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As of this moment, I really don't have time to create a universal graphics file. However, that may be something that's doable when I complete the majority of the artwork. The other factor complicating a universal graphics file is that much of the requested artwork is for prototype and esoteric aircraft, which may affect play balance one way or another.
As far as a definitive book on WW2 aircraft goes, it really depends on what you are looking for. If you want stats, Jane's is a great reference (albeit expensive). For camo schemes and line drawings, books like Squadron's In Action series and the Warpaint series are indispensable. I have close to 1000 titles in my personal library, so I can cover just about any subject in one form or another. I am only missing the really esoteric and one-off type aircraft. Just about anything else (excepting the most modern a/c), I have in a book or three.
< Message edited by MadmanRick -- 6/29/2010 6:16:11 PM >
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