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Awesome work!

 

Would you be able to make a skin of Werner Voss’ Fokker F.I? Thanks :) 

 

The F.I didn’t have the wing skids of the Dr.I, I think you can replicate that by making the wink skid textures transparent.

 

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5 minutes ago, Tomi_099 said:

O.K ..have you.. Top view.. Picture ? :mda:

 

These are the best photos I can find of 103/17’s upper surfaces.

 

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Here some fictional skins I made. 

First one is my personal one, and second one a commission work. 

Enjoy ;)

 

 

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Hello!

Does anyone have complete color tables for the airplanes of Jasta 11? I think it would be nice to have all the skins of the real flying circus...

I have some material but not everything.

 

I'd like to recreate the following Dr. I's:

 

Manfred von Richthofen's

Eberhardt Mohnicke's

Werner Steinhauser's

Richard Wenzel's

Hans Weiss'

Lothar Von Richtofen's

 

I know Lothar's skin already exists but as preinstalled skin, it might not be necessary to recreate that one.

If you have any more members of Jasta 11 you would like to suggest, feel free to do so.

And if some skins have already be done please send me the link!

I know that all of those have already been done for RoF, but its time for a rework!

 

Cheers!

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1 hour ago, =FEW=Kampfbiber said:

Hello!

Does anyone have complete color tables for the airplanes of Jasta 11? I think it would be nice to have all the skins of the real flying circus...

I have some material but not everything.

 

I'd like to recreate the following Dr. I's:

 

Manfred von Richthofen's

Eberhardt Mohnicke's

Werner Steinhauser's

Richard Wenzel's

Hans Weiss'

Lothar Von Richtofen's

 

I know Lothar's skin already exists but as preinstalled skin, it might not be necessary to recreate that one.

If you have any more members of Jasta 11 you would like to suggest, feel free to do so.

And if some skins have already be done please send me the link!

I know that all of those have already been done for RoF, but its time for a rework!

 

Cheers!

Hi ,i made couples Dr 1 skin:

 

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18 minutes ago, szelljr said:

Hi ,i made couples Dr 1 skin:

 

Thanks, you're an ace! That's Mohnicke, Manfred and Steinhauser taken care of! I will create some myself. 

My target is to do a formation flight over the france map with all the original colors... that would look gorgeous!

 

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Some new details were made today !

The cockpit of the "Fokker Dr.1" has been modified

 

 

Spoiler

 


A personal photo of the loved one!
The next promotion for the EK2 is on way!

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>>>    INSTALLATION FOLDER  <<<<

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DOWNLOAD LINK :

http://www.mediafire.com/file/3uf3zi0m5hdw0v9/Cockpit_Fokker_Fr1_V1.rar/file

 

 

 

 

And the map of the Western Front should always be on hand.
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Of course, the latest report of the newspaper at stand break to read.

 

 

 

This is Optional ,

Maybe !
Some of these ideas might be interesting for the developer ! :russian_ru:

 

 

 

 

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Well done Tomi,

I enjoy seeing the diversity in different skinning style's from all the authors, and your's is no exception! :thank_you:

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20 hours ago, FurphyForum said:

Well done Tomi,

I enjoy seeing the diversity in different skinning style's from all the authors, and your's is no exception! :thank_you:

:good:

 

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 +    +     +      +    Today is the final for Flying Circus   +    +     +      + 

 

                                           From the BoS Devs we got a new pilot animation

               and from me the Fokker Fr.I (white - K) of Friedrich Fritz Kempf is finished

 

Fokker DR.I 213/17 from  .. Lt.Friedrich " Fritz" Kempf,  Jasta Boelke ,   Marcke, März 1918

 

This is with the White K  version.

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Download   (white - K) of Friedrich Fritz Kempf

http://www.mediafire.com/file/76nff1xa3c65cxu/FDr1_Friedrich_Fritz_Kempf_V1.dds/file

 

 

 

 

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FOKKER DR.I 404/17 Hptm. Adolf von Tutschek  - Kommandeur JG2, März 1918

 

IN WORK !

