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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/7/2005 11:18:28 PM   
Oliver Heindorf


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hello friends..just a quick question about ship sides colors. Is the ship a different layer than the background in the game. i.e. do I need to change EVERY single ship file in the game to have these great backgrounds ( the clouds, the sun etc. ) or is it just one back ground file ?


Sadly no Oliver.. each ship side is an individual bitmap. You'd have to change every ship file.. however I think Big B is working on that right now


thank you !

uh-oh I use three different add-ons. I didnt liked 100% of someones changes, so I took of the single files I liked most and copied them together...( like I did on the plane side art ) ....

BigB go go go ! :)

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/8/2005 2:48:01 AM   
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Ok, I'm finishing up the Dutch CL's - as soon as I'm done with those, it won't take too long

B


Thanks Big B! Please let me know when the Dutch CL's are done and uploaded on rogueusmc's site as well. I'll be putting them in the mod along with your British and American treaty cruisers which I've already added.

Do you plan on reworking the IJN as you did the Allies at some point also? If not would it take much groveling to talk you into it?

Gary

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/8/2005 3:38:34 AM   
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Ok, I'm finishing up the Dutch CL's - as soon as I'm done with those, it won't take too long

B


Thanks Big B! Please let me know when the Dutch CL's are done and uploaded on rogueusmc's site as well. I'll be putting them in the mod along with your British and American treaty cruisers which I've already added.

Do you plan on reworking the IJN as you did the Allies at some point also? If not would it take much groveling to talk you into it?

Gary


Dutch are up, check the main area

Yes Gary, I'm going to re-do all the Japanese as well - in fact, I am going to do them next now that the Dutch are out of the way... (but someone keeps asking for special ships! Just kidding you)

B

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/8/2005 4:27:34 AM   
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Dutch are up, check the main area

Yes Gary, I'm going to re-do all the Japanese as well - in fact, I am going to do them next now that the Dutch are out of the way... (but someone keeps asking for special ships! Just kidding you)

B


Who could be doing that? <--tries to look innocent

Gary

PS. thanks for the Dutch CLs. Just implemented them in the game. I'll post one below just to show it off, along with a photo of Java's sister Sumatra below it.




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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/12/2005 5:18:05 PM   
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For Big B!

I have to say Your artwork is the best so far!!! Do YOu plan to do the biger USN ships? (Fast BBs and CVs etc)?

Also a Montana class art would be very nice to have!

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More never weres - 12/12/2005 6:33:50 PM   
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Link to USN never weres

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/12/2005 7:38:45 PM   
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For Big B!

I have to say Your artwork is the best so far!!! Do YOu plan to do the biger USN ships? (Fast BBs and CVs etc)?

Also a Montana class art would be very nice to have!

Cheers



Thanks for the compliment. Yes, I am going to get around to tackling the major vessels like CVs and BBs after I get the Japanese cruisers finished, and I would even like to try my hand at the destroyers too - but please be patient, it generally takes a long time to do justice to just ONE ship at a time..

(Oh yes, I wouldn't mind trying a few US Never-Were's either)

B

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/12/2005 11:07:48 PM   
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Hi Big B, one more itsy bitsy request for the Japanese when you get a chance, then I'll definitely be finished with the IJN (I plan on adding a few DDs also but they will be based on existing game designs).

I'd like to add two or three CLAAs to their building queue based on this model. I think it would have made a lot of sense for the IJN to incorporate a few of these in their fleet later on in the war. It'll fill up the queue with a lot of extra ships so whoever is playing the Japanese will definitely have to play around a bit halting/accelerating various ships to get the ones he deems most important.

Many thanks!

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/13/2005 6:07:52 PM   
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Hi Big B, one more itsy bitsy request for the Japanese when you get a chance, then I'll definitely be finished with the IJN (I plan on adding a few DDs also but they will be based on existing game designs).
...............


Ok, no prob - just be patient (doing all this around my work schedule)

B

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/16/2005 5:11:22 AM   
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Just got the art for Chichibu from Big B! Thankyou Brian! With 4 16" guns and a speed of 33kts the Allies are going to be very nervous indeed. And since she's a convoy raider at heart, I'll probably give her a good amount of endurance for those long missions away from home. As soon as I nail down the rest of the stats for this monster I'll post a screen shot in my Mod Progress thread.








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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/16/2005 10:04:02 PM   
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Really looking forward to seeing that CAAA (can't be a CLAA with all those turrets).

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/19/2005 2:49:43 PM   
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That CLAA is not sensible. It is an Atlanta writ large - too many guns. And you cannot mount those 100 mms on the sides like that anyway - these are HEAVY mountings - bigger than 127s or 140s. The Japanese did study CLAAs and what they did was very much better - they shrank the design to a destroyer with four mountings. That ship had an AIR plot behind the bridge - the first in Japan. Japan had the first computerized air defense plot system in the world - "probably better than anything the Allies ever had" - from a book on radar just published. While six centerline mounts make some sense, the side mountings in Japanese studies were twin 76s - those fabulous ones for Ibuki and Oyodo - but which they failed to mass produce. Sort of the US 3 inch 50 much sooner.

