Peter T.

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About Peter T.

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  • Birthday 08/17/1997

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  1. Hi Peter, Is there an update for the KCGX Meigs Field for XP11

  2. Project: Boeing 777 Series

    Hi Yann, Our attitude has always been to get the aircraft out for everyone to enjoy, and our "disappointment" in being unable to simulate avionics has been embraced with our sister brand, our sarcasm and self-depreciating marketing aims to -attract- not detract interest. The project *is* mediocre in terms of system modelling, and we;ve been brutally honest with that since the project;s announcement. BUT it is by no means compromised in any other areas of the add-on. There is little to show as most of our progress is done within Plane Maker and of course the WIP 3D Cockpit... Our Flightmodelling is going to be top notch as we have a new developer who is refining our (or rather, basically redoing our flight model), and at its current stance: our flight model complies with what the manual describes. Our Visual modelling is also going to be top notch, taking advantage of X-Plane 11's PBR capabilities as seen previously in this thread. Lastly, "PAWDA" gives way to future possible name changes incase we do embark on an effort to bring system modelling to the 777: From "Pretty Aeroplanes With *Disappointing* Avionics" to "Pretty Aeroplanes With *Decent* Avionics"...who knows?
  3. Dear, Peter

    I have sent you an email to the aerobridge1nfo email. I am sorry if this bothers you, bt it would be great to see a reply, even if it's not what I want to hear.

  4. Project: Boeing 777 Series

    BIG UPDATE! So I realised that I modelled the fuse off a badly drawn 3-View cad supplied by Boeing on their website (Which I'm almost certain is the same CAD FlightFactor used too)...so the fuselage is redone and retextured (third times the charm ;_; ) and I'm going back to my trusty old -200ER. So here is the brand new fuselage with new PW4000 engines too!!
  5. What did you fly today?

    Boeing 757-200 in the beautiful United Battleship livery, approaching KSFO Taken in X-Plane 11
  6. Heavy Metal - Aerobridge- DC-10

    Aerobridge- DC-10 View File The DC-10 is uploaded here upon popular request, and that the dropbox link is suspended for having too many downloads. Aerobridge Studios- Douglas DC-10 Developed and designed by : Peter Tram, Pierre Lavaux, Jeffrey Chen Manual : Peter Tram Version 1.1 The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 is a three-engine wide-body jet airliner manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. The DC-10 has range for medium- to long-haul flights, capable of carrying a maximum of 380 passengers. Its most distinguishing feature is the two turbofan engines mounted on underwing pylons and a third engine at the base of the vertical stabilizer. The model was a successor to McDonnell Douglas's DC-8 for long-range operations, and competed in the same markets as the Lockheed L-1011 TriStar, which has a similar layout. From Wikipedia Features: - Custom 3D Modelling based on the default KC-10 - Customised soundset - Refined flight modelling - Refined animations - Real-world airport lighting shades - Basic Custom Panel Support: Please contact us by emailing to aerobridge1nfo@gmail.com or by questioning us here on X-Pilot LICENSE AGREEMENT: Aerobridge Studios reserves all rights. Educational use, business use or commercial use, without a proper license is prohibited. Please contact us for license arrangements.Copying content for personal or other use not covered by the license is prohibited. Submitter Peter T. Submitted 01/09/2017 Category Heavy Metal X-Plane Version(s)
  7. Aerobridge- DC-10

    Version 1.10

    1,082 downloads

    The DC-10 is uploaded here upon popular request, and that the dropbox link is suspended for having too many downloads. Aerobridge Studios- Douglas DC-10 Developed and designed by : Peter Tram, Pierre Lavaux, Jeffrey Chen Manual : Peter Tram Version 1.1 The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 is a three-engine wide-body jet airliner manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. The DC-10 has range for medium- to long-haul flights, capable of carrying a maximum of 380 passengers. Its most distinguishing feature is the two turbofan engines mounted on underwing pylons and a third engine at the base of the vertical stabilizer. The model was a successor to McDonnell Douglas's DC-8 for long-range operations, and competed in the same markets as the Lockheed L-1011 TriStar, which has a similar layout. From Wikipedia Features: - Custom 3D Modelling based on the default KC-10 - Customised soundset - Refined flight modelling - Refined animations - Real-world airport lighting shades - Basic Custom Panel Support: Please contact us by emailing to aerobridge1nfo@gmail.com or by questioning us here on X-Pilot LICENSE AGREEMENT: Aerobridge Studios reserves all rights. Educational use, business use or commercial use, without a proper license is prohibited. Please contact us for license arrangements.Copying content for personal or other use not covered by the license is prohibited.
  8. Project: Boeing 777 Series

