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TR Shrum -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/9/2010 9:20:52 PM)

MadmanRick,

Even though you enjoy doing the artwork for us, it's important for myself (and I'm sure others will agree), that I express my sincere thanks at your efforts. They go along way in making the gaming experience that much more enjoyable. Again, many thanks for your efforts.

TR




RyanCrierie -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/10/2010 12:42:08 PM)

There are 109 or so free allied aircraft slots. Right now by my count; between me and MadmanRick; we've created 87 aircraft sides. Some may be for the Axis side; since historically, the Royal Thai Air Force was on the axis side for the Pacific War, and did fly interceptions against B-24s and B-29s.

Here's the list I've put forth in Excel:

Curtiss Hawk III -- CAF -- MadmanRick
Blackburn Roc -- FAA -- RRC
Blackburn Skua -- FAA -- RRC
Saunders Roe SR-1 -- FAA -- RRC
Supermarine Spearfish -- FAA -- RRC
Boston III -- Free French -- MadmanRick
DB-7 -- Free French -- MadmanRick
LeO 45 -- Free French -- MadmanRick
Loire 130 -- Free French -- MadmanRick
MS.406 -- Free French -- MadmanRick
P-47D (Metal) -- Free French -- MadmanRick
P-47D (OD) -- Free French -- MadmanRick
P-47D Razorback (OD) -- Free French -- MadmanRick
G10N Fuguku -- JAAF -- MadmanRick
Boston -- Japanese -- MadmanRick
Fokker D.XXI -- KNIL -- MadmanRick
Fokker DXIII -- KNIL -- RRC
Fokker G.I -- KNIL -- MadmanRick
Fokker T-IX -- KNIL -- MadmanRick
Fokker T.V -- KNIL -- MadmanRick
Fokker T.VIII -- KNIL -- MadmanRick
P-40N -- KNIL -- RRC
P-40Q Warhawk -- KNIL -- RRC
P-51D -- KNIL -- RRC
Avro Lincoln -- RAAF -- MadmanRick
CAC CA-11 Woomera -- RAAF -- MadmanRick
Fairey Battle -- RAAF -- MadmanRick
Short Stirling Mk I -- RAF -- MadmanRick
Short Stirling Mk IV -- RAF -- MadmanRick
Westland Whirlwind Mk I -- RAF -- MadmanRick
Curtiss Hawk III -- Thailand -- MadmanRick
Hawk 75 (Camo) -- Thailand -- MadmanRick
Hawk 75 (Metal) -- Thailand -- MadmanRick
Ki-21 Sally -- Thailand -- MadmanRick
Ki-30 Ann -- Thailand -- MadmanRick
Vought V-93S -- Thailand -- MadmanRick
A-12 Shrike (Blue) -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
A-12 Shrike (OD) -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
A-17 Nomad (Metal Pants 1941) -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
A-17 Nomad (OD Pants 1942) -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
A-17 Nomad (OD Pantsless 1943) -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
B-19 -- USAAF -- RRC
B-23 Dragon -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
B-24N -- USAAF -- RRC
B-27 -- USAAF -- RRC
B-30 -- USAAF -- RRC
B-35 Flying Wing -- USAAF -- RRC
B-36D Peacemaker -- USAAF -- RRC
B-39 Superfort -- USAAF -- RRC
C-74 Globemaster I -- USAAF -- RRC
C-99 -- USAAF -- RRC
P-40Q Warhawk -- USAAF -- RRC
P-54 Swoose Goose -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
P-55 Ascender -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
P-58 Chain Lightning -- USAAF -- RRC
P-59 Airacomet -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
P-71 Stormbird -- USAAF -- RRC
P-75 -- USAAF -- RRC
P-81 -- USAAF -- RRC
YFM-1 Airacuda -- USAAF -- MadmanRick
AD Skyraider -- USN -- RRC
AM Mauler -- USN -- RRC
BTC -- USN -- MadmanRick
BTD Destroyer -- USN -- RRC
BTK -- USN -- MadmanRick
F2L-1 Airacomet -- USN -- MadmanRick
F3F (1930s USN Colors) -- USN -- RRC
F3F (1940s Sea Blue) -- USN -- MadmanRick
F5U Flapjack -- USN -- RRC
F6U Pirate -- USN -- RRC
F8B Five in One -- USN -- RRC
FH Phantom -- USN -- RRC
HK-1 (Civilian) -- USN -- RRC
HK-1 (Navy Blue) -- USN -- RRC
J2F Duck -- USN -- MadmanRick
JRM Mars -- USN -- RRC
R60 Constitution -- USN -- RRC
Radial Engined P-38 -- USN -- RRC
SC-1 -- USN -- RRC
SOC Seagull (Landing Gear) -- USN -- MadmanRick
TB2D Skypirate -- USN -- RRC
TB2F -- USN -- RRC
TBY/TBU Sea Wolf -- USN -- RRC
Farman 222 -- Vichy -- MadmanRick
Loire 130 -- Vichy -- MadmanRick
MS.406 -- Vichy -- MadmanRick
Pe-8 -- VVS -- MadmanRick




