[WWI] virtual Fokker DVII
mark_.m at sbcglobal.net
Thu Aug 12 16:28:56 EDT 2004
thanks - i have seen some photos of museum DVIIs which are
But, reflectivity levels can be tricky.
i generaly have all my reflectivity set too high.
but, it seems to work out ok - depending on the angle.
hmmm... write up on digital modeling in WW1 aero.
Not sure, but I think i wrote it :-D
well, Leo re-worded it some, thank goodness
--- Mike Fletcher <nieuport at rogers.com> wrote:
> The weathering looks good but it could be glossier - the
> lozenge fabric
> was given a glossy coat of clear dope to seal it and to reduce
> I don't think the Fokkers were as glossy as the Sopwiths but a
> glace through my Fokker directory reveils some - at least to
> satin/semi-gloss level. Admittedly on an aircraft that has
> been in use
> for a few months it would have dulled further but there should
> be some
> reflectivity, especially in the darker areas, imho. (The
> matt-ness makes
> it look more weathered than it otherwise would I think).
> Have you seen the write-up on digital modelling in WW1 Aero? I
> only had
> time to scan through it quickly but it looked interesting.
> Very cool. :)
> MARK MILLER wrote:
> > Hi
> > I've been working on this pretty heavy recently
> > Due date for final art is sept 1 - so I'll have to move
> > Posted some updates here:
> > http://mwmiller.net/Fokker_DVII/DVII.html
> > most recent image
> > http://mwmiller.net/Fokker_DVII/d7fin4.jpg
> > also have a WIP thread going on the aerodrome
> > http://www.theaerodrome.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=16428
> > and yeah - my "weathering" is unrealisticly heavy
> > still trying to figure out whether or not I like it that
> > I think I'll just leave it alone for a couple of days and
> see if
> > it grows on me.
> > also still debating the correct colors for the loz scheme
> > http://www.theaerodrome.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=16203
> > critique is always welcome
> > mark
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