Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Delta_Strife, Nov 9, 2015.
Hey delta can you view my latest post on my request thread it some plane on American,japan and china
Well I do not usually do not do planes for air forces they never served so cannot help you with the American or Japanese selection. However there are tons of Aircraft for those nations that would fit the bill. Now for China I have done P-51 and P-38 for them. As well Wyrmshadow has done a p-40 for them. I will see what I can do for the He 111 after I finish another group of planes I am working on.
Separate thanks for this airplane!
Update: Next bunch of planes for various air forces is the Morane-Saulnier L. Also, first plane I have done for the Romanian Air Force.
Update: One Heinkel He 111 for China as requested. Looks different from what has be posted before because China had the A Version.
Thank you for making the he 111
No worries been wanting to do it for awhile now.
The Chinese He-111 is good.
It would be interesting to receive Yak-1/Yak-3 in a coloring of the French aviaregiment "Normandie-Niémen" which was at war in WW2 on East front.
Planes of the well-known aviaregiment "Normandy-Neman" were allocated with the three-colored cooks of screws painted in colors of the French flag and also - white zigzag arrows on boards of the fuselages.
On YAK--1 of a regiment there was a three-colored cockarde (the reduced size) on the fuselage under a cabin lamp;
Later, on YAK-9 and YAK-3, the cockarde was replaced on the cook in flowers of the French flag, and the lightning with a break has appeared up.
Never heard of this story! Thanks for sharing I will see what can be done.
Update: Sent another ship to Ares and had some time. So, continuing the French theme one Bloch MB.162
Update: Sadly super busy with non-civ stuff. But did make this so enjoy one Bloch MB.157.
Delta, do you have a SNCAC NC.900 (FW190 copy built in France) in your plans? Just wondering.
See what I can dig up for the two requests.
Hey can you see my request thread on the latest post I want some Chinese air planes
First of all most of these:
Convair B-36 "Peacemaker"
Boeing B-29 Superfortress
Junkers Ju 87
F-82 Twin mustang
Dornier Do 335 Pfeil
Focke-Wulf Fw 187 Falke
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt
Where made by Wyrmshadow here: https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/ww2-air-forces-may17-2007.222434/ or here: https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/nato-air-forces.275259/#post-6826484
Heinkel He 162 - Never served closest would be the PLAAF MiG-9
Messerschmitt Me 262 - Never served closest would be the PLAAF IL-28
B-17 - Never served closest would be the B-24 which is made
P-40 Warhawk - Already Made
Grumman F7F Tigercat - Never served closest would be the Mosquito or P-61
Grumman F4F Wildcat - Never served closest would be the P-43
Grumman F6F Hellcat- Never served closest would be the P-51 already made
Heinkel He 162 - Never served closest would be the Tachikawa Ki-162
Messerschmitt Me 262 - Never served closest would be the Nakajima Kikka already made
B-17 - Never served closest would be the Nakajima G8N already made
P-40 Warhawk - Never served closest would be the A6M Zero already made
Grumman F7F Tigercat - Never served closest would be the Nakajima J5N
Grumman F4F Wildcat - Never served closest would be the Mitsubishi A7M
Grumman F6F Hellcat - Never served closest would be the Zero again.
Okay I had this In mind i was thinking if I can learn to make my own planes in Chinese service I have blender I was think if I can make a do 335 In chinese service and a b-17 in Chinese service too
Also is it okay if I use a free 3D model of the planes
Edit: oh crap I forgot the p-38 is in Chinese service
P-38 is already made for the Chinese and I think your scenario would be more fun if you went for realistic planes in service. It would give it that authentic feel. If not using a free 3d works just as well.
Yeah! I think that too but would need some stuff for make my first unit that’s in task force service
Update: Another ship off to Ares in the meantime one Westland Whirlwind
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