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Aero Ae-145 2016-07-02

Aero Ae-145

The Aero is a model that I put on the shelf in preference of my WWII military aircraft modeling. I will not have the time to complete it so I am making the mesh, reference material and the FSX package available for anyone interested in continuing the work. I wont get into any history of the aircraft here but you can find all that information in the reference material included.

The Max file is for 3ds Max 2015 and an FBX file is included. There is a 3ds Max 9 file which may or may not have as much work in it but I included it anyways.

The aircraft is in an advanced stage of development with quite a bit of the VC and 3d gauges coded. Texture mapping and initial texture work has been done for the exterior and the instrument panel.

If it were not for Mr. Jozef Košik in the Slovak Republic who has done all the legwork in finding resource information and photographs the model would not be in its current stage. I am very grateful for all his work. He will be available to assist on any further investigation on the aircraft. He can be contacted via email. jkosik@marticonet.sk
Terms of Acceptance.
By accepting this mesh and all additional files included you agree that;
1. Release of the model in any shape or form including additional work you may do to it will remain entirely freeware.
2. Full credit for my work and Jozef Košik's assistance shall be included in any subsequent release of the model.
Feel free to contact me via my email below or send me a PM at FSDeveloper should you have any questions or need assistance.

Paul Domingue
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Mr. Domingue; thank you. This is another oportunity to learn more about modeling by inspecting your meshes. Greetings.