Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

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Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby Mathias Pommerien » Wed 22. Oct 2008, 15:58

Time for some interior shots me thinks.
The main panel is 99% complete modelling-wise.
We're currently tuning the textures. Weathering is not yet applied.
This is the office of the Fw190A-1.





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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby eddie » Sun 26. Oct 2008, 00:23

Very nice!! :)

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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby Barfly » Thu 30. Oct 2008, 08:15

3d gauges... just beautiful.. really looking forward to this one guys :)

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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby Mathias Pommerien » Fri 31. Oct 2008, 08:48

Thanks much guys!..and welcome Barfly!

Little bit more progress, left console is complete.
The VC should be complete in about three weeks.

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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby Mathias Pommerien » Thu 6. Nov 2008, 18:38

Some more impressions from the render factory.



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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby Mathias Pommerien » Fri 7. Nov 2008, 17:32

Two more.



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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby eddie » Sat 8. Nov 2008, 22:03

Really nice work Mathias!! I got to wondering about the one photo that seems to show some paper on the right side of the vc. How was a pilot supposed to write something down? Seem's he would be pretty busy just flying the plane.

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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby Mathias Pommerien » Sat 8. Nov 2008, 23:52

Thanks Scott!
Hehe, I would say the pilot makes his notes before the flight.
Whatever, that was the place there for an "Abreißblock Din A 6" so I made one. :mrgreen:
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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby eddie » Sun 9. Nov 2008, 00:23

If I got back to the base in one piece Mathias, I think I would write- "Yesss!!! I made it!!" :lol:

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Re: Fw190 cockpit W.I.P. preview

Postby Mathias Pommerien » Sun 9. Nov 2008, 18:35

Hehe, guess I would do the same.
Whatever, there was always a reason to make notes during flight, for instance time and location of kills, own and those of comrads.
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