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Lythronax

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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #72 on: April 13, 2016, 07:33:48 PM »

(DO NOTE: This is my first serious attempt at skinning, so critique with that in mind ;) )

Here is a (relatively :P) film-accurate Battle of Britain Spitfire F. II skinpack. Re-creates Spitfire AI-A to AI-H with accurate serial numbers.




Simply click on the skin and it will re-size in a new tab, from that new tab is where you save the skin to your any of your Spitfire skin folders.
















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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #73 on: May 12, 2016, 03:18:21 AM »

Hi MightyDarkStar
Great skins Mate and excellent first attempt at skinning ;D
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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #74 on: August 26, 2016, 12:46:41 PM »

Bf 110-E M8+LD of III./ZG 76(Skull & Crossbones)


"Mystery of the Deaths Head".
By von Axel Urbanke.

This Photograph of a Bf-110E wearing a "Death's Head" emblem first appeared in Karl Ries Book "Photo Collection
-Luftwaffe Emblems 1935-45.
Identified as belonging to III./ZG 76,only one photograph of this aircraft was known to exist.
No unit code or other markings are visible to suggest that the aircraft belonged to III./ZG 76.
It therefore cannot be proved that the "Death's Head" was the Gruppe emblem of III./ZG 76 or
that the aircraft belonged to that unit.
A photo published in Jet & Prop Archive No.4 (Photo 69),in which the "Death's Head" may have
been behind an aircraft of 1./Eganzungszertorergruppe,does prove however,that this strikingly
marked machine was in Denmark for a time.
I./ErZGR,Was stationed in Denmark from June 1940 to September 1941,mainly
at Vaerlose and Kastrup,before it became 5./NJG 3.
That III./ZG 76 happened to be stationed in the same area from Autumn 1940 until April 1941,
based at Stavanger-Sola,is not enough to conclusively link the "Death's Head" emblem with
the Gruppe.
Furthurmore,if the "Death's Head" in fact was the Gruppe emblem of III./ZG 76,it would be very
curious that only a few photographs of aircraft so marked have surfaced.
There has been speculation about the exact shape of the "Death's Head" and the "Crossbones".
We are at least able to clear upthis matter on the basis of two recently discovered photos,
which are presented here,showing all details of the painted emblem.
Because it shows the aircraft being serviced with propeller removed,the photo above may
have been taken on the same occasion as the one in the  Jet & Prop
photo archive.
Unfortunately,no unit code is visible in either photo.
The questions therefore  open as to which unit this or simillarly marked machines and
whether the "Death's Head" was a unit emblem or a personal marking.


Based on this article I have supplied a No Code so I./ErZGR  codes can be added if required.





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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #75 on: August 26, 2016, 01:15:28 PM »

 ;D
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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #76 on: September 01, 2016, 02:34:48 AM »

Various Luftwaffe Camo Patterns Template
Hi Guys
Personal experience has shown Me that trying to reproduce freehand accurate
Irregular shaped Camo for Luftwaffe aircraft is very difficult and very Labour
intensive.
So I have Made this Layered Template so as to make life a little easier  for any Skinners who want to do these patterns  in future.
Just follow Instructions  on the Template.
Let Me know how you get on or if you have any questions.
Regards
Keith.


 Download:http://www.mediafire.com/download/731y771262y427a/Luftwaffe+Camo+PatternsTemplate.rar
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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #77 on: February 28, 2018, 07:38:44 PM »

Hi MightyDarkStar
Great skins Mate and excellent first attempt at skinning ;D

Looking back they're so amateur ;D I'm hardly better now to be fair, but thank you!
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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #78 on: March 01, 2018, 12:12:40 AM »

Anyone knows where to get Cliffs of Dover Skins?

I had some Sites but They are gone or stopped providing new Skins long ago.
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Re: Skin Downloads: Cliffs of Dover
« Reply #79 on: July 28, 2018, 04:14:46 PM »

Hurricane MkI P/O Irving ‘Smith[NZ]No.151 Sq. 1940

Pilot Officer Irving Smith from New Zealand joined 151 Squadron in July 1940 and quickly became involved in the Battle of Britain during which he scored six kills.
Smith's aircraft could easily be distinguished by the Maori Tiki emblem above the Port  Fuselage Roundel.
Smith went on to play a leading role in Operation Jericho, the RAF’s historic raid on the German prison at Amiens in February 1944, during which he piloted a de Havilland Mosquito IV.



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