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Stephan Faessler

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About Stephan Faessler

  • Birthday 11/23/1979

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    Bali
  • Interests
    P3Dv4, Gaming, Art, Design, Aviation, Photoshop, AI, Cooking and drinking lots of Wine and Beer

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  1. View File JustFlight Curtiss C46A Commando RNZAF NZ5904 This folder contains a repaint for the payware Just Flight/AH Curtiss C46A Commando military model. Repaint by Stephan Faessler, based on the JustFlight C46 paintkit. Based on a Bristol Freighter in camo livery with custom rivets and bump maps. NOTE: If you don't like the bump maps, simply delete them from your "texture.NZ5904" folder. Bump files are the 5 files with the _bump.dds file extension name. Submitter Stephan Faessler Submitted 09/21/2017 Category Pacific Manufacturer Just Flight / Aeroplane Heaven Model C46 Specifications NZ5904  
  2. JustFlight Curtiss C46A Commando RNZAF NZ5904

    Version

    64 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the payware Just Flight/AH Curtiss C46A Commando military model. Repaint by Stephan Faessler, based on the JustFlight C46 paintkit. Based on a Bristol Freighter in camo livery with custom rivets and bump maps. NOTE: If you don't like the bump maps, simply delete them from your "texture.NZ5904" folder. Bump files are the 5 files with the _bump.dds file extension name.
  3. Its ready in the downloads sections thanks. cheers
  4. Hi Cathy, I'm working on a C-46 camo right one... cheers
  5. View File CRJ700ER United Express N703SK OC This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ-700. Repaint by Stephan Faessler. Retro livery of the United Express CRJ700ER operated by Skywest in 2010 colours. Painted and tested in P3Dv4. Submitter Stephan Faessler Submitted 08/19/2017 Category North America  
  6. CRJ700ER United Express N703SK OC

    Version

    40 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ-700. Repaint by Stephan Faessler. Retro livery of the United Express CRJ700ER operated by Skywest in 2010 colours. Painted and tested in P3Dv4.
  7. 2017 FS Repaint request thread

    Hi mate I downloaded the new paintkit and there seems to be two issues so i cant finish the paints as of yet but i have contacted the developer to see when this gets fixed. so all beaver paints are on hold but i can still paint your livery now :-) i id not buy the new expansion so your livery as depicted in the image seems to be for the regular model so i hope its fine to use the regular model and not the new expansion for this livery mate. thanks
  8. 2017 FS Repaint request thread

    Once i have the new paint kit I'll be working on your paint Musterpilot. plus the existing conversions of my paints thanks
  9. View File Aerosoft CRJ-700 QantasLink VH-NHY This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ-700. Repaint by Stephan Faessler. Fictional livery inspired by the Fokker100 VH-NHY in Qantas Link 2014 colours. Submitter Stephan Faessler Submitted 08/11/2017 Category Pacific  
  10. Aerosoft CRJ-700 QantasLink VH-NHY

    Version

    47 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ-700. Repaint by Stephan Faessler. Fictional livery inspired by the Fokker100 VH-NHY in Qantas Link 2014 colours.
  11. View File Aerosoft CRJ-700 Swiss HB-JBA This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ-700. Repaint by Stephan Faessler. Fictional livery inspired by the C-Series 300 from Bombardier in Swiss International colours. Painted and tested in P3Dv4. Submitter Stephan Faessler Submitted 08/06/2017 Category Europe  
  12. Aerosoft CRJ-700 Swiss HB-JBA

