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Air Force's of the World

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Delta_Strife, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. Lionic

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  2. 96nn

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    It seemed B-25 was the most widely used medium bomber in the WWII.
     
  3. clamel

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    Of course it will mate. The Hart and Hind will be prime additions, and if I dare I will see if any more important gaps excist in the lineage of aircrafts.
    I try to put together a spread-sheet for the bigger nations and then I'll see what's most important, and hopefully you got some of them. Your source looks to be without an end mate.

    Could you make clear (bigger) civ-color markings on one dive-bomber. They could be many nations naval dive-bombers (1930s), as some sort of generic. IRL not many had any naval such, and in game-terms it would be prodent to have such a generic lineage for lesser nations.
    Now that Blackburn Dart could also serve as generic topred-bombers for 1920s-early 30s for similar nations. It will of course then upgrade to the famous Swordfish.
     
  4. Delta_Strife

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    Update: First up a B-25 for the Soviets. Just a simple colour scheme for that one but the American one will have camo. :)
     
  5. Delta_Strife

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    Update: B-25 for the RAF.
     
  6. Lionic

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    Thanks a lot! You've named RAF version Royal Soviet (!) Air Force, btw.
     
  7. Delta_Strife

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    Now there is irony.
     
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    Hi Delta

    A belated thank you for the Martin B-10! :)

    I have been using a stand-in model in my own scenario for a while, because I honestly never expected to see a civ unit version. But there it is!

    Thanks, man! :goodjob:
     
  9. Delta_Strife

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    Update: The requested American B-25 is uploaded.
     
  10. Lionic

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    Thank you!
     
  11. Delta_Strife

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    Update: Hawker Hart with extra civ colour.
     
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    Update: Hawker Hart for Sweden. The Swede's had rotary engines in their Harts.
     
  13. mrniceguy101

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    Delta, the camo on the American B-25 is terrific, is that one you did yourself?
     
  14. Delta_Strife

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    Ha no way I am not that good! That being said I still need someone with decent photoshop skills to help me with a few creations.
     
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    Love it! A real swashbuckler...looking for someone's swash to buckle.
     
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    You need a Curtiss P-1 Hawk to start off the United States Army Air Service...just saying
     
  17. Delta_Strife

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    @Fredeye no P-1 but I have a P-6 would that do?

    Update: Hawker Hind not much difference between the Hart but the rear cockpit is a bit cut down and a new engine. Did it anyway.
     
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    Update: Hawker Hind for the Swiss
     
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    Update: Hawker Hind for Yugoslavia.
     
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    Update: Last Hind this time for Persia.
     

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