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Thank you Peterla, it's thanks to you I became more confident skinning. 

 

 

 

 

 

Excellent work my friend! The hand painted numerals give it a very immersive and historical look. Keep at it brother. There are very few of us and too much work to go around.

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Dear all,

 

I want to do a little contribution to the thread posting(as Spaniard) a pre-WWII I 16 "Mosca".

It was flown by the republican ace Jose Maria Bravo Fernandez-Hermosa during the Spanish Civil War(1936-1939). During the war he piloted the CM-193 and this one, CM-249, stating 23 kills on more than 160 sorties.

The aircraft shows a domino's tile "double six" on the vertical fin, main emblem of the 3rd Squadron of "Moscas", Republican air Force.

 


 

As per the picture below, a restored aircraft by the Infante de Orleans Foundation has been repainted with Jose Maria's original colors.

I hope you enjoy it.

Regards,

 

Pedro

 

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Edited above post: Changed color of rudder hinges to match republican flag(whole rudder section displays now the flag.

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Thank you Peterla, it's thanks to you I became more confident skinning.  :happy:

 

Great stuff I like the two tone scheme you used

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Hi all,

 

Today I add two more schemes from the Spanish Civil War. 

 

The aircraft with the registration number CM-215 was piloted by Sergey Ivanovich Gritsevets, commander of the 5 Escuadrilla de Caza, which claimed about 30 air victories and was honored Hero of Soviet Union. After the Spanish war he was sent to Mongolia and later to Ukraine to prepare the invasion of Poland. Gritsevets was killed on the 16 September 1939 in an accident in Bolbasovo near Vitebsk, wherein his plane was rammed by another while taxiing in preparation for take off.

 

The other aircraft, with an unusual red tail, was piloted by the Canadian volunteer Derek Dickinson and was located in Castellon de la Plana airfield, that for a curious coincidence It's my family's place. There is a rumor about a old style chivalry air duel between Dickinson and Bruno Mussolini(son of the dictator) in which they set to meet at certain time and location and agreed the conditions of the fight, with escorts to unsure fairness of the fight. The defeated will wave a long white scarf out of the cockpit and he would be let free by the winner. Looks like after a long duel with the initial advantage for the Italian, Captain Derek Dickinson finally triumphed and Bruno threw out the scarf and dived to earth and to the national lines.

 

I hope you enjoy this little fellas.

 

Download link for Sergey Ivanovich Gritsevets's CM-215: https://app.box.com/s/teznkjynn0kh6e3oh05n7o7tqj1lg9vf

 

Download link for Derek Dickinson's No.23: https://app.box.com/s/enemipy2kd1awn6krh8wtehac2na67u3

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Wish we had an He-51 now...  Lucky the Emil 109 is coming soon...  Nice SCW skins!

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Dear all,

 

As complement to the SCW Republican skins here we go with something interesting: a Nationalist Rata(rat).

 

This aircraft belongs to the Nationalist Air Force, 26th Grupo de Caza(Fighter group), Tablada airfield, Sevilla, 1944-1945.

It wears the newer Spanish National markings on the wings with still the older Nationalist black disc on the fuselage. The Nationalist marking "1 W" was dedicated to captured aircraft and this marking appeared on former Republican Moscas(fly) as the Nationalists considered these planes to be captured equipment.

As per the last picture, it's not clear if the light grey is in fact bare aluminium but it's most probably the last one; anyways I can't get that bare aluminum finish with my current skills so I guess the light grey is ok. :sleep:

Hope you enjoy flying this little bird.

 

Download link: https://app.box.com/s/2luh72uaktw8amun5bhwnchu1h5h121j

 

EDIT: For whatever reason the green color on the last picture/template has been changed during the upload. The correct color is the pale green you see on the aircraft screenshots.

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Osea que las tropas de Franco lo capturaron y utilizaron a pesar de ser de fabricación Rusa..?

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Osea que las tropas de Franco lo capturaron y utilizaron a pesar de ser de fabricación Rusa..?

Si. Parece que se capturaron una veintena y se fabricaron en Jerez otro numero similar pero desconozco si fue en algunas instalaciones capturadas afines a la Republica. Los aparatos fueron luego utilizados como entrenadores en diferentes escuelas creo que hasta principio/mediados de los cincuenta.

 

Yes. Looks like the Nationalists use about 23 captured I16 and other more were manufactured on a factory in the spanish vecinity of Jerez. There were used later in training schools before being retired from service that was( if I'm not mistaken) in the 50's.

