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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby simbabeat » Fri Mar 26, 2010 12:42 am

xsaint, I applaud for trying to make to make the cockpit as realistic as possible compared to the real thing instead of sticking the almost generic being glass cockpit in there.
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby anewb » Fri Mar 26, 2010 2:44 am

Ah, I see where it was heading now :-)

Good job there xsaint, keep it up :-)

PS: Did you release the other plane you was working on yet? the trainer, yak something?
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby Lukosius » Fri Mar 26, 2010 11:23 am

I'm so glad someone has decided to do the IL-96. Well done xsaint!

It's a classic looking airline, and probably has never received the recognition it deserves.

I'll definitely be flying this once it's complete.

One thing, will you be basing the flight dynamics around the B777?
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby pjedvaj » Fri Mar 26, 2010 5:40 pm

Not one of 400-series but damn good 3 view of Il-96:
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby xsaint » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:31 am

anewb wrote:Ah, I see where it was heading now :-)

Good job there xsaint, keep it up :-)

PS: Did you release the other plane you was working on yet? the trainer, yak something?




I guess possibly i may release the YAK very soon.....agreed that i got carried away by the superjet and IL 96,,,,,,i will work again on the YAK....
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby xsaint » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:34 am

Lukosius wrote:I'm so glad someone has decided to do the IL-96. Well done xsaint!

It's a classic looking airline, and probably has never received the recognition it deserves.

I'll definitely be flying this once it's complete.

One thing, will you be basing the flight dynamics around the B777?



There are some similaries btwn 777 and IL-96 and there are many diff as well...eg..4 engines to 2....4 gear sets to 3....diff weight/fuel...etc....
In the end. i will expect IL-96 to have a character of its own....

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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby anewb » Sat Mar 27, 2010 12:08 pm

xsaint wrote:
anewb wrote:Ah, I see where it was heading now :-)

Good job there xsaint, keep it up :-)

PS: Did you release the other plane you was working on yet? the trainer, yak something?




I guess possibly i may release the YAK very soon.....agreed that i got carried away by the superjet and IL 96,,,,,,i will work again on the YAK....
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Hope, I didn't make you feel a tad pressured there :-)

But take your time :-)
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby xsaint » Sun Mar 28, 2010 4:00 pm

WIP

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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby VlaD` » Sun Mar 28, 2010 4:04 pm

Looks amazing!

Looking forward for making liverys for it


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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby xsaint » Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:11 am

For cockpit development, i am gonna stop it right here.....

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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby simbabeat » Mon Mar 29, 2010 12:29 pm

Pretty good, if you wanted to do one more thing you could add those little fans.

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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby Gijs » Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:23 pm

Looking good Xsaint! Let's hope it "feels" quite as good...
Btw, wouldn't this be a nice project for some newbie-developer to work on; improving tiny bits at a time? Before one starts creating its own aircraft from scratc, one should first try to improve other's...
simbabeat wrote:if you wanted to do one more thing you could add those little fans.

Would be cool to place a fan at your desktop and hook it up to the fan-property, so you can actually feel the breeze. This would also work with opencockpit aircraft, based on the (wind)speed :)
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby simbabeat » Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:58 pm

Haha that would be awesome!!!!!!
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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby xsaint » Mon Mar 29, 2010 11:18 pm

Gijs wrote:Looking good Xsaint! Let's hope it "feels" quite as good...
Btw, wouldn't this be a nice project for some newbie-developer to work on; improving tiny bits at a time? Before one starts creating its own aircraft from scratc, one should first try to improve other's...
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Would be cool to place a fan at your desktop and hook it up to the fan-property, so you can actually feel the breeze. This would also work with opencockpit aircraft, based on the (wind)speed :)



Thanks Gijs....

It is feeling too different and heavy right now.... Either it tries to lift its nose when running down at 80kts or if i manage to counter that with more ballast, it looses its climb rate.il's 4 engines total thrust seems way lower than total thrust of 777. It somehow survives because it tends to have better lift properties on the wings....

These are just initial problems....surely will be solved in next few days....


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Re: il-96-400 Under Development

Postby xsaint » Mon Mar 29, 2010 11:22 pm

simbabeat wrote:Pretty good, if you wanted to do one more thing you could add those little fans.

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Where u got this picx? Google images?
I did not get a such clear/detailed picture when i was searching few days back...could have been useful if i had got this picture few days back...

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