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  1. Hey everyone, here is my AH64D (Royal Navy AH1) livery, "Wildcat" I hope you like it ! https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/3322489/ null
  2. Did you ever get this sorted mate? That's pretty slick!
  3. Hi MadMaxter, ive been working on some skins for the T45 - its a lovely little plane, wel ldone - but i cant seem to edit t he Roughmets - the default roughness maps in the textures folder cannot be edited, only replaced? Id like to be able to make changes to the roughmets on my liveries (RAF hawks were not very shiny!) but i can only replce the default texture, which will change every livery....is that correct? ive tried everything i cna think of....Thanks for your help!
  4. I have done the Mig29 one it is on user files by "narked_fish" I will do more when I get time
  5. I'm doing a totally new Killer Bee as as side project and might squeeze them in afterwards
  6. thepod

    A-10C II Nose Art

    You can drag and drop the shark mouth layers from the old model into the C2 with no problems. As the noseart is not copyrighted I would suggest that you trace the outline of the mouth you are looking for from an existing freeware skin and onto a new layer.
  7. https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/3315610/ the Mirage!
  8. Deffo, it cant be that much of a technical challenge?
  9. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IdHjfPrZQ4baWGum84uz2cuh5IULHqMz/view?usp=sharing This is a historical tribute livery, Swedish Airforce from 1950. it was painted onto the last propeller driven fighters, the J22, before the arrival of the mighty Draken and Viggen before Squadron F3 was stood down and its home base became home to the Swedish Airforce Museum.
  10. The VF-6 fighting Six. This scheme is a tribute and commemoration of the airmen on both sides that fought in the Pacific theatre in WW2. Lt. Alex Vraicu achieved 19 kills in his Grumman F6 while flying in VF6 - the Fighting Six. After a number of name changes to US Navy squadrons in and after WW2, VF6 ended up being VF3 and later, VF31 - The Tomcatters. So the F6 that fought in the Battle of The Philippine Sea could be considered to be both a technical, and spiritual granddaddy to the F14 Tomcat that flew in VF31, the last unit to fly the Tomcat. The actual F6 Hellcat "WHITE 19" still flies to this day, and is owned, and flown, by none other than Nick Grey - of Eagle Dynamics https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1wkboQXXVbuw6POIbwqZPGkXr_Uyi1dnd?usp=sharing
  11. It's already up my friend!
  12. The brand new F16 paint scheme from Forth Worth, the 457th FS 75th Anniversary bird will soon be available for download from the ED website User Files area. Stunning scheme, thanks to Caulun Belcher https://www.instagram.com/txavgeek/?hl=en for the amazing photos and Thomas Vercauteren for the equally awesome screenshots!!
  13. I'm just about to upload the 75th anniversary scheme to user files
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