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  1. Version 1.1

    52 downloads

    Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. This is a relatively small airbase in the Eifel in Germany, in between Koblenz and Spangdahlem. It is home to the Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader (TaktLwG) 33, operating the Panavia Tornado, and the USAF 702 Munitions Support Squadron. Since 2007 this base is the only German base hosting nuclear weapons (B61). The base consists of a main runway (2500x45 excl stopway & displaced thrsh) and a parallel taxiway. The main apron is quite small and suits fighters and general aviation. Large aircraft usually park on the parallel taxiway, for example at the run-up bay at the northern end. The fighters based here use the "loops" of dispersals on the south-east and south-west sides of the base. The QRA area is located in the northern loop. (I have named the ATC TaxiRoutes for the loops LE LW and LN, parallel taxiway is P, and the other taxiways A to F from north to south.) This scenery is partly a conversion of my own MSFS version, however it was expanded and edited big time for x-plane 10. Required libraries: Flags of the World, RuScenery, OpenSceneryX, Handy Objects Library, 3D People Library, RE Library, RD Library, BS2001. If you do not have these libraries installed, or if they have not been updated in a while, take a look here (click). The Cooper Airport Rotating Beacon by org user MKiii is included in this package.
  2. Version 1.0.0

    10 downloads

    9 South African military bare metal 4K liveries for Carenado's C185 (and 1 bonus grey livery ) Get the red-stripe liveries for #747 and #731 here, and the "Sandra" #715 livery here. This all started two years ago as an attempt on a single livery. Even though I've never visited Africa, one of my silly dreams is to save enough money to go flying there, so I decided to paint a South African Air Force bare-metal Cessna 185 for my flights in X-Plane. I never painted a livery before or worked with graphic editors, so I had to learn Gimp. I started on aircraft #748 because the clearest image on Google was of that airplane. However, in the last two years I almost gave up because I was distracted by school, and getting the bare-metal to look realistic was impossible. I should not have chosen bare metal for my first livery, or chose a very obscure aircraft in a very obscure air force. Getting enough photo references required extensive digging through the corners of the internet. Last week I tried at the livery again and I decided to multiply a metallic texture layer into the livery. Things looked much better, and once I got the bare metal to look semi-realistic things sort of exploded. When I was finished with #748's current livery (it's now based in Zwartkop's SAAF Museum), I decided, heck, why not paint the 3 other variations of the liveries it wore in the past too. Through the years there were minor variations in the squadron seal, or whether the SAAF Castle was painted on or not, etc. Well, now that I've painted #748, I might as well paint #753, which had red wingtips and spinner and different fonts for its tail number. Then I decided I might as well paint both #729 and #730, because they were similar to #753 with minor variations. Then I decided to paint #711, which had almost the same markings but with a grey base instead. Needless to say, this took way a huge lot of research. I then went on to paint #747, #731, and #715, which are completely different liveries (they look civilian). I'll upload them soon and link them here. So I spent two years trying to paint #748, and in the last three days in a frenzy I painted 14 other liveries of 8 different planes. If that's not insanity I'm not sure what is. Cessna 185A, -D, and mainly -Es were delivered to South Africa in the '60s. During the border wars in South West Africa they were used by the South African Army's 41st and 42nd Army Air Recon Squadron as observer planes to spot and mark enemy artillery with smoke rockets for SAAF's Mirages (fun fact, the Angolans had Soviet Katyushas, which forced the SADF to design the G5 Howitzer). They were based in AFB Rundu, Katima Mulilo, and Ondangwa (Northern Namibia). The planes were originally bare-metal, with "SA LEËR/SA ARMY" written on the side, but the text was removed when the squadron was transferred into the air force in the late 60s. They were repainted in camouflage by the mid 70s, and many served with the South African