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Discussion in 'Air' started by PrimeTheBomber, Sep 20, 2015.
We're getting a PBY? I don't remember seeing anything about that
I just realized that Stoat photos had a PBY , dude its an amazing plane and it will be the oldest aircraft on beamng (introduced in 1936), (back to topic)
I love float planes but I kinda suck with remembering facts about them (names , history ...etc) But with these 2 planes I will improve my searches on float planes, thanks for the amazing work you both
That's awesome, don't know how I missed that
I did nothing all day other than working on the turrets. Thought process was "Fuck it, if I'm building a Mariner, I'll at least make my favorite version!"
Still have to make the nose turret & add the waist guns.
how much % would you say this is compleated?
Hard to tell, we are reworking some jbeam and need to adjust the aero.
Indeed, Joel's right. On the mesh side, exterior's wrapped up for the combat version:
He is just beautiful! I can't wait to fly with this thing c(;
You are working with him , that's great !
Dude, it's only been 2 weeks, Joel's been busy working on fixing up the Mitchell during that time, and that results of that will be implemented in the Mariner. Occam's Razer and I have been working on cleaning up the 3d model in the meantime, and after all that's finished, we gotta get it UV unwrapped and start work on textures and programming the cockpit gauges
Woah, I didn't know that. Sorry If I annoyed you and Joel but thanks for the facts
Not now, the plane is in wip.
How's the progress going?.
Occam's Razer's just about done making the 3d model a bit more plasent to look at, only missing a few elements. After that, we can work on the UV, I can make some textures, we get the jbeam working again, and then we program all the gauges and get the sound working
Aw man am glad that this beast is still on the road glad to see this thing is going!
were these used at all after the war, like in the coast guard, or for cargo use?
WW2 / Early Cold War.
The PBM-5 was used extensively during the Korean War, the field modification being dubbed the PBM-5S-2. The 5a came too late to join in, and was mostly used for training, with some being bought and used by the dutch navy. The US Coast Guard also kept using it, and an airliner version was used by Portugal and a few other countries.
Looks awesome! And you are an extremly good modeler I must add!