18.00Mb (562 downloads)
FSX default Cessna 172SP Skyhawk repaint textures for the fictional N7745J, a purely fictional N-numbered version similar to the real world Canadian Skyhawk C-FTWE, for those of you who prefer N-numbers. Includes both 1024 x 1024 and 2048 x 2048 size textures, 32 bit with no mips for clarity. Install one, or the other, or both at once if you wish. Easy installation. Repaint by Tom Tiedman.
Posted Aug 26, 2011 00:52 by Tom Tiedman
18.60Mb (554 downloads)
FSX default Cessna 172SP Skyhawk repaint textures for the real world Canadian registered 1972 C172L Skyhawk C-FTWE based at Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. Includes both 1024 x 1024 and 2048 x 2048 size textures, 32 bit with no mips for clarity. Install one, or the other, or both at once if you wish. Easy installation. Repaint by Tom Tiedman.
Posted Aug 26, 2011 00:47 by Tom Tiedman
23.80Mb (505 downloads)
FSX default Cessna 172SP repaint in blue and white. 32 bit no mips 2048 x 2048 textures (crisp and clear), or 32 bit no mips 1024 x 1024 textures for better frame rates, but also surprisingly crisp and clear... (I've been practicing hard at smoothing out the saw-toothed paint edges, and I kinda surprised myself on this one!) Install them both at the same time if you wish. Easy installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Aug 22, 2011 01:37 by Tom Tiedman
15.84Mb (218 downloads)
A fix for my FSX default Cessna 172 repaint uploaded on 8-20-11. This fixes the texture bleed through which can be seen on the fuselage sides when the sun hits the fuselage while banking. Simply replace the entire "texture.N2878T" folder with this new texture folder. Sorry for the inconvenience. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Aug 21, 2011 09:57 by Tom Tiedman
6.19Mb (476 downloads)
This is a texture for the default FSX Cessna 172. It represents one of the aircraft that was used for many years by the Guernsey Aero Club, and in fact I spent many happy hours flying the real aeroplane in the 1980s. Incidentally the scenery is the superb Guernsey Sark and Herm scenery from “Earth Simulations” http://www.earthsimulations.com/guernsey.html Jersey scenery to follow Just as in the real world really :))
Posted Aug 17, 2011 16:03 by Ian Roussel