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Hauptmann Adolf Ritter von Tutschek
FA 6, Jasta 2, 12, J. G II.

27 victories.
Winner of the PLM 3 Aug. 1917
Killed in action 15 March 1918
when his green Fokker DR.I (404/17)
was shot down by an S.E.5a
Flown by South African ace Harold Redler.

 

 

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One quick point -

 

The template for the Dr I is wrong, it shows rib stitching under the rib tapes (those little span-wise bumps). The real Dr I did not use rib stitching. Instead the fabric was attached to the ribs with flat headed metal pins. If you look at photos of real DR Is, there are no bumps under the rib tapes and the rib tapes are very smooth and almost invisible. Not like the odd-looking brown marks we have in the template. 

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10 hours ago, NickM said:

One quick point -

 

The template for the Dr I is wrong, it shows rib stitching under the rib tapes (those little span-wise bumps). The real Dr I did not use rib stitching. Instead the fabric was attached to the ribs with flat headed metal pins. If you look at photos of real DR Is, there are no bumps under the rib tapes and the rib tapes are very smooth and almost invisible. Not like the odd-looking brown marks we have in the template.  

 

Thanks very important to know .. so about ..?

 

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Looks beautiful, doesn't it?

 

I found the reference that explains the lack of rib-stitching in the photographs - 

 

In Alex Imrie's book, The Fokker Triplane,  he writes (p45), "Wings were covered in doped fabric, attached, as was normal german aeronautical practice, by nailing the fabric to the rib booms through a thin tape. Full depth stringing, whereby thin cord is run completely through the wing to secure the top and bottom fabric covers together along the whole rib outing, was not used. The complete fabric wing covering did not possess any drain holes for the removal of condensation."

 

The last sentence also explains why Dr I wings fell apart when used in wet winter conditions. I'm pretty sure I've read the same about the rib tapes in one of the Windsock profiles of the Dr I as well. I'll try and find the book. 

 

In any case, this explains why photographs show such smooth wings for the Fokker aircraft compared to the lumpy rib-stitching used on British and French aircraft.

 

Cheers,

 

Nick

 

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7 hours ago, NickM said:

Looks beautiful, doesn't it?

 

I found the reference that explains the lack of rib-stitching in the photographs - 

 

In Alex Imrie's book, The Fokker Triplane,  he writes (p45), "Wings were covered in doped fabric, attached, as was normal german aeronautical practice, by nailing the fabric to the rib booms through a thin tape. Full depth stringing, whereby thin cord is run completely through the wing to secure the top and bottom fabric covers together along the whole rib outing, was not used. The complete fabric wing covering did not possess any drain holes for the removal of condensation."

 

The last sentence also explains why Dr I wings fell apart when used in wet winter conditions. I'm pretty sure I've read the same about the rib tapes in one of the Windsock profiles of the Dr I as well. I'll try and find the book. 

 

In any case, this explains why photographs show such smooth wings for the Fokker aircraft compared to the lumpy rib-stitching used on British and French aircraft.

 

Cheers,

 

Nick 

 

Interesting contribution! ..

now with the moisture and the adhesives that were used at that time is a miracle ...

But the developer must have had somewhere where a template ..

to represent this way ... only where .. he saw it? :russian_ru:

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Hello friends you know what that is?
Well then
This will be the new template for the Fokker Dr.1

 

 

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Version:  V9

Prototype at the Fokker Factory

Would you like to fly one of the Fokker Dr1 prototypes?

 

LIST OF V-TYPES

http://members.tripod.com/~Hans_Vossers/d7html/vtypes.htm

 

 

 

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Download:

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Video :

 

 

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   +++ Placeholder  +++ 

 

-- Coming soon --

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On ‎10‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 7:24 AM, Tomi_099 said:

Hello friends you know what that is?
Well then
This will be the new template for the Fokker Dr.1

 

 

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WOW Tomi, Where do we get that template????

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Fokker Dr.I - Museum Pictures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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