    Ok guys, big update!! X-Plane 11 is out, and boy! is the new material model gorgeous. After a bit of studying the normal maps from the 737, I did some test with PBR maps myself and I got to say that this is amazingly satisfying. Its a week worth of producing metalness maps for the normals. Some more model edits includes a basic 3D cockpit model for exterior, new liveries and texture edits. Enjoy the screenshots!!
  9. Project: Boeing 777 Series

    Hey everyone! BIG update: Wing modelling is wrong (looks like 200ER wings with raked wingtips stuck at the end, fuselage is too low poly in contrast to the rest of the modelling, engine shape is wrong too (GE90-95 engines from the 200ER not the 300ER/200LR GE90s). I'm redoing most of the modelling, starting with brand new engine, fuselage, and wing modelling. Landing gear has been refined with better animations and the inclusion of the 300ER specific cantilever system on the front of the main landing gears. - The textures is another highlight, with the fuselage split into 4 sections - each with 4K textures with almost every nut, bolt and rivet textured. - Engines has been completely remodelled, with new cowling that accurately reflect the GE90-115B/110B engines. - The wing is one of the biggest change, from 7 wing cuts to a staggering 11 wing cuts, ensuring an extremely satisfying and smooth wing flex. Slats have been correctly animated, flaps mechanism has been modelled and so on. Enjoy the screenshots!
  10. Hello all! I've been wondering if anyone here will make a nice looking 777, FlightFactor's rendition was comprehensive in the systems, but not so much in visual accuracy. This is my first legitimate aircraft project, It will have a few short comings in terms of detail (but my aim here is to attain the highest level of modelling accuracy), I used Hiroshi Igami's 777 (from POSKY, they're now TDS) as a base, then redid the engines, wings etc and remapped and retextured any model thats used. UPDATE: I scrapped most of the modelled redid the aircraft, starting with the most popular choice at the moment: 777-300ER, check latest post for latest images! One thing about 777s that I like is the wing flex, and FF unfortunately didn't simulate that very well. My wing model is sliced into 7 sections to ensure a smooth and almost-seamless flex. The landing gear also is sized correctly (hehe) and isn't a 200ER landing gear (theres no wiring and no cantilever system in the front). Yes it's going to be freeware, it's a learning project for me, a project launched after being dissatisfied of FF's 777, and also learning to animate. Without further ado, here are lé screenshots for you to feast on. Many thanks to: Jeffrey Chen: for his help advising about animation Goran Matovina: for advising me about the fan blade animations (stuck on it for days) Hiroshi Igami: for his model, and continuous assistance and support in this project ____ Possibly released under Aerobridge Studios.
    Nice work, but the Alaska typeface is not the correct version, the new livery uses a new design. You used the previous "refreshed" typeface.
  11. How will you handle additional liveries?

    The american Airline livery was amusing to look at too, they made a huge huge mistake which I believe everyone can see clearly at the amount of effort they put into these "payware liveries".Instead of just the "American" its "American Airlines".
  12. There's always the option to not purchase products if you do not like the anti-piracy methods here although it looks as if they seemed overprotective, they have the right to protect their product in which they poured hours and effort into, so there should be no questions asked about that. They way Cameron and the developers communicate with customers is responsive, straight to the point and informative from what I see. Lastly, this topic is about FF's 777 incompatibility issues with v10.40+ Maybe you should be the one to know how to properly interact with others instead of slapping devs with overprotectiveness accusations in a thread not even relevant.
  13. [XPLANENATION] Aerobridge DC-10

    I will reupload the DC-10 right here on X-Pilot, along with some improvements. So please wait!
  14. Hi Alfamike, That sounds like an interesting plan, please PM me for more details so we could discuss this possibility. Kindest Regards, Peter T.