Okay… More a test than anything else, but let’s look at some news while we figure this out! First up, John – from UrbanMAXX has been busy, and this time his head is really up in the clouds…
Kind of painterly, I think, with a fair amount of drama evident in this cloudscape. This is an early WIP image from John’s latest clouds project, and I think it holds promise. Very moody look in that cool blue light, too. Kind of like Michelangelo with a little REX thrown in for good measure!
Nic Mauer has been busy once again, working on some new paints for the MD 902 Explorer. First up, a Swiss effort for HB-ZCW:
Next up, a fresh livery for Japan-based AeroAsahi:
And a new paint for the Q400, this for AirFrance affiliate Airlinair:
I finally got the Q’s v2.1 update up and running today and sheesh, it’s been a while since I’ve been out driving in this bird and man-o-man have I missed it! What a sweet flying ACF this is now, too; with the SASL plug-in enhancements it’s like a whole new lease on life for this ACF. OPS were very smooth, and this is still one of the sweetest looking tubeliners we’ve got. Patchett has become a kind of one man show on Q liveries too, and has turned out some excellent paint for this bird, and this latest is no exception. If you got the Q, you’ll want this file for OPS all over central Europe. If you don’t have the Q, note that it’s now available at the AeroSOFT e-store for 32 buckaroos.
So, herewith and forthwith this here test is all over and done with. Hopefully it’ll show up, too!
Anyway…hasta later! – Chip