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New external mesh for the C model, thanks to DGambo.

 

Screens of aircraft are all work-in-progress and do not represent the final aircraft or content.

 

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More testing of the new external model. Pilot is currently a place-holder, and even more detail is being added to the airframe almost every day. Bare-metal textures for testing purposes only. ;)

 

Screens of aircraft are all work-in-progress and do not represent the final aircraft or content.

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While the L-39ZA is the primary focus of our module, we are also working on a C variant that will focus more on the initial training of aircraft systems (and maybe someday dual-seat training). We are also considering including civilian aerobatic and racing versions as extras. Here's a popular L-39 that visits my hometown airshow every year, N139PJ "Angel 7". Also, a WIP of a start to increasing engine exhaust detail.

 

Screens of aircraft are all work-in-progress and do not represent the final aircraft or content.

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Click for full-res.

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why don't you have your own third-party sub-forum

 

Amazing pictures. :thumbup: Quick question: why don't you have your own third-party sub-forum? Would make it easier to follow your progress...

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Amazing pictures. :thumbup: Quick question: why don't you have your own third-party sub-forum? Would make it easier to follow your progress...

 

We will in time. Just need to further development on the cockpit first, then we will have our own section.

 

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While the L-39ZA is the primary focus of our module, we are also working on a C variant that will focus more on the initial training of aircraft systems (and maybe someday dual-seat training). We are also considering including civilian aerobatic and racing versions as extras. Here's a popular L-39 that visits my hometown airshow every year, N139PJ "Angel 7". Also, a WIP of a start to increasing engine exhaust detail.

 

Screens of aircraft are all work-in-progress and do not represent the final aircraft or content.

 

Was that the L-39 that caused the licensing issues with the Navy? Cool paint scheme but the story behind that is interesting too.

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That image show more armament with ED put on the L-39, can explain them?

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Hi guys, I don't want to critisize your work, but unfortunately I have to. This is how it turns out when a man does a thing he saw just on a photo and has no understanding of how it really works. Blaze, you have once written about UB-32 loaded on L-39: "Normally yes but they can also carry UB-32s in special cases." :doh:

 

UB-32 CAN'T be loaded on the L-39ZA in no way! These words come from a real L-39ZA pilot, who flies the jet in our Air Force (commanding officer of a squadron to be precise). The pylon doesn't have the ability to attach a UB-32 bomb. Pylon are compatible with UB-16 only!:):)

 

And if we were talking about planes in USA: there are not many planes of the type and if there are, they are demilitiarized to be allowed to fly in civil aviation.

 

Here is my question: how do you want to work on the ZA version? We are really looking forward to your module of L-39, and we will buy it, but you can expect a tough review of it. But so far it seems to me that it will be rather disappointing for the fans of this plane.

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Question: what are those four different bombs in the 2nd picture up there? All just explosive ones? What are their differences? :)

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Hi guys, I don't want to critisize your work, but unfortunately I have to. This is how it turns out when a man does a thing he saw just on a photo and has no understanding of how it really works. Blaze, you have once written about UB-32 loaded on L-39: "Normally yes but they can also carry UB-32s in special cases." :doh:

 

UB-32 CAN'T be loaded on the L-39ZA in no way! These words come from a real L-39ZA pilot, who flies the jet in our Air Force (commanding officer of a squadron to be precise). The pylon doesn't have the ability to attach a UB-32 bomb. Pylon are compatible with UB-16 only!:):)

 

And if we were talking about planes in USA: there are not many planes of the type and if there are, they are demilitiarized to be allowed to fly in civil aviation.

 

Here is my question: how do you want to work on the ZA version? We are really looking forward to your module of L-39, and we will buy it, but you can expect a tough review of it. But so far it seems to me that it will be rather disappointing for the fans of this plane.

 

 

Man, don't be so harsh on guys who are our only hope to get L-39 into DCS. They will get their job well done!


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