MQ-4C Drone

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MQ-4C Drone

Post by Sophie Marketa » 15 Dec 2018, 04:50

The MQ-4c drone under development by Kevin Reed and myself. Just in the first few days of production. The model is based on the original RQ model by Kevin Reed and being transformed. The model is being made for native FSX and P3D only.
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Post by btaylo24 » 15 Dec 2018, 09:32

Nice. Looking forward to seeing this.
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Post by Sophie Marketa » 04 Jan 2019, 03:55

The AI MQ-4c Drone so far...
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Post by btaylo24 » 05 Jan 2019, 01:17

Looking good.....
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Post by Joseph29 » 05 Jan 2019, 01:27

Looks good!

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Post by gsnde » 05 Jan 2019, 08:05

Very cool, Sophie!
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Post by swp53 » 05 Jan 2019, 08:57

Looks very nice, just a shame you are not following John Young's example and making the model across FS9, FSX, P3dv4. Although I have both FS9 and FSX on separate PC's I keep FSX for UK only scenery and AI and for the rest of the world I use FS9.
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Re: MQ-4C Drone

Post by Sophie Marketa » 06 Jan 2019, 12:20

swp53 wrote:
05 Jan 2019, 08:57
Looks very nice, just a shame you are not following John Young's example and making the model across FS9, FSX, P3dv4. Although I have both FS9 and FSX on separate PC's I keep FSX for UK only scenery and AI and for the rest of the world I use FS9.
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Hi Steve,

John Young sure is a real gig to follow but unfortunately I don't have the spare time let alone the inclination to try and follow in his foot steps. Besides, I don't have FS9 installed on my games PC, so that means all of my past FS9 AI and scenery models are no longer being used by myself and so I see no reason to take a backward step and make models for that simulator that so many people have now moved away from. FS2004 has been around since July, 2003 and FSX since October, 2006, so its probably about time every developer moved on to the latest simulators if they want to stay relevant in the flight sim world. Just my thoughts... happy 2019

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Re: MQ-4C Drone

Post by swp53 » 06 Jan 2019, 15:33

Hi Sophie,
Thank you for the reply and I fully understand your reasoning.
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