for full size screenies use the link attached to it
the screenies are as they where taken, no modifications or alterations have been made to them in any form or way, they where only reduced to 800x600 to fit the board size
If .... you where wondering about that contraption that is allways in the middle of the pic, it's the Beechcraft D18S by Milton Shupe and his team on this occasion flying the colours of the Dutch Royal Navy and based at Marine Vliegkamp Valkenburg.
#2: Re: A watery thing Author: berlopez, Location: Copenhagen.DKPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2007 3:04 pm ---- REALLY NICE! Just have a comment: The vertical lines outside the windows are they replections from the sky or aircraft refelection (window glasses)? Perhaps turning off relection might help, I just think they spoil the pictures a bit
#3: Re: A watery thing Author: HF_SlowHand, Location: MeeechiganPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2007 3:09 pm ---- Beauu-teee-ful!!!
Too bad you didnt upload any to the screenshot contest!
Rank = 5!
#4: Re: A watery thing Author: HF_SlowHand, Location: MeeechiganPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2007 3:11 pm ---- Ps the only vertical lines I see are in the water surface, I honestly dunno if I would have noticed them tho if I wasnt trying to find lines in the 'glass'...
Dont change anything for me - looking good fled!
#5: Re: A watery thing Author: 401RCAF_Jel, Location: Hiding in Sherwood ForestPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:29 am ---- Hi Fled,
Was just wondering if this was incorporated into the v2.06upd1 in the downloads section?
#6: Re: A watery thing Author: Uhu_Fledermaus, Location: Blaricum, The Netherlands ~GMT+1Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:38 am ---- rgr Jel,
burning yer crisps here, hope to have 'm ready this weekend and than tye 'm on that mailpidgeon your way
this to make shure you got all the nice stuff on it
#7: Re: A watery thing Author: 401RCAF_Jel, Location: Hiding in Sherwood ForestPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:51 am ---- Nice touch mate cheers for that
I actually grabbed the environment packs the other day from the DL section. Totally blown away with the end results you did a great job there buddy. Transforms FS9 into a new lease of life