DCS Screenshots


#1003

Thanks for the info, @near_blind and @SkateZilla


#1004

Su-30 Project will have multiple variants.


#1005

With the arrival of the su-33 to 2.1 it needs a picture :smiley:


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#1008

Something looks amiss

So I went to have a look


#1009

Was that bit too fast for the corner … :slightly_smiling_face:


#1010

Aaah I see what you did wrong, happens all the time in real life too, you’ve got to keep the uppy-blue-y bit on the whereswhatsphere towards the real blue-y thing you see out the window. The browny bit is supposed to be towards dirt, water, grass and other such solid objects, in general. As you can see in the picture, you have reversed those two!

Really, we see it all time, happens like, twice a week at least!


#1011

The uppy blue bitsphere should still be pointed toward outty uppy blue bit, so this is obviously a grade A landing.


#1012

But not in reference to the looky outy bit!


#1013

Was thinking about that… in my office there’s a whatwheressphere but is all black with a white stripe in the middle…
Lemme tell you, THAT’S confusing, upon landing.
I have to constantly check outside. Totally not useful.


#1014

You should paint it blueybrown!


#1015

IK Rite? Just… I can’t know where to begin!
I flew so much… I don’t know anymore which is supposed to be which!? D:


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#1017

Bit chuffed about myself, only lost a tiny bit of the wing after my first landing! This followed a first start and first taxi without blowing up anything! Frankly, I must be the best spitfire pilot of all time!

Heck, I’m even still on the runway.


#1018

Are you sure it isn’t supposed to be like that?
Some Spits had a clipped wing config, ya know… :innocent:


#1019

It’s a new dynamic geometrical adjustment system I’m developing, you’ve caught me there!


#1020

Screens from a mission I’ve been working on. Marine gunships searching for prey.


#1021

Slowly getting better at landing, still a bit wobbly though. I’ve kinda fallen in love with this aircraft and the wonderful torque you feel when opening the throttle.


#1022

Good to see you flying Mirage, Chris!