pad152 -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/10/2010 5:10:55 PM)

How to use the aircraft art files?

Some once told me there was a way to add new plane (single aircraft) art without modding the original art files, anyone know how to do this?




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 1:00:51 AM)

The McDonnell P-67 is giving me fits (the line drawings I could locate were either of too little detail or in the case of the one I am using, needed tons of work to clean-up), so I decided to do a quickie request. So here is the Termy Special, an Avro Manchester Mk.IA, in the markings of 83 Squadron:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/AvroManchesterMkIA-side.jpg[/image]




mgoldstein -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 2:39:21 AM)

Request for some Japanese aircraft used in the second Sino-Japan war.

• Aichi D1A2 (Susie) - Japanese Naval Air Force's first dive-bomber. Attacked the gunboat USS Panay in 1937 as well as many other locations in China in the late 1930s.
• Nakajima A2N2 (Type 90) - JNAF's first home-developed biplane fighter.
• Nakajima A4N1 (Type 95) - JNAF's last carrier-borne biplane fighter.
• Mitsubishi B2M2 JNAF mid-30s carrier-borne biplane torpedo bomber.
• Mitsubishi Ki-10-II (Perry) - JAAF's last (and best) biplane fighter.
• Mitsubishi Ki-2-I (Type 93-1) (Louise) - JAAF's Twin-engine monoplane light bomber.
• Mitsubishi Ki-2-II (Type 93-2) (Louise) – Second generation Ki-2 upgraded with retractable landing gear, enclosed cockpits, and more powerful engines.




mgoldstein -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 2:55:06 AM)

And the Chinese Air Force planes from the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japan war in 1937

• Boeing 281: Export version of the P-26 Peashooter.
• Fiat CR-32 Falco
• Curtiss F11C-2 Goshawk/Hawk II: Biplane fighter-bomber used by both China and Thailand. The Hawk II had fixed landing gear.
• Curtiss F11C-3 Goshawk/Hawk III: Biplane fighter-bomber used by both China and Thailand. The Hawk III featured retractable landing gear.
• Northrop Gamma 2E
• Vultee V-11-GB
• Martin 139WC
• Heinkel He111A-0
• Curtiss A-12 Shrike
• Douglas O-2MC
• Vought V-65 Corsair




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 3:29:39 AM)

The CAF Hawk III is already done and posted on this forum (a page or two back). The rest will be added to the list.




Reg -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 1:47:16 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: pad152

How to use the aircraft art files?

Some once told me there was a way to add new plane (single aircraft) art without modding the original art files, anyone know how to do this?


Really easy since MichaelM introduced the Rotating Artwork.

Just make sure your image is 150 x 60 pixel bitmap (24 or 16 bit bitmaps both seem to work) and name it A_PlaneSidexxxx.bmp where xxxx is the bitmap number for the aircraft slot as specified in the editor.

Copy this file into the \ART\AlliedPlanes\ or \ART\JapPlanes\ folder (you may need to create it) and your new image will override the default image in the A_PlaneSide.bmp file for the entire length of the game.

For more information see the document posted by MichaelM in the first post of this thread http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=2405660&mpage=1&key=

Best of luck!!




Terminus -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 2:44:14 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: MadmanRick

The McDonnell P-67 is giving me fits (the line drawings I could locate were either of too little detail or in the case of the one I am using, needed tons of work to clean-up), so I decided to do a quickie request. So here is the Termy Special, an Avro Manchester Mk.IA, in the markings of 83 Squadron:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/AvroManchesterMkIA-side.jpg[/image]


Thanks much!




