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Alfie Noakes

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Re: Demoiselle
« Reply #36 on: June 16, 2017, 01:08:25 AM »

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Re: Demoiselle
« Reply #37 on: August 22, 2017, 07:31:59 AM »

Very cool little aircraft  8) Thank you. Great fun to fly!
Those early pilot pioneers had lots of fun with these airplanes.

Here is something you can do to make this 3d-model look a little bit better in your game.
You will have to do this to your personal game, so I am not posting here all the files.

Go open up your folder .... \3do\Plane\Demoiselle(Multi1)
Now open each file with NOTEPAD and look to see if you see the words... [LightParams] written on it.
When you see this word, change the number values on it to this (see below).

[LightParams]
  Ambient 1.0
  Diffuse 1.0
  Specular 0.2
  SpecularPow 2

  Shine 0.0

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Do this to ALL files,

except the two files named... Pilot1 and Rigging
For these 2 files write the following number values....

[LightParams]
  Ambient 1.0
  Diffuse 1.0
  Specular 0.0
  SpecularPow 0

  Shine 0.0

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This will make your 3d-model look a little less shiny and less bright and have a more "natural look".

Some of the texture skins used for this airplane need their colors to be changed to have less bright colors
and less saturation of colors, so to make the wood parts and canvas parts have a more natural look.

But this will need for someone to make a new skin-template or use Photoshop to do some color channel tweaks.

Thanks Max, what a neat tweak.  Thanks to Edlor and stiv_069 too, what a wonderful plane.
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Re: Demoiselle
« Reply #38 on: December 14, 2017, 07:49:23 PM »

High Edlor

When engine is stopped, Hub disappears ( ..also at low RPM.. ) and it reveals prop is at 90' !  o_O
Normally this fact is hidden by the Hub.


Engine is running
Engine's off, Hub gone, prop 90'

Oh well. It appears [PropRot1_D0] has been use to activate this hub. So having a visual propeller seen running screwed.
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Re: Demoiselle
« Reply #39 on: December 15, 2017, 06:23:52 AM »

Thanks for the heads up Hubberranz.

Fix added to first post.

Cheers,

Edlor
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Re: Demoiselle
« Reply #40 on: December 15, 2017, 07:36:25 AM »

Thank you very much. Tested successfully !  ;D
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Re: Demoiselle
« Reply #41 on: December 15, 2017, 02:29:56 PM »

Happy to hear that.  ;)
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Re: Demoiselle
« Reply #42 on: February 26, 2018, 02:44:44 PM »

Guys, I'd like to claim credit for this model, if possible.
This is the Demoiselle model I've made for Flight Simulator ages ago, and with the same textures I adapted from the wright flyer.
The power lever on the left side is something I invented because at the time I couldn't find where it was located on the original.
My name is Marcel Di Foggi, and my model was uploaded to simviation years ago (FS2004 Vintage Aircraft Page 93 - an older version, the newer which is used here was removed some time ago).
I felt truly happy to see all the hours of my work being appreciated, even more so that it is on IL2 now, but I would like to be properly credited.
I have my original FSDS Model and files, if required.

Best regards,

Marcel.
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