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/19/2005 2:59:11 PM   
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I request art for a Ku-8 Glider in tow by a Ki-21 tug - an ex bomber,

I request art for the Ki-76 - imagine an up engined Feissler Storch - in JAAF colors. Possibly with its 1943 depth charge armament. This aircraft operated in a squadron off an Army carrier - a conversion of a transport into a full deck carrier. Must be the lightest carrier combat aircraft ever to fly in WWII - or maybe ever.






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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/19/2005 11:58:22 PM   
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I request art for the Ki-76 - imagine an up engined Feissler Storch - in JAAF colors.

This one already done El ist in a set of aircraft on rouges site both sides and top/apha
I now have art for KU-8 glider and Ki-21 will create and post

Cobra Aus




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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/20/2005 2:12:28 PM   
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Another one for you, Cobra. I'd like art for the J8M rocket interceptor, please.






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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/20/2005 8:15:27 PM   
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I request art for the Ki-76 - imagine an up engined Feissler Storch - in JAAF colors.

This one already done El ist in a set of aircraft on rouges site both sides and top/apha
I now have art for KU-8 glider and Ki-21 will create and post

Cobra Aus





That's nice, but you'll never see it in the game. Transports are never displayed. And as a result, only A/C with offensive weaponry and those that have offensive missions available to them are seen in game.

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/20/2005 8:35:31 PM   
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Exactly. The tops are a waste of work, good as they are...

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/20/2005 11:25:28 PM   
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Another one for you, Cobra. I'd like art for the J8M rocket interceptor, please.


Done

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/20/2005 11:29:29 PM   
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That's nice, but you'll never see it in the game.

I Know that but I dont know how he is going to apply them after all I have airships and choppers in mine and they work ok

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/20/2005 11:52:13 PM   
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Yeah, but those are (I assume) patrol aircraft?

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/21/2005 10:51:08 AM   
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Nah I have a boatload of plane art wishes, just don't know where to start. I have photoes and other stuff about'em which I can post later on. ('Im sorry if any of them has been done before..)

So here it goes:

A7M Reppu - Sam
G8N Renzan -Rita
B7A1 Ryusei - Grace

and for the allies:

F7F Tigercat
F8F Bearcat
TBY SeaWolf (TBF Avanger's contender)
B-32 Dominator/Terminator
Douglas XB-31 (contender to B-29, was superior but palnning was more advanced on B-29) just imagine an enlarged Invader, but I have photoes of it's model, it's really a beautiful a/c.

Any of these would greatly help!

Thanks in advance!



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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/21/2005 10:24:30 PM   
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I'm interested in the ex-DD banana boats that were acquired by the U.S. Army as blockade runners in early 1942. Names were Teapa, Masaya, and Matagalpa. All I have are a poor photo and a poorer schematic.







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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/21/2005 10:25:03 PM   
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And the schematic:




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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/21/2005 11:26:29 PM   
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A7M Reppu - Sam
G8N Renzan -Rita
B7A1 Ryusei - Grace

and for the allies:

F7F Tigercat
F8F Bearcat
TBY SeaWolf (TBF Avanger's contender)
B-32 Dominator/Terminator
Douglas XB-31 (contender to B-29, was superior but palnning was more advanced on B-29) just imagine an enlarged Invader, but I have photoes of it's model, it's really a beautiful a/c.



All but the TBY, B-31 and B-32 have been done.

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/22/2005 2:03:29 AM   
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I need if possible art work for the douglas XB-31 no luck so far if anyone finds please post

Cobra

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/22/2005 2:45:32 AM   
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That would be pretty hard to do as there probably isn't a drawing in existence of an XB-31.

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The Douglas XB-31 was the third of four engineering designs resulting from US Army contracts issued on 27 June 1940. Two of the engineering designs (XB-29 & XB-32) resulted in prototype contracts; however, the XB-31, like the XB-30, was withdrawn from competition. The XB-31 never progressed past the basic engineering design phase.

The XB-31 design was never finalized, but the basic parameters were the same for all projects in the Very Long Range Bomber competition. The aircraft was to be powered by four Wright R-3350-13 radials of 2,200 hp. each and had an estimated gross weight of 88,500 lbs. A crew of twelve was projected, but some Douglas design studies had as few as eight crew members.


Source: National Museum of the United States Air Force, 2005. http://www.wpafb.af.mil/museum/research/bombers/b3-59.htm

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/22/2005 2:49:08 AM   
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I need if possible art work for the douglas XB-31 no luck so far if anyone finds please post

Cobra


That one never got off the drawing board, did it?

Anyway, I searched Boeing fast and came up empty. Good luck.


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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/22/2005 3:38:51 AM   
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ex-DD banana boats


banana class

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/22/2005 6:13:01 AM   
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I have a boatload of plane art wishes


Artwork finished apart from XB-31 no art

sent to Spookie and rouge as well

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RE: Requests For Artwork. - 12/22/2005 10:31:56 AM   
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They are very nice! A big thanks or them!

Terminus, where can I find those planesides that were done from my list?

Yep, the XB-31 wasn't built, but nevertheless it was a technically advanced design and was superior to the B-29. And finally it looks extremely cute :-)! I sent to CobraAus the only pics I have about it's model.

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