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 9:12:15 PM)

Ok, submitted for your approval; McDonnell P-67 Bat:



P.S. This one was a monster to complete. But, it came out pretty well, I think!




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 9:20:31 PM)

Also, I searched high and low on the web, even through my books including "Curtiss Aircraft - 1907-1947" and "American Attack Aircraft Since 1926" and I cannot locate a line drawing for the Curtiss A-8 Shrike anywhere. Can anyone assist?




NormS3 -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 9:27:08 PM)

Can't remember if i sent this site to you before. Keep up the great work! I never even heard of a p-67, but your artwork is sending me to go look her up!

http://wp.scn.ru/en/ww15/b/1670/21/0#2




TR Shrum -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/11/2010 11:52:31 PM)

MadmanRick,
Thanks again for filling my requested list of aircraft.  The P-67 is outstanding.
TR Shrum




Terminus -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/12/2010 12:51:48 AM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: MadmanRick

Also, I searched high and low on the web, even through my books including "Curtiss Aircraft - 1907-1947" and "American Attack Aircraft Since 1926" and I cannot locate a line drawing for the Curtiss A-8 Shrike anywhere. Can anyone assist?


Seems to be difficult to find...

[image]local://upfiles/16369/A8503F5B65BC4220AF95EA8C8BA39772.jpg[/image]




Terminus -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/12/2010 12:52:25 AM)

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MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/13/2010 12:31:13 AM)

Hawker Fury Mk.I in 43 Squadron markings:




scottott999 -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/13/2010 12:52:50 AM)

Great work MadmanRick! I'd like to put in a request for a couple of Curtis aircraft if possible. Could you make an XF14C naval version and a P-62, please?




Don Bowen -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/13/2010 1:16:43 AM)


How about a B1-Rd and a CGU-11.




scottott999 -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/13/2010 1:26:59 AM)

In flight or perched?




akdreemer -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/13/2010 6:40:34 AM)

Well I guess I will get on the bandwagon also, so here is my request:
USN colors
Sikorsky S-43 'Baby Clipper' (JRS-1) Twelve of these were at Peral Harbor on Dec 7 41 and more were based along the West Coast
Grumman G-21 Goose (JRF-5)
Grumman G-44 Widgeon (J4-F)
Boeing XPBB Sea Ranger (Only one built, production canceled in favor of B-29, but had potential range of 11,0000 miles)

RN
Supermarine Spitfire Float Fighter

French Navy
Liorι-et-Olivier H-46 Another on-off prototype but with some promise.
Loire 210 Float-plane Fighter
Breguet 521 LR Patrol plane






MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/13/2010 8:22:34 PM)

Bristol Buckingham B.1:




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/14/2010 3:18:01 PM)

Boeing PBB Sea Ranger in VP-52 markings:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/BoeingXPBBSeaRanger-side.jpg[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/14/2010 5:45:37 PM)

Bristol Brigand B Mk.I, 84 Squadron:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/BristolBrigand-side.jpg[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/15/2010 12:54:37 PM)

Just because I have an intense interest in early Soviet jets, the Yak-15 Feather:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Yak-15Feather-side.jpg[/image]




TR Shrum -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/15/2010 4:07:36 PM)

MadmanRick,

I like your "intense interest" in early Soviet jets. More please. Great Yak-15. Thanks.




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/16/2010 3:06:16 AM)

deHavilland Sea Hornet NF.21, 809 Squadron, HMS Vengence:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/deHavillandSeaHornetNF21-side.jpg[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/18/2010 2:20:06 AM)

I was finally able to track down a decent line drawing for the Curtiss A-8 Shrike and what follows is simply sublime (imho), markings for the 37th Attack Squadron:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/CurtissA-8Shrike-side.jpg[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/18/2010 5:56:06 PM)

Here is a de Havilland Hornet F.3 from No. 80 Squadron RAF and a Sea Hornet F.20 from No. 728 Squadron RN:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/deHavillandHornetF3-side.jpg[/image]

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/deHavillandSeaHornetF20-side.jpg[/image]




Terminus -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/18/2010 8:17:02 PM)

How about a Whitley and a Hampden?




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/19/2010 4:41:41 AM)

Flying Barn Door and Flying Panhandle noted and added to the list, also here is the Supermarine Spiteful F. Mk. XIV:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/SupermarineSpitefulFMkXIV-side.jpg[/image]




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