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  1. Superb Det.......kudos to ya mate,these are beautiful.
  2. Wow....Fantastic job Det,she looks superb mate,any download link,or am I missing something ? Thank you very much for creating this Det
  3. Yes,I know,it's a difficult one isn't it,maybe a little artistic creativity is required Det,the splinter pattern is made up of the two greens RLM 72 and RLM 70 as you've pinpointed,both dark,that's for sure.The spinner is partly made up of red and black. The skin in the picture shown by bzc3lk's post 96 looks far too light IMO,I don't know who created that,but with all respect,the contrast between the two greens is way too different.One of the reasons why most Ju87's look as if they are almost one green,is the two greens are very similar,the picture references used by Osprey books are usually very accurate,so I'd follow this as good picture reference. Re the number on the port gear,from all the pictures I've studied,they all appear to have the number on both sides,does'nt make sense to only have the number on one side,being a recognition number,so I'd go for both sides mate. I'm really sorry I can't be of more help,but I'm sure what ever you create it'll look great.and if in doubt,I'd be really happy if it resembles the picture I put forward in my initial post,the Osprey profile. I did find this picture below that shows a Ju87D from a similar unit,from this you can see the darkness of the two greens and the red in the spinner is the real red colour that would've been used for these Ju87's.The Octane fuel yellow triangle decal is also shown just below the pilot too,see my initial picture. This is my take on it anyway for what it's worth. 87 Octane Fuel Triangle Ju87D 5./StG 2, Eastern Front, mid 1943
  4. Thanks Det......this would be much appreciated,re reference material,I only have that one picture to go on unfortunately,the picture came from Osprey's Junkers Ju87 Stukageschwader Of The Russian Front by John Weal. It was part of the 5./StG 2 Immelmann Kerch IV Crimea from April 1943,this Ju87 was flown by Staffelkapitan Oberleutnant Gunther Schmid,sorry I can't be more helpful with the reference pictures.
  5. Oh right,well if that's true,that's heartning,and regards the animation I'll check this out again,
  6. The Spitfire's elevator trim in game is operated by the pitch trimmer,which is a key/button operation,where as the Bf109's elevator trim is operated by the Stabilizer trim,an axis/wheel operation. This said,is there a future plan to animate the Spitfire's trim wheel on the inside port side of the cockpit,and have the same operation as the Bf109,so we can have an axis operated elevator trim,like the real aircraft ? I use a Saitek Cessna trim wheel for my WW2 sim aircraft,so whilst the Bf109 is operated correctly and realistically,the Spitfire's key/button operation is just not very realistic.It would be very nice having the same operation as that of the Bf109,along with the correct animation of the cockpit trim wheel.
  7. Excellent Julian,love Hackl's A6,brilliant mate
  8. Excellent work on the Spit skins Johnny,thank you very much
  9. Thanks bzc3lk.......but I do have these too,and as I've pointed out,it's the red/black spinner version in a 4K that I was requesting,as per my picture
  10. Yes,as I said,a similar skin was created some time ago,but that version had green spinners,and I don't think it was a 4k version....anyway,this one has a red/black spinner,and the version is a just favourite of mine.
  11. Hi Det,love the Stukas you have created in 4K,would you consider creating this one from StG2 please ?.......a similar skin was created some time ago,but that version had green spinners,and was not a 4k version. I just love this red/black spinner version,and obviously a 4k version would be a real treat.
  12. Excellent work Det,superb talent.....thank you very much Sir.
  13. I will only ever use aircraft skins that are historical,and not faux.....no offence,I'm not political,but if the aircraft back in 1942 carried such markings,I don't want the skin in 2018 to look any different. I see these historical skins for what they are,historical flight sim skins,I do not read,or derive anything else from them,as my intelligence is above that @ Julian........Your historical skins are fantastic my friend,keep them coming.....thank you very much.
  14. @ICDP and Julian........great skins fellas,these are beauties,thank you very much indeed.
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