    Version v2

    38 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft CRJ-700. Repaint by Stephan Faessler. Fictional livery inspired by the C-Series 300 from Bombardier in Swiss International colours. Painted and tested in P3Dv4.
  13. View File Milviz DHC-2 Beaver VH-MLB IMPORTANT: This version works with the previous model only : MilViz_DHC-2_Beaver_v1.170619 Backstory ================================================================================================================================ Accident: Near Captain’s Flat, NSW. 06-Dec-1979. Aircraft written off. Pilot Len Tesoriero sustained fatal injuries Anecdotal report of the above accident by Peter Reardon via Geoffrey Goodall who researched on behalf of the pilot’s cousin. It is known that the pilot’s Grandfather and Grandmother were amongst the very first Italian migrants to arrive in Australia in Sydney in 1947. They arrived after a miserable trip from Rome in Warren Penney’s Lockheed Hudson VH-ASV, as part of the Migrant Charter. The Beaver aircraft was returned to agricultural topdressing operations with Aerial Agriculture P/L of Bankstown. On 06-Dec-1979, it was written off in a fatal accident, near Captain's Flat, N.S.W. The pilot was Len Tesoriero. It seems that the aircraft was working and part-way through an agricultural procedure turn, pulling probably 2G+ as normal, when the fin attachment bolts failed. The investigation concluded that apparently the fin and rudder had rolled through about 90 degrees and rested (horizontally) on the tailplane and elevator. The pilot would have been immediately deprived of vertical and directional control at that instant. Being at low altitude, there would have been no means of recovering, even if some vertical control could have been achieved. The wreckage was beyond economic repair and the aircraft was written off at that time. However, the investigation did lead to fleet-wide inspection of all fin attachment bolts and some worn/cracked bolts were revealed. An Airworthiness Directive was immediately issued and all the DHC-2 Beavers were grounded until the inspections and bolt replacements had been completed. While the Beaver was built as a rugged bush aircraft, it was subjected to repeated overload operations from rough agricultural airstrips and subjected to high aerodynamic G forces in every day of agricultural operations. While it is very sad that Len was the one to lose his life in this way, his accident investigation undoubtedly saved the lives of many other Beaver topdressing pilots – mine included. I never knew Len, or the history of his accident, but there for the grace of God it could have been me as I flew Beavers on such topdressing operations for many years – before and after Len’s tragic accident. ================================================================================================================================ This folder contains a repaint for the Milviz DHC-2 Beaver. Repaint by Stephan Faessler, based on th Milviz paintkit. IMPORTANT: This livery looks best in the cargo version, which can be selected/ enabled through the Milviz MVAMS app from Milviz. In memories of Len Tesoriero. Requested by a FB member of "The Hangar" Group. Painted and tested in P3Dv4. Enjoy! Submitter Stephan Faessler Submitted 08/02/2017 Category Pacific  
  14. Milviz DHC-2 Beaver VH-MLB

    Version

    85 downloads

    IMPORTANT: This version works with the previous model only : MilViz_DHC-2_Beaver_v1.170619 Backstory ================================================================================================================================ Accident: Near Captain’s Flat, NSW. 06-Dec-1979. Aircraft written off. Pilot Len Tesoriero sustained fatal injuries Anecdotal report of the above accident by Peter Reardon via Geoffrey Goodall who researched on behalf of the pilot’s cousin. It is known that the pilot’s Grandfather and Grandmother were amongst the very first Italian migrants to arrive in Australia in Sydney in 1947. They arrived after a miserable trip from Rome in Warren Penney’s Lockheed Hudson VH-ASV, as part of the Migrant Charter. The Beaver aircraft was returned to agricultural topdressing operations with Aerial Agriculture P/L of Bankstown. On 06-Dec-1979, it was written off in a fatal accident, near Captain's Flat, N.S.W. The pilot was Len Tesoriero. It seems that the aircraft was working and part-way through an agricultural procedure turn, pulling probably 2G+ as normal, when the fin attachment bolts failed. The investigation concluded that apparently the fin and rudder had rolled through about 90 degrees and rested (horizontally) on the tailplane and elevator. The pilot would have been immediately deprived of vertical and directional control at that instant. Being at low altitude, there would have been no means of recovering, even if some vertical control could have been achieved. The wreckage was beyond economic repair and the aircraft was written off at that time. However, the investigation did lead to fleet-wide inspection of all fin attachment bolts and some worn/cracked bolts were revealed. An Airworthiness Directive was immediately issued and all the DHC-2 Beavers were grounded until the inspections and bolt replacements had been completed. While the Beaver was built as a rugged bush aircraft, it was subjected to repeated overload operations from rough agricultural airstrips and subjected to high aerodynamic G forces in every day of agricultural operations. While it is very sad that Len was the one to lose his life in this way, his accident investigation undoubtedly saved the lives of many other Beaver topdressing pilots – mine included. I never knew Len, or the history of his accident, but there for the grace of God it could have been me as I flew Beavers on such topdressing operations for many years – before and after Len’s tragic accident. ================================================================================================================================ This folder contains a repaint for the Milviz DHC-2 Beaver. Repaint by Stephan Faessler, based on th Milviz paintkit. IMPORTANT: This livery looks best in the cargo version, which can be selected/ enabled through the Milviz MVAMS app from Milviz. In memories of Len Tesoriero. Requested by a FB member of "The Hangar" Group. Painted and tested in P3Dv4. Enjoy!
  15. View File Tim "Piglet" Conrad PC-6C/H2 Australian Army A14-652 This folder contains a repaint for Tim "Piglet" Conrad's PC-6C/H2. Submitter Stephan Faessler Submitted 07/30/2017 Category Pacific  
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