Police. Then, some were used as trainers for the 84th Light Aircraft Flight School in AFB Ondangwa (so close to the front!) until 1988 before being transferred to AFB Zwartkop. Before retirement in 2006 they were used as border patrol aircraft either at Messina (near Zimbabwe's border) or Macadamia (near Mozambique and Swaziland's borders) for 44th Sqn (since 42nd had been disbanded and incorporated into 44's B flight, with A flight being Bosboks). Liveries included are: #711 SAAF 1968-70s (Light Grey) #729 SA Leër Pre-1968 (Bare Metal) #729 SAAF 1968-70s (Bare Metal) *this plane later crash landed in April 13, 2000 in Mozambique territory, killing 2nd Lt. Andrew Patrick Leith and seriously injuring 3 others. #730 SA Leër Pre-1968 (Bare Metal) #730 SAAF 1968-Jan 25, 1977 Written Off at Musina, Limpopo (Bare Metal) #748 SAAF 1994-1995 42nd Sqd 50th Anniversary 1994-1995 (Bare Metal) #748 SAAF 1996-1998 President's Trophy Air Race (Military Markings Removed) #748 SAAF 2011 Zwartkop Museum Static Exhibit for a pilot's reunion (Red Spinner, Bare Metal) #748 SAAF 2015 Wings Over Zwartkop Airshow, restored to flying status! (Bare Metal) #753 SAAF (Bare Metal, Red Spinner and Wingtips) They look very similar, but each livery is different (which caused a lot of hassle on my part!) To install, just open the .zip and drop the folders inside the livery folder. These are 4k textures, so they only work with X-Plane 10. If I'm not feeling lazy later I might convert them to 2k textures for the folks with X-Plane 9. I'm still not completely satisfied with the bare-metal though, but my skills are still quite limited. I almost thought it was impossible for X-Plane to render bare metal until I saw RocLobster's Bare Metal liveries for the Cessna 170 at the .org, and my eyes popped out of my sockets....RocLobster, you're a wizard. If you are unsure which one to fly first, I highly recommend #748 SAAF 2015 just because I spent the most time on that one Since the total file size is half a GB, if you want to download the liveries individually I made the same entry at the .org but uploaded them in separate zips (taking advantage of their upload size limit ha). Please please please tell me if there's anything I should fix and I'll try to within my abilities. But please be gentle; these are my first liveries!
  3. South African Military C185 Bare-Metal Livery Megapack View File 9 South African military bare metal 4K liveries for Carenado's C185 (and 1 bonus grey livery ) Get the red-stripe liveries for #747 and #731 here, and the "Sandra" #715 livery here. This all started two years ago as an attempt on a single livery. Even though I've never visited Africa, one of my silly dreams is to save enough money to go flying there, so I decided to paint a South African Air Force bare-metal Cessna 185 for my flights in X-Plane. I never painted a livery before or worked with graphic editors, so I had to learn Gimp. I started on aircraft #748 because the clearest image on Google was of that airplane. However, in the last two years I almost gave up because I was distracted by school, and getting the bare-metal to look realistic was impossible. I should not have chosen bare metal for my first livery, or chose a very obscure aircraft in a very obscure air force. Getting enough photo references required extensive digging through the corners of the internet. Last week I tried at the livery again and I decided to multiply a metallic texture layer into the livery. Things looked much better, and once I got the bare metal to look semi-realistic things sort of exploded. When I was finished with #748's current livery (it's now based in Zwartkop's SAAF Museum), I decided, heck, why not paint the 3 other variations of the liveries it wore in the past too. Through the years there were minor variations in the squadron seal, or whether the SAAF Castle was painted on or not, etc. Well, now that I've painted #748, I might as well paint #753, which had red wingtips and spinner and different fonts for its tail number. Then I decided I might as well paint both #729 and #730, because they were similar to #753 with minor variations. Then I decided to paint #711, which had almost the same markings but with a grey base instead. Needless to say, this took way a huge lot of research. I then went on to paint #747, #731, and #715, which are completely different liveries (they look civilian). I'll upload them soon and link them here. So I spent two years trying to paint #748, and in the last three days in a frenzy