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  1. I./JG1_Baron

    Developer Diary 216 - Discussion

    Yupp, the Panther is a legend. But Pz.III and Pz.IV are challenge ☠️
  2. I./JG1_Baron

    Developer Diary 216 - Discussion

    For myself - becouse PZ. III is damn sexy 😁. And next - I like agile tanks and PZ. III agile is without doubt. I mean new PZ. III with schurtzen. Well, cant wait to PZ. IVG as well ☠️
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    Skin 4k Fw 190 A-8

    Hey guys, i reworked my skins for Fw-190A-8 from this post: https://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/39231-skin-4k-fw-190-a-8/?do=findComment&comment=711741 I want say BIG THANKS to E69_julian57 for his help with Alpha channel. And what is new? Well, reworked Alpha channel for all skins, and i created version 2 for Grislawski`s white 9 with yellow bottom marking. I was studying again all informations about Grislawski`s plane, and i think, that is correct when we`ll have two versions of his plane. There is no option to exclude one option - it is difficult to say which of the camouflages is closer to reality. So I gave you the choice 😎 Note: Skins in pack are with swastika Have fun - and thanks for looking Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/odyndagxb31bf7r/Fw-190A-8_1.JG1_Skins_set.zip/file Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-7 "White 9", Hptm. Alfred Grislawski, 1./JG1, early 1944, version 1 with red bottom marks Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-7 "White 9", Hptm. Alfred Grislawski, 1./JG1, early 1944, version 2 with yellow bottom marks Focke-Wulf 190 A-7 "Red 13", Major Heinz Bär, II./JG1, Rheine, March 1944 Fw-190A-7, Stab I./JG 1, pilot Technischer-Offizier der I./JG 1 oberleutnant Wilhelm Krebs, Dortmund airfield, january 1944 Focke-Wulf 190 A-8 "White 23", Stab I./JG1, Greifswald, November-December 1944 - this plane participated at Boddenplatte actions
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    Post Your Screenshots / Vids Here

    From multiplayer battles
  5. I./JG1_Baron

    Developer Diary 216 - Discussion

    Honestly - cant wait 😉
  6. I./JG1_Baron

    Fokker Dr 1 * WWI - SKINS *

    Thanks
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    Fokker Dr 1 * WWI - SKINS *

    Hey guys, i made two historical Jasta 6 skins. Download link https://www.mediafire.com/file/agcj4tda66z3joh/Fokker_Dr.1_Jasta_6_Historical.zip/file Contains: Fokker Dr.1 556/17, Lt. Ludwig "Lutz" Beckmann, Jasta 6, Lechelle, March 1918 Fokker Dr.1 525/17, unknown pilot, Jasta 6, from 1917 to spring 1918 Thanks for looking
  8. Try this - delete all files from updates folder (in main folder of the game). Run launcher and update again. Have fun.
  9. B17 was down with 3 - 4 hits by MK108. Usually fighter was destroyed after 1 - 2 hits. Thunderbolt included. MK108 was lethal weapon.
  10. I./JG1_Baron

    FW 190 A-5 Skins

    Hi friends, I created skins from I./JG1. skins are based on fotographies and book. Pack contains skins with and without swastikas. Have fun. Download link: http://www.mediafire...s_pack.ZIP/file Focke-Wulf Fw-190A-4Y, White 4, 1./JG1, Deelen, Aprli 1943. This plane was flying formerly in IV./JG1. skin with swastika Focke Wulf Fw-190A5, White 1, I./JG1, uffz. Bernhard Kunze, Holland 1943. Are two versions of this plane - first version shows Kunze`s plane with a black-yellow scroll pattern of engine, second version shows the same plane with black-white scroll pattern of engine. I think that correct is B&W version. But you have a choice Version 1 skin with swastika Version 2 skin with swastika Thanks for looking.
  11. I./JG1_Baron

    Developer Diary 213 - Discussion

    Dora looks FANTASTIC. Have a question - will be two types of canopies as option for Fw-190A-8 too? Happy New Year guys!
  12. I./JG1_Baron

    Skin 4k Fw 190 A-8

    Thanks for your reply Madcop. About colours of JG1 - they used primary red color, it was mark for direct Riechsdefenders. For example JG300 used red color too. Yes agree that some autors said about Grislawski`s plane that had yellow ends of the wings. In my opinion were in red color. Well, is hard exactly said, this was red - this was yellow. All camoufages from late era of WW2 are and will reconstruction only (i mean Luftwaffe). As i said before - for me is logical if JG1 used red color as primary mark, than used the same color as color of accesories. You are right that white color was for Afrika and Mediterinean (later green), Yellow for East front and Red for homeland. Sure, were more colors on the LW planes - green for Stabstaffel, white for 1. staffel, red (or black) for 2. staffel, yellow for 3. staffel, blue for 4. staffel. I mean that discusion about LW colors (and about colors of war in common) is not for this thread and maybe need own thread. Best regards Baron Here is Grislawski Fw190A7 P.S. You can see White 23 at page number 278 (Defenders of the Reich, Jagdgeschwader 1, Volume III, 1944 - 1945) In the same book is at the page number 240 photo of the Red 13 with Heinz Bär - and this red 13 have black bordered fuselage cross. It is clearly visible. This picture was one of the references for the skin.
  13. I./JG1_Baron

    Skin 4k Fw 190 A-8

    Hi Madcop, thanx to your reply. For your information - I saw many many pictures of the planes above, many illustrations, etc. Paradoxly, illustrations are different one to one. Photos of war are fine, but they looks planes in different times. For example White 9. Look on picture and illustration in Mombeeks book - page 222 (Volume III of JG1 history) and check pictures and illustrations on Net (and instruction for plastic model kits for example) . Some pictures (not illustrations) looks White 9 with red wings, some without red ends of the wings. Dillema no? I choose to with red ends of wings (by the way, this camo is at page 222). The same is with others skins. Unfortunately pilots and technics in war did not pictures of the plane for modelers in 21th century, so many details missing. For example camo fields on top of the wings and others. I do not claim to have made the most accurate skins in the world, but I think that I have done more or less accurate reconstruction of their appearance from the available materials and their comparisons. That's all. Best regards and merry Christmas Baron
  14. I./JG1_Baron

    Skin 4k Fw 190 A-8

    JG1 Skinspack: skins are upgraded there: https://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/39231-skin-4k-fw-190-a-8/?do=findComment&comment=733593 Reference: Book: Defenders of the Reich by Eric Mombeek Note: All skins are historical with swastika Contens: Focke-Wulf 190 A-7 "Red 13", Major Heinz Bär, II./JG1, Rheine, March 1944 Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-7 "White 9", Hptm. Alfred Grislawski, 1./JG1, early 1944 Fw 190 A-7, oberleutnant Wilhelm Krebs, Gruppe Technical Officer, I./JG1, Dortmund, January 1944 Focke-Wulf 190 A-8 "White 23", Stab I./JG1, Greifswald, November-December 1944
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