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Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Fri Jun 20, 2014 9:04 pm
by Turbofan
GIZMOs wrote:Nice but With out the center gear. *shuders* keep that kc-10 though
It's a -10, which did not have a center main gear. Thus the abscence.

And NightRaven, I did not mean to say you should put out work you do not like (if it came out like that), I was just pointing out some of the nuances (which you know already lol). I can tell you take pride in your work just like the other top modelers here and kudos for that :).

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Jun 21, 2014 9:02 am
by NightRaven
Malaysia Airlines scheme done. Registration: N902WA.
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Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Jun 21, 2014 11:13 am
by flamerboy67664
Wheres the red and blue strip on that MAS DC-10?







(Can't wait to see PAL PH-DTI Scheme)

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Jun 21, 2014 1:11 pm
by decaff_42
flamerboy67664 wrote:Wheres the red and blue strip on that MAS DC-10?
There are several pictures online of Malaysian Airlines DC-10s without the stripe. if you google the registration number and whatnot, they come up.

Cudos to you Nightraven. Rare liveries incoming!!! :D

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Mon Jun 23, 2014 3:38 am
by NightRaven
(Probably) the last -10 scheme I would make, the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital. Registration: N220AU.
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Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Mon Jun 23, 2014 12:33 pm
by Turbofan
Oh man I had completely forgotten about the Orbis DC 10! Fantastic!

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Tue Jun 24, 2014 11:38 am
by flamerboy67664
How about my Ms. PH-DTI '10-30? You said Orbis would be the last one.

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 7:25 am
by NightRaven
Dude.

I said DC-10-10, not -30. I have yet to start on the -30s. In fact I haven't even started on the Singapore Airlines paint yet, which is at the top of my priority list.

I am not obliged to make these paints for you, even though I have included it in my to-do list. We, modders, are not magicians and churn a paint scheme in a second. (reminds me of what I said to MegaKoce... that idiot...)

Read what I have posted prior to these few posts and you will get a better picture. Besides, I am all the more discouraged by your lies... *cough*

-- Fri Jun 27, 2014 12:29 pm --

Figured I had nothing better to do (apart from the cockpit, which I haven't touched in a while) so I decided to rip the -10 wings off the blank and remake the -30 wings.
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-- Fri Jun 27, 2014 4:50 pm --

Fixed it up.
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Comparison of a -10 wing to a -30 wing:
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-- Tue Jul 01, 2014 5:14 pm --

Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines schemes done.
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Registration: PP-VMR
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Registration: 9M-MAX

-- Fri Jul 04, 2014 8:40 pm --

Garuda Indonesia DC-10-30 completed. This is with the -10 I completed earlier. Registration: PK-GIA
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And
being a nice guy here
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-- Sat Jul 05, 2014 3:25 pm --

Here is "your" PH-DTI, flamer.
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Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 9:08 am
by Kujo
Very nice job on the DC-10s thus far, Raven! All of the repaints and decals, heck even detail looks spot on. Even though I'm more of a non-civi ys pilot, I would still love to fly these graceful birds once they are released. Keep up the good work :)

On another subject, it ticks me off why little whiny kids are allowed to get onto someone's Workshop thread and hustle the original modder and poster only for THEIR needs. NightRaven has done such a good job on these DC-10s and yet some thoughtless people can't appreciate such work and effort put into these beautiful birds! That just makes me sad

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 5:22 pm
by Scarecrow
I have actually been on and toured the Orbis DC-10. Cool deal.

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Fri Sep 19, 2014 12:55 pm
by NightRaven
[s]Sorry folks, that's it from me.[/s]

Well
back to this thread after 2 months.
TBH I haven't done a lot with the DC-10, apart from ripping the wings apart and rebuilding them... :lol:
I didn't like the shape of the wing, how the aerofoil shape wasn't gradual. The actuator shape was wrong, as it was convex on the model instead of concave. The outer flaps were also supposed to be double slotted but I only had single slots. The slats also had the support structures connected to winches which held it when extended, but I didn't have that included.
[spoil]I realised the last mistake when I saw this image:
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so
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Unfortunately, that means that if you are already feeling tortured by the paused development of the DC-10, well, it's gonna get a bit more tough, because I have to redo all the paint schemes all over again.
and btw thats the -30, not -10, which i havent touched

So these days, I have been working with Dision and a few others (remember Zenuz?) to create a collection pack of AC3 planes. I have agreed to compromise a little and offer my works to the SARF pack.
I will downgrade the current AC3YS pack to the original AC3YS pack (the pre 2007 pack) with the few AC3 HADP aircraft. All other HQ people's works will now be directed to the SARF pack.

