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#4522956 - 05/29/20 05:37 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots ***** [Re: VonS]  
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Originally Posted by VonS
@JB and Hellshade, also try an inverted dive with engine idle, if possible, since the top wing is sturdier. I do this sometimes in FE2 but have yet to try it out in a Nieup. in WOFF.

Von S smile2



I always idle the engine whenever I dive and often try and go down on a bit of a sideways angle if possible, but haven't tried inverted yet. Might give that a go....or might just let them get away. Flying for hours on my Nieuport pilot so trying not to be over eager for the kill. Only 1 EIII to his name so far,


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#4523431 - 06/01/20 07:54 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Hellshade]  
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These are some Jasta 20 skins I have been working on with Shredward. Based on the close study of photographs of the DIII and DV Albatri of this Staffel, he is convinced and convinced me that they should be rendered in the same light blue used on the undersurfaces of the Albatros DIII. These will be offered in the next MOD, which will be some time after the next WOFF updates as I believe there will be some aircraft assignment changes. After this blue period, the Staffel goes brown. Shredward thought I should put out a few screenshots to show off he results of our collaboration.
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#4523433 - 06/01/20 08:00 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: jerbear]  
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HHere is one other Jasta 20 skins I just finished: This is Otto Shulz Pfalz, based on a Dan-San Abbott profile Shredward shared with me. [Linked Image]



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#4523452 - 06/01/20 11:18 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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Jerbear... Looks good. And I like the idea of the blue on blue. That is highly possible as many of the schemes they painted on planes in the field did not use special colors. Many Jastas used whatever was available from the basic kit colors in the shed. Meaning... They used light green, light blue, mauve and brown. Mixed it bast possible and painted it.

Obviously this was not the case we with more elite units like Jasta 10, 11 etc.

At any rate .. I'd like to help you with this unit and many others in the future using my skins. The base skin you're using is looks old and not one from my updated collection. The rudder and the wood details really don't show well in this set.

Email me and we'll work on this one together. I can work-up a clean base skin to make for this Jasta...and you can add the personal markings.

I'd really like to see the quality be there for your work on this planes and not use my older skins to base them on.

PM and I'll give you my email addy.

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#4524046 - 06/06/20 02:29 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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It is with deepest regret that I must inform you that Flight Lieutenant Scott Spaulding' aircraft was damaged during combat action with an enemy Aviatik CI. Despite heroic efforts to bring his craft down safely, he was unable to avoid a tree line that killed him instantly upon impact. He had 51 full flight hours in and 8 confirmed kills. He died doing his duty for King and Country and will be sorely missed. RIP Scott Spaulding.

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#4524275 - 06/07/20 07:15 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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Flying above the sea is simply stunning. Makes you wish for sea patrols!

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#4524276 - 06/07/20 07:16 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Hellshade]  
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Originally Posted by Hellshade
It is with deepest regret that I must inform you that Flight Lieutenant Scott Spaulding' aircraft was damaged during combat action with an enemy Aviatik CI. Despite heroic efforts to bring his craft down safely, he was unable to avoid a tree line that killed him instantly upon impact. He had 51 full flight hours in and 8 confirmed kills. He died doing his duty for King and Country and will be sorely missed. RIP Scott Spaulding.


Such a shame, I loved your story about honour in WOFF! R.I.P.

#4524592 - 06/09/20 08:31 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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Some brilliant pictures on show, showing the sim off in all it's glory.

Amazingly I'm still flying my French escapade and I'm now well into 1916. I swung a transfer to Esc 65 (as much for the trips to Paris with Nungesser as the flying cheers )

Just the one picture to share but it's a good one......I think this Eindecker might need a refit winkngrin

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"A great deal of an aeroplane could be holed without affecting its ability to fly. Wings and fuselage could be—and often were—pierced in 50 places, missing the occupants by inches (blissfully unaware of how close it had come until they returned to base). Then the sailmaker would carefully cover each hole with a square inch of Irish linen frayed at the edges and with a brushful of dope make our aircraft 'serviceable' again within an hour."
#4524664 - 06/09/20 04:27 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Albert Tross]  
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Originally Posted by Albert Tross
Some brilliant pictures on show, showing the sim off in all it's glory.

