Bristol 170 Superfreighter

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 18 Aug 2009, 08:24

All the versions will be covered ..........eventually

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by John » 19 Aug 2009, 01:49

Still ictching to do some shots of these the minute it's out :welldone:

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 19 Aug 2009, 02:04

Hmmmm

The one above is only a conceptial mock up :worried:

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Tomliner » 21 Aug 2009, 10:06

This looks like a good Bristol
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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by DispatchDragon » 21 Aug 2009, 23:36

[quote]The one above is only a conceptial mock up [quote]

It is>???


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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Nigel H-J » 12 Sep 2009, 14:59

By kind permission from Garry, I have made a video of the Bristol Superfreighter. Peter Mcleland is very kindly hosting this video clip as it is not for public viewing in the sense of You Tube, the reason is quite simple, Garry is tied up with a lot of other work and the Superfreighter will only be released when it is ready.

Also like to apologise to Fraser, I forgot to put his surname in the credits!! :hide:

When viewing and because my soundcard is only a cheapy I would suggest that you take off the treble and put bass full on!!
Garry has also requested that I inform that the sounds are temporary for testing purposes and are by Henry Follas.

I have viewed the video on the link below and it plays well however should you have any problems watching it then click on the other link to download.
If you do download it Do Not Upload It Anywhere without Garrys' permission.

Just one more thing as I have said enough already, please excuse the shakes on the flying shots, the top hatch was removed on a 3rd Superfreighter and it was getting Bl**dy draughty and cold stood up to film the others!! :worried:

http://www.petermcleland.com/NigelH/Bri ... FS2004.wmv

http://www.petermcleland.com/NigelH/Bri ... FS2004.zip

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 12 Sep 2009, 15:06

Thank you Nigel :thumbsup:

I'd just like to add that there are a few things need resourcing and this will hopfully enthuse anyone who can help to shout.

Interior cockpit views for the 2D are required and they can come from a Freighter 31 of which there are a few existing in Canada, Australia and New Zealand :)

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Nigel H-J » 12 Sep 2009, 15:10

Thanks Garry, will be sending the link of this to New Zealand on Monday which gives good enough time for others here to view it first.

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by Garry Russell » 12 Sep 2009, 15:16

Thanks :)

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Re: Bristol 170 Superfreighter

Post by FlyTexas » 13 Sep 2009, 16:39

A great video! Thanks! :thumbsup:

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