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Old 06-17-2014, 09:21 PM
majorfailure majorfailure is offline
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simply imagine, this plane will not be ingame, otherwise step out of the dark corner and join the programmers to bring it with 4.14 to life with a proper cockpit.
If you really like the two seater Me262, then just ignore all the critcism and make the model. There will still be people flying it, and loving it. And then you still can come back and make a model of any of the more demanded planes, be it B-26, be it Ki-44 or Cr-32 or Tiffy or Helldiver or whatever - and be loved to death by the masses
I sometimes wish I had the talent and skills for 3d modelling...
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Old 06-18-2014, 01:12 AM
Pursuivant Pursuivant is offline
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If you really like the two seater Me262, then just ignore all the critcism and make the model. There will still be people flying it, and loving it.
Like he said. Make what you love. As long as it flew, or was on the drawing boards to fly, during WW2 it should be acceptable. If not, you can always release it as an unofficial mod.

I'd really like to see the night fighter variant:

http://www.lonesentry.com/panzer/may...t-fighter.html
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