Amazingly I'm still flying my French escapade and I'm now well into 1916. I swung a transfer to Esc 65 (as much for the trips to Paris with Nungesser as the flying cheers )

Just the one picture to share but it's a good one......I think this Eindecker might need a refit winkngrin





Reminded me of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqV3BYcplFM

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#4524705 - 06/09/20 07:21 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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You've got to love the Simpsons.


"A great deal of an aeroplane could be holed without affecting its ability to fly. Wings and fuselage could be—and often were—pierced in 50 places, missing the occupants by inches (blissfully unaware of how close it had come until they returned to base). Then the sailmaker would carefully cover each hole with a square inch of Irish linen frayed at the edges and with a brushful of dope make our aircraft 'serviceable' again within an hour."
#4524957 - 06/11/20 12:00 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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Said in my finest impersonation of George Peppard...........'CONFIRMED!'

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"A great deal of an aeroplane could be holed without affecting its ability to fly. Wings and fuselage could be—and often were—pierced in 50 places, missing the occupants by inches (blissfully unaware of how close it had come until they returned to base). Then the sailmaker would carefully cover each hole with a square inch of Irish linen frayed at the edges and with a brushful of dope make our aircraft 'serviceable' again within an hour."
#4525072 - 06/11/20 09:23 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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Phew! 39 missions and 52 hours into a 3 Squadron campaign flying Moranes, and I think I have seen an enemy aeroplane only once, which was not even engaged. Thinking about asking for a transfer! On the plus side I have survived without injury.

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#4525080 - 06/11/20 11:53 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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Congratulations, Bremont! Nice pic! Very moody.

#4525087 - 06/12/20 01:22 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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The plus side is always good, nice pic!

#4525089 - 06/12/20 01:29 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Albert Tross]  
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Originally Posted by Albert Tross
Said in my finest impersonation of George Peppard...........'CONFIRMED!'


HAHAHAHAHA!!!! That's classic!!! CONFIRMED!!

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#4525129 - 06/12/20 09:42 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: OvStachel]  
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Originally Posted by OvStachel


HAHAHAHAHA!!!! That's classic!!! CONFIRMED!!


Still a great film, even if the actors are miles too old for the parts they're playing.

Great book too.

Thankfully my claim WAS confirmed. I'd have thrown the adjutant into the bloody crater in the middle of the airfield if he'd rejected it.


"A great deal of an aeroplane could be holed without affecting its ability to fly. Wings and fuselage could be—and often were—pierced in 50 places, missing the occupants by inches (blissfully unaware of how close it had come until they returned to base). Then the sailmaker would carefully cover each hole with a square inch of Irish linen frayed at the edges and with a brushful of dope make our aircraft 'serviceable' again within an hour."
#4525283 - 06/13/20 01:35 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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I prefer Aces High

#4525509 - 06/14/20 09:41 PM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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October 1918 near Douai Ernst Becker in his Pfalz EIII escorting an Aviatik.
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Victories,
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Kinda liking the Pfalz EIII over the Fokker EI
Pfalz seems more stable than I remember the Eindecker.
Of course visibility up in the Pfalz is terrible.
And neither can hold up against a N10C1.
Only reason I got that first one is the guy kept trying to run home.
Will see what happens with WOFF 2020.
That Be2c shot me up, then on the way home a N10C1 shot me up and I forced landed in the german lines.
Managed to put it down, deadstick, without hitting any ground obstacles.
11 days in the hospital.

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#4525557 - 06/15/20 07:16 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Wodin]  
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Originally Posted by Wodin
I prefer Aces High


Yes I agree, Aces High is a great film. As much for the atmosphere on the ground and specifically the mess, than the actual air fighting.

Nice shots Stache and good story to go with it. The Pfalz EIII is a strange bird but I definitely prefer it to the Fokker Eindecker. I mentioned it in earlier posts but it holds it's height better in a turn than the Fokker, which is a godsend when flying around the mountains and valleys of Alsace as I do.


"A great deal of an aeroplane could be holed without affecting its ability to fly. Wings and fuselage could be—and often were—pierced in 50 places, missing the occupants by inches (blissfully unaware of how close it had come until they returned to base). Then the sailmaker would carefully cover each hole with a square inch of Irish linen frayed at the edges and with a brushful of dope make our aircraft 'serviceable' again within an hour."
#4528491 - 07/03/20 05:40 AM Re: WOFF UE Screenshots [Re: Polovski]  
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always a pleasure to see such lovely detail as this torn tail fabric ...!

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