Mathijs Kok

Junkers Ju52/3M

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Thanks Matijs, that would indeed be great! 

 

I am really looking forward to this one. If you need any help with creating liveries, you are very welcome to contact me. Did a few for the O.Fischer version.

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On 23.9.2016 at 9:26 AM, Mathijs Kok said:

I need indeed to follow up on this project, will do so.

Hello guys,

what about the updates you wanted to ask for?

I'm really looking forward to flying this old beauty :wub:

 

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Great to hear Mathijs! This one will definitely be in my hangar and paintshop.

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Hello everyone.


News about this project?

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If we got news you will see it here!

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Been a while but here are some new images showing the current state of development. This is a VERY impressive model.

 

 

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Nice job. Another Aerosoft plane that I will probably buy right after release :)

 

Peter

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Impressive indeed. Thanks for the update Mathijs.

 

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I am interested in seeing how the skin is going to be rendered. It is probably no mean task to get that corrugated skin to look correct in FSX...

 

Great to see that this project still has the green light :)

 

A

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That looks stunning! Thanks for sharing. I cant wait to see the finished product.

 

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That' s exactly what I need for my garden shed! Some 24 square meters should do :lol: .

 

Seriously: Superb looking stuff! I'm waiting for that bird patiently!

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Stunning!

So. Let me see what I've got in my cart.

 

1. Aerosoft A33X

2. Aerosoft Pilatus Porter

3. JU52 

 

I will have to buy a new hangar :-)

 

BTW will the JU (and Porter) be P3D v4 compatible? Or is this too early to say?

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All new releases will be P3d V4 compatible.

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Will this be available for X-plane?

 

 

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At this moment this is only an FSX/P3D project.

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This is what I like about your software. You are keeping up with the times!

 

This one is for sure on my shopping list.

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At this moment this is only an FSX/P3D project.

 

That's a shame. We need good quality vintage aircraft for X-Plane 11!

 

 

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This is utter goose bump material. Those details are the best i have seen.

 

I can't wait to have this one in my hangar. This is one of my favorite aunts, the Tante Ju ;)

 

I wish the Do-27 will also be available in v4. Missing it severly. But that is another thread ;)

 

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OMG! Amazing attention to detail, there... 

The bump mapping is really nice :)

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On 25.5.2017 at 14:16, Mathijs Kok sagte:

At this moment this is only an FSX/P3D project.

 

This answer would earn a down button, but i know its nothing personal from you, so i dont click down  :D

 

Please consider Xplane, in wan't a Tante Ju

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That's a very nice model! But what can we expect from the systems? Are they going to be very detailed like the lovely Twotter or is this more a "medium" aircraft?

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