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MSFS MV-22B Osprey Release 3.0

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Really looks fantastic Maryadi. Can't wait. Still flying your model in FSX while waiting for this one to come out.
Can I ask, what program do you use for the modeling? I'm considering trying to model one for Digital Combat Simulator (DCS). Do you use 3DS Max?
 
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Kalong, ever since I happened upon your YouTube video, showing your work done this far on the Osprey for MSFS, I was very, VERY much looking forward to it's release! I have flown your FSX and P3D version for years. It is so much fun! No matter how long it takes, it will be worth the wait!! Thank you. Pete
 
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Really looks fantastic Maryadi. Can't wait. Still flying your model in FSX while waiting for this one to come out.
Can I ask, what program do you use for the modeling? I'm considering trying to model one for Digital Combat Simulator (DCS). Do you use 3DS Max?
Thanks for your appreciation. I use 3Dsmax.
add note: I not willing to give permission my model use in DCS at the moment. trust me my model still bad, I shame about it.

Kalong, ever since I happened upon your YouTube video, showing your work done this far on the Osprey for MSFS, I was very, VERY much looking forward to it's release! I have flown your FSX and P3D version for years. It is so much fun! No matter how long it takes, it will be worth the wait!! Thank you. Pete
Thank you. it always have a progress.
some time ago I did record my flight with Osprey. 30 minutes long flight and youtube reject my uploaded video, cause it have requirement this and that. I have no time to editing video and youtube. next time will make a short 10-15 minutes flight, when Osprey ready.
 
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I agree, having messed around with VTOL on the F35 using a combination of a rotated engine and a gauge controlling said engine, it sure is jerky. (Better than what FlightSimSquadron has done, with all respects)
Given time, with a wasm gauge it might be possible, but it will still be clunky.
New method available.
 
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at this point drawing glass cockpit is finished. there still tons of pages to be drawn, I just skipped, not going to go on heavy simulator at the moment.

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at this point drawing glass cockpit is finished. there still tons of pages to be drawn, I just skipped, not going to go on heavy simulator at the moment.

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This looks amazing Maryadi! Cant even tell you how much im anticipating flying the Osprey again in MSFS. Its been too long sense ive flown it and i get so excited everytime i see you post something new because I know its slowly getting closer to release! :D
 
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