Jetranger wrote:I been foolin' around with sum of my Heli's in FSX again, after years of not flyin' them.
I just go thru fiddling with 9 of my Bell 206 Long Rangers, tweaking them and changing & adding textures and changing the Glass Textures & re-painting Glass Textures so they'll have a brownish tint sum have a bluish/ green tint.
Repainting sum interiors and touching up sum exteriors as well.
Finished up doing sum repainting on the ENSTROM Heli' a few days ago, heres a Video of one if them I made ,,,,,
christopherbritton wrote:As a scenery developer, this project is a major change (and learning experience) from what I'm use to. In late 2014, my dad came into possession of a Bell 47-d1, (like the M*A*S*H helicopter) which we use to run tours out of our watersports business in Navarre, FL. Last year, it had occurred to me that anyone had yet to make an authentic soundset for Flysimware's Bell 47 helicopter. Having access to the aircraft on almost a daily basis, I decided to take this dilemma into my own hands and learn the basics of soundpack creation. Over a year, I toyed around with different sound packs, dissected them, read documents, and learned what made everything click. Earlier this week, I finally felt confident enough to rework the sound.cfg I had already started for this project. I have ran into many bumps, sure, but so far I am quite pleased with what I have created. (Even though it still has a ways to go before release) I will be going out to record some more external sounds next weekend, but for now, here is a wip video of the soundpack accompanied by some footage of N3575:
Notice: This is a WIP, and by no means the finished product.
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