CBris

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  • Birthday 12/29/1953

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    Bremen - EDDW
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  1. CBris

  2. Got plenty on the go at the moment - although I may drop "Thumper" (that's the Texan) because she crashed and was written off as BER a few years back...
  3. Yes, I saw that request but I do not have that model. Sorry.
  4. Knock yourself out...
  5. There is some FTX scenery in there, let's see if anyone can spot where these were taken... >:) Old One-Eye scaring the crows. He said later he was actually rather surprised to see birds at his take off point. This is not unusual, because most of the avian population has re-invented (d)evolution and the fittest birds are now those who think "Furr, cuddly, deep burrows" Don't worry if you can't recognise the strip... there's no prize.
  6. ...and anything avian in the vicinity starts thinking seriously about (d)evolution to fur and four legs and preferably deep burrows to hide in... Like this lot of feathered friends who must be just passing... Old One-Eye had borrowed a friend's ride to go and get the chickens a-laying for the breakfast eggs and while he was at it, "Let's have a bit of fun, shall we? This repaint will be available on my website relatively soon. just a couple of nigglies to fix and I'll upload it.
  7. Hi Asamra - The OzX forum has a library of paints, just click on the button "Downloads" at the top of any forum page and look on the right hand side of the page - your see all sorts of categories. Currently there are about 3055 paints in the Ozx library for you to browse through. Me - I'm awkward and happen to have a reasonably cheap host and my own domain and to get hold of my repaints, you'll have to visit my website. Just look at my signature at the bottom of my posts and you'll see that address (www dot eagleskinner dot com) and yes, it is not a clickable link I do that out of courtesy to the Ozx owners and fans. Admittedlyit cuts out a very small part of their traffic stats, but it also makes people visiting me visit of their deliberate choice and allows you (your virus scanner) to verify the url. Besides - it is not that much effort to type in my proper URL in your browser with the period keypress '.' instead of the letters 'dot' Another extremely good source of repaints is over at the Avsim file library http://library.avsim.net/index.php They have got one of the biggest flightsim file libraries going. Not just paints, but freeware aircraft, applets, tools and more. ..and if you get stuck, there's always a helping hand around.
  8. I have finally found a round tuit! So this evening I uploaded a dozen of my recent repaints to my website - feel free to drop by and download a paint or a hundred...
  9. I did this a couple of weeks ago, but it's not yet freely available, although my website for hosting my paints is now coming live again. It'll go to my eagleskinner website in not too many days now:
  10. I did a skin for Christen Eagle G-KLAW a few years ago. Now that he's changed sponsors, there's need for a "replacement". My website is back on line and live, so repaints can be downloaded. Er... once I get these recent paints zipped and uploaded...
  11. well, the Flight1 Navajo is not really something to write home about... so how is the Carenado model? I am all too frequently disappointed by their products - there was one time when they couldn't even manage the Cessna version of fowler flap action for their Cessnas and their paintkit mapping often utilises single item maps for both left and right side parts of the texture (mind you, even A2A are guilty of that) Maybe one day I'll manage to overcome my inertia and try another Carenado...
  12. Oh he'd have been alive, when such films were made. I'm sure he knew, whether he liked or not. Personally, I'd like to think he'd have had a good laugh about it...
  13. So... who remembers all these war films about the "Great War"? What sticks out most in your memories of these old films? Well for me, it means seeing a lot of Tiger Moths in dogfights with other Tiger Moths. There were never enough reconditioned WW1 planes for the films, so the good old Tiggie had to play dual roles. ...and now I have re-discovered Ant's Tiger Moth. What fun!