up, mind you, as you may have noticed in my updated signature. Or not. If you had, that's either er,er very observant or er, er, you have too much time on your hands.
Haven't posted here for a while... ages actually. I've been fairly absent from the site since the summer, and I haven't really done much flying or development. I will get that SE5a released... one day. I might even get around to finishing the series of aircraft design articles I promised the flightsim team last year...
The expedition with the photographic scenery went well, by the way. Not that you really care, probably.
This weekend, I'm off on a bit of an expedition. Now, it's on several fells in the Lake District( for my overseas readers, you'd probably call it a couple of small hills, but for us in the UK it's a big thing!)
So, I thought, so I don't get lost, why don't I fly the route beforehand on FSX with my newly acquired photographic scenery? Would it be detailed enough?
It was. I could fly the whole route in the Ultralight. Now, all I have to do is not get lost on Saturday and