So what I've done so far:
EF-2000E
F-16XF/U
F/A-18I/U
F-22C

R-501 Rhincodon transport and tanker
A/F-117X Nav Hawk
R-311 Remora
YS-ify Dision's R-701 Triakis

...even more to come. Images will be provided soon once HQ stops logging me out randomly.

9 Sep

R-311 Remora, 100% scratch
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Aero COFFIN included.
R-701 Triakis by Dision
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I am pretty impressed by how he made the original model, considering the amount of detail he made. Despite my skepticism on whether he actually did it, I am still very impressed, though there were many redundant parts.

19 Sep

Completed redoing all the affected paint schemes for the -30 series, including the KC-10.
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Also fixed up the AH-66 Comanche (AC3).
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Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Fri Sep 19, 2014 2:55 pm
by Turbofan
^Those 10s = awesomesauce.

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2014 7:40 am
by NightRaven
Nailed another scheme, Japan Airlines' -40:
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Registration: JA8532
Also, I began making a COFFIN cockpit that mimics what you see in actual AC3 gameplay.
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It's pretty close, apart from the positioning.

meanwhile doing all this 27 days before 'o's, lol, yolo

4 Nov

welp
last paper done, but I screwed it up real bad, so I just came home and started modding like crazy.

I think that in the past few months I wasn't here much, so people just kinda ignored me and stuff...

anyways

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Continental (N59083) and Lufthansa (D-ADHO) complete.

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2014 1:53 pm
by Turbofan
Very very cool NightRaven! I am definitely looking forward to this pack. Just curious, are you planning on doing a Northwest Airlines' paint? :D

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2014 3:25 pm
by decaff_42
Oh yeah! Looking really good there Nightraven!!! :D

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:53 am
by NightRaven
So,
VARIG scheme done mainly cos lucas popped his head back, and I was bored. This is by far one of, if not the most difficult to make. All of the logos had to be made from scratch (not that I've not done it before), there were two sets of logos (the main VARIG logo and text and the small Ikaro logo behind the cockpit), and there are 2 stripes (wtf) running through the entire fuselage. Since I am not into cutting, I made the stripes a separate mesh, and most of the effort was shrinkwrapping the stripes onto the fuselage.

Result:
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Apart from the DC-10-30 Intercontinental decal on the #2 engine, this is right about done.
Registration: PP-VMR (notice anything about this?)

8 Nov

VARIG scheme complete with the Brazilian flag and #2 engine decals.
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And
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Not complete, but a preview.

Also, for those who didn't get the registration reference above, it is the same registration as the Singapore Airlines DC-10-30.

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Sat Nov 08, 2014 4:16 pm
by decaff_42
*Gets down on hands and knees*

O great NightRaven, forgive this humble peasant for asking such a question. When might we partake of these excellent aircraft?

I gotta say that I really love that Varig paint scheme. It looks super realistic! :D

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:58 am
by iqmal_97
decaff_42 wrote:*Gets down on hands and knees*

O great NightRaven, forgive this humble peasant for asking such a question. When might we partake of these excellent aircraft
Knowing NightRaven, successfully bring this chick called Aerith back to life and maaaaayyyybeeee he'll consider...

Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2014 9:23 am
by NightRaven
Omega Tanker done at last. (I think)
Mk.32 refuelling pods on either wing, and the drogue extends ~22.5m behind the pods.
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Registration: N974VV

iqmal_97 wrote:
decaff_42 wrote:*Gets down on hands and knees*

O great NightRaven, forgive this humble peasant for asking such a question. When might we partake of these excellent aircraft
Knowing NightRaven, successfully bring this chick called Aerith back to life and maaaaayyyybeeee he'll consider...
wat
well thats true to an extent, so maybe... :lol:

14 Nov

Pan Am scheme done. Registration: N84NA. Better known as the Clipper Glory Of The Skies.
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Re: NightRaven's Shed

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2014 1:39 pm
by Turbofan
Exceptional work NightRaven! Can't wait to get my hands on these!