Slot List ME 1914-1918

The 1st World War in the Middle East: The Sinai-Palestine-Syria, Mespot, and Hejaz theatres
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Slot List ME 1914-1918

Post by Moggy » Thu Mar 12, 2009 9:44 pm

The slot list is shaping up like this:

Entente

Sp1a - BE2e
Sp09 - Matinsyde G-100/102
Sp14 - Se5a
Hurr - Nieuport 17
Typh - Bristol Scout
Temp- Bristol F2B
Mosq - Caudron G.III

P51B - Nieuport 23
P51D - DH9
P38H - Martinsyde S1
P38J - Shorthorn
P47C- DH1A/2
P47D- Vickers FB19-II
B24a - RE-8
B26a- Nieuport 24
Bb17 Handley Page 0/100

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109E - Rumpler C.I
109G - Pfalz E.I
109K - Pfalz D III
110C - Albatros D III
110G - Fokker E.III
m410- AEG C.IV
190A - Albatros DV
190D - Rumpler C.IV
262a - LVG C.V
J88A - DFW C.V
J88C - Rumpler CVII - wip JT
ju87 -
H111-
VIv1 -

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Post by FlyRight » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:52 pm

Peter i got your six covered on some of this but some ac listed just aren't going to be made...on the other hand you left out the Spad?
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tweaked now for that Lewis...
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a couple of Tumas circa 1930s types could reshape those 3dz for some missing allie ac as with the Martinsyde and DH9a not to be mistaken for its earlier variant and...

for the German side the AEG/DFW/LVG all look like copies from a couple of his WWI releases.

the BristolF2 should be on that list if it wasn't for that funky bottom wing but...i'm STILL only in the eyeballing stage for these!

itm some links regarding the Ottoman aircraft, could be slot fillers...
http://www.tayyareci.com/digerucaklar/turkiye/ww1.asp
http://www.turkeyswar.com/aviation/aircrafts.htm
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Post by Moggy » Sat Mar 21, 2009 6:38 pm

Thanks Alan. The list was just a first off.

You're completely right that some of those a/c aren't likely to get made, so its alternative selections or using lookalikes from JT's extensive range..

The 30sqn Spad looks like a must - have.

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Post by FlyRight » Sat Mar 21, 2009 10:08 pm

Tuma does have a lot of circa 1930s 3dzs to pull from but only a few are worth reshaping from...may consider adding now the RAF Re8.

in general only his HR 3dzs sets are very foregiving even when mix/matching them with simular 3dz by him, if willing to turn a blind eye to any inherit Rs glitches, which if they weren't an issue after all this time shouldn't be now...

after looking more closely it looks like his Albatross C1 is an excellent base 3dz for the AEG/LVG types and the Halberstadt for DFWs (aka Aviatik) with very little shapeshifting, the time consuming problem is always the...

piggybacking/remapping/redo-DM thats so boring. otherwise i could bang out a shape over a weekend and i think i got the skinning part down which helps weed out any of the boring parts i missed, so whenever i got that far? am hopefully? almost done!!!

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Post by FlyRight » Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:09 am

update! seems the Spad XIII also served in the mideast as well as the Bristol M1 which was relegated to macedonia/palestine/iraq...
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after looking at Tumas Morane i think that could be a good 3dzbase for that one

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and the Nieuport11 for the Eindecker series
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and this VickersFB looks remotely out of the Sopwith family, if we had a Camel? which is possible whenever Tumas finished with the Strutter?

so that narrowed the missing ac list down, now if i can only find the time...
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Post by Moggy » Sun Mar 22, 2009 10:38 am

We can use anything that will fit the job with a squint. Any plane we can't get a half-decent lookalike for I'll replace with something we can.

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Post by FlyRight » Sat Apr 04, 2009 8:21 pm

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Post by Moggy » Sun Apr 05, 2009 1:05 am

Oh gosh that looks good!

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Post by FlyRight » Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:10 am

generic Spad XIII
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previous unfinished Spad VII camo was updated and will probably do a Turkish Fokker DVII real soon...

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Post by FlyRight » Sat Apr 11, 2009 5:21 am

generic camo
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