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Edited above post: Changed color of rudder hinges to match republican flag(whole rudder section displays now the flag.

It may looks like here:

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DEVS! Can we pls get the Skii's as a MOD upgrade for this plane?


Dear all,

 

As complement to the SCW Republican skins here we go with something interesting: a Nationalist Rata(rat).

 

This aircraft belongs to the Nationalist Air Force, 26th Grupo de Caza(Fighter group), Tablada airfield, Sevilla, 1944-1945.

It wears the newer Spanish National markings on the wings with still the older Nationalist black disc on the fuselage. The Nationalist marking "1 W" was dedicated to captured aircraft and this marking appeared on former Republican Moscas(fly) as the Nationalists considered these planes to be captured equipment.

As per the last picture, it's not clear if the light grey is in fact bare aluminium but it's most probably the last one; anyways I can't get that bare aluminum finish with my current skills so I guess the light grey is ok. :sleep:

Hope you enjoy flying this little bird.

 

Download link: https://app.box.com/s/2luh72uaktw8amun5bhwnchu1h5h121j

 

EDIT: For whatever reason the green color on the last picture/template has been changed during the upload. The correct color is the pale green you see on the aircraft screenshots.

 

 

My favorite skin thus far!


Wish we had an He-51 now...  Lucky the Emil 109 is coming soon...  Nice SCW skins!

 

 

Do you mean Hs-123?

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Le Polikarpov I-16 type 18 de la 777ème escadrille indépendante, rattachée au Cercle de Combat Gaulois (ici en version hiver) / I-16 belonging to 777th Independent Squadron; attached to the French Group "Cercle de Combat Gaulois", Stalingrad winter 1942

 

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I'm probably being thick, but do you have a download link for that beauty, Obelix? It's not jumping out at me.

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Cracking skins Obelix. I can't wait to see the rest.

Thanks for sharing your work.

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Hello pilots.
After a long time I tried to create some skin again.  As a victim, I chose I-16 and maybe I'm a little success.
  Like my artwork, I chose skins of manuals for great kits Eduard.  I began not determine if the originals are 100 % authentic, but I liked.  Perhaps they will like you.  thanks

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Links:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/1eocp4ayz4r47n3/Genadij_Tsokolajev_4GIAP.dds

http://www.mediafire.com/download/radynzrvc1kmng2/Boris_F_Safonov_72SAP.dds

http://www.mediafire.com/download/go5dh5vxic81iv5/191stIAP_1stLt_Gennadiy_Zhuikov.dds

http://www.mediafire.com/download/84rlndeov7c99bk/84IAP_A_A_KHUDIAKOV.dds

 

 Thanks and Enjoy!

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Hey.
  So I made one more Ishak.  A total of everything is known appearance of the machine, but an unknown unit.  Captured by the Germans in 1941 in Ukraine.

 

Skin originally belongs machine version 10, not 24, but perhaps it does not matter.

 

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Download:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/mgetp2rnd2azcyf/I16Type24_Unknown_unit_Ukraine1941.dds

 

Enjoy!

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Cracking skins Obelix. I can't wait to see the rest.

Thanks for sharing your work.

Thanks

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That's a great skin Iceman  worship.gif

 

I promised myself I would stop filling my hard drive with skins, but damm it then you go and make a really unique and beautiful skin 

 

Grrrrr :dash:

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That's a great skin Iceman  worship.gif

 

I promised myself I would stop filling my hard drive with skins, but damm it then you go and make a really unique and beautiful skin 

 

Grrrrr :dash:

 

I hear you Monument! My Skin folder is about to reach 7 Gb. Can't help myself not to download all these beauties.

 

Thanks for sharing your time and your art you all artists! ;)

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My First Skin Whit I-16 Tipe 24, Good Work and Much detailed. This aircraft he was in Sevice Post SCW in the baleares "Mallorca" For All Pilots the BOS/BOM enjoy it..


 


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link Direct Download:


http://www.mediafire.com/download/okmy45d15kygx8z/I16+t24+Nacionalista.rar


 


Sorry For my Bad Inglish, But i amTrying toi write without no using traslator.. and is catastrofic in others moments    


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WIP

Not the same level than actual skinners around for sure, it's just a tentative skin inspired by an I-153 in Manchuria:

 

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What do you think?

For this aircraft will draw the texture?)))

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