4.84Mb (1415 downloads)
FS2004 Explore views the cruise ship Freedom of the Seas by Mitsuya Hamaguchi (ship_freedom.zip required). The panel for this ship is configured to show 17 views (3 as bitmap, 14 as virtual look around views). Explore the great ship by pressing numeric keys at the keypad to get views in all directions: Forward is the bridge (original 2D-panel), other directions show you the sun deck, the pool- and fun areas, the tennis court, the cabin and the huge and amazing market street. Configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted Jul 23, 2011 08:36 by Erwin Welker
4.56Mb (2017 downloads)
FS2004 Repaint and Panel for the the Mega Yacht from Mitsuya Hamaguchi. (2k4_Mega_Yacht_v2.zip required). The panel for this ship is configured to show 17 views (5 as photo realistical bitmaps, 12 as virtual look around views). Explore the luxury yacht by pressing numeric keys at the keypad for views in all directions: Enjoy the bridge, the incredible saloon, dining room or sky lounge, watch the girls and the dolphin at the stern, or the ladies at the sun- and pool deck. And last not least, you will love the cabin. Configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted Jul 22, 2011 03:54 by Erwin Welker
1.12Mb (792 downloads)
FS2004 Panel for the Japanese destroyer DD155 Asagiri from Mitsuya Hamaguchi (ship_hamagiri.zip required). The panel for this ship is configured to show 16 views. Explore the ship by pressing numeric keys at the keypad for views in all directions: Enjoy the new bridge (2D-panel) and the virtual bridge, the foreship, watch or fire the radar controlled AA-guns or sea the hangar from the cockpit of the onboard helicopter. This modern destroyer with its hangar and helideck is comparable with a new standart frigate. Configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted Jul 22, 2011 03:51 by Erwin Welker
0.12Mb (876 downloads)
Repaint of Mike Stone's "Stoneair Stingray" to resemble the stop secret, totally fictional, "Aurora" spyplane. This aircraft does not exist in the real world. You can believe me because I know some guys that work for the Government, and they assure me that "Aurora" is not real. Yup.
Posted Jun 15, 2011 15:37 by Roy" Boikat" Altholz
30.50Mb (2866 downloads)
Thunderbirds -2 Collection for FS2004. This package provides the TV-series´ Thunderbirds 2, in two versions: 1 - With the Mole Machine. 2 - With Thunderbird 4. Both can be used as amphibian. Includes VC. Some clickable gauges in VC. Many animated parts. Uses default MS B737-400 reworked sound, aircraft and air files. Many animated parts. Uses default MS B737-400 reworked sound, aircraft and air files.
Posted Apr 3, 2011 12:51 by Libardo Guzman
8.55Mb (884 downloads)
Thunderbirds 2 The Mole - FS2004/FSX Additional Sounds Package. Pack 1. This file provides alternative sounds for the TV series Thunderbirds 2: TB2MOLE, by LIBARDO GUZMAN. Needed files: TB2MOLE.zip
Posted Mar 9, 2011 06:46 by Chris Evans
23.08Mb (2272 downloads)
Thunderbirds 2 / The Mole - FS2004 (FSX Version to follow) This file provides TV Series Thunderbirds 2 the Mole Machine. Includes VC. Many animated parts. Uses default MS B737-400 reworked sound, aircraft and air files. Many thanks to Mr. Rob Barendregt for his wonderful contribution with VTOL/STOL flight dynamics and smoke effects and to Mr. Bob Chicilo for providing afterburner and flames effects, and Mr Tom Gibson for his start up engines effects. Make sure you have a working FSUIPC (registered or not). Special thanks to the creators of the tv series: Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson. With Peter Dyneley, Shane Rimmer, David Graham, Ray Barrett and others for giving all of us plenty of happiness! By Libardo Guzman (GUZMAN-ARTES)
Posted Mar 5, 2011 07:23 by libardo guzman
0.06Mb (581 downloads)
This is a modification of my envmap. I added more brown on the lower portion of the bitmap. You'll notice that the bottom of your aircraft will reflect a lighter color than my last one.
Posted Jan 31, 2011 00:55 by Kelly McKernan
0.13Mb (765 downloads)
This is my first attempt at an envmap. I wasn't happy with the other envmaps that I tried. So, I made my own. This is by far the most convincing reflection that I've seen. I just took a photo of the horizon, butchered it and here it is. You can actually watch the clouds pass the length of the fuselage.
Posted Jan 21, 2011 14:39 by Kelly McKernan