I painted 14 other liveries of 8 different planes. If that's not insanity I'm not sure what is. Cessna 185A, -D, and mainly -Es were delivered to South Africa in the '60s. During the border wars in South West Africa they were used by the South African Army's 41st and 42nd Army Air Recon Squadron as observer planes to spot and mark enemy artillery with smoke rockets for SAAF's Mirages (fun fact, the Angolans had Soviet Katyushas, which forced the SADF to design the G5 Howitzer). They were based in AFB Rundu, Katima Mulilo, and Ondangwa (Northern Namibia). The planes were originally bare-metal, with "SA LEËR/SA ARMY" written on the side, but the text was removed when the squadron was transferred into the air force in the late 60s. They were repainted in camouflage by the mid 70s, and many served with the South African Police. Then, some were used as trainers for the 84th Light Aircraft Flight School in AFB Ondangwa (so close to the front!) until 1988 before being transferred to AFB Zwartkop. Before retirement in 2006 they were used as border patrol aircraft either at Messina (near Zimbabwe's border) or Macadamia (near Mozambique and Swaziland's borders) for 44th Sqn (since 42nd had been disbanded and incorporated into 44's B flight, with A flight being Bosboks). Liveries included are: #711 SAAF 1968-70s (Light Grey) #729 SA Leër Pre-1968 (Bare Metal) #729 SAAF 1968-70s (Bare Metal) *this plane later crash landed in April 13, 2000 in Mozambique territory, killing 2nd Lt. Andrew Patrick Leith and seriously injuring 3 others. #730 SA Leër Pre-1968 (Bare Metal) #730 SAAF 1968-Jan 25, 1977 Written Off at Musina, Limpopo (Bare Metal) #748 SAAF 1994-1995 42nd Sqd 50th Anniversary 1994-1995 (Bare Metal) #748 SAAF 1996-1998 President's Trophy Air Race (Military Markings Removed) #748 SAAF 2011 Zwartkop Museum Static Exhibit for a pilot's reunion (Red Spinner, Bare Metal) #748 SAAF 2015 Wings Over Zwartkop Airshow, restored to flying status! (Bare Metal) #753 SAAF (Bare Metal, Red Spinner and Wingtips) They look very similar, but each livery is different (which caused a lot of hassle on my part!) To install, just open the .zip and drop the folders inside the livery folder. These are 4k textures, so they only work with X-Plane 10. If I'm not feeling lazy later I might convert them to 2k textures for the folks with X-Plane 9. I'm still not completely satisfied with the bare-metal though, but my skills are still quite limited. I almost thought it was impossible for X-Plane to render bare metal until I saw RocLobster's Bare Metal liveries for the Cessna 170 at the .org, and my eyes popped out of my sockets....RocLobster, you're a wizard. If you are unsure which one to fly first, I highly recommend #748 SAAF 2015 just because I spent the most time on that one Since the total file size is half a GB, if you want to download the liveries individually I made the same entry at the .org but uploaded them in separate zips (taking advantage of their upload size limit ha). Please please please tell me if there's anything I should fix and I'll try to within my abilities. But please be gentle; these are my first liveries! Submitter aeropilot Submitted 07/09/2016 Category General Aviation Livery For Click Here For Aircraft X-Plane Version(s)
  4. Hi Everyone, I'm a long time viewer of all things flight simulation on the net and user of various flight sims. I've been using Blender and GIMP for a while now and thought it might be time to try to make something for x-plane. My aircraft of choice is the Bristol Beaufighter and as you'll see in the attached screens I've made a basic start. It's a long road ahead, but I'm hoping to at the very least show updates once monthly. At least I'll feel compelled to now that I've said that publicly I know the attached images aren't anything amazing but at least proof that there's something in the works. Thanks to Tonka and Guy for their assistance thus far, I'm sure there'll be many other calls for help along the way. Cam
  5. Hello Friends, I am new to X-Plane. I have read that Microsoft sceneries can be converted to X-Plane 10. It also seems like the FS9 stuff converts more easily than FSX? With that said, has anyone here tried to convert any of MAIW's Stuff? How would one go about converting the Ai aircraft, so that we could have all the ramps populated with Aircraft? -Preston
  6. Hi, a video o military aviation training on RAF Llanbedr (EGOD) (Wales). I hope you like [edia]
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