Simulated Creations

Welcome to Simulated Creations!

My repaints on this website depict modern restored aircraft, with a few exceptions. I often see wartime aircraft that I would like to see at a modern air show or museum. Some examples are photos of crashed aircraft, or war weary combatants. In the real world it takes millions of dollars to restore a warbird to flying status. On this website I restore these aircraft with hours of work and forego the expenditure of cash. Working within the modern realm of FSX, I post repaints for modern warbirds. If you prefer repaints of wartime aircraft that are worn and weathered, my repaints might not be your cup of tea. My repaints focus on the modern world and bringing old aircraft and history back to life.

 

Last update: 12/16/15

FLIGHT SIMULATOR REPAINTS

News and Announcements

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12/16/15: NEW!  I have just uploaded a pack of 4 repaints: VF-17 #8, vmf-312 #578, VMF-422 #8, and Royal Navy JT-410.

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12/16/15: I have updated my white cockpit textures for the Aircraft Factory Corsair. They are brighter and I changed the lighting switch plates to brushed aluminum so that they stick out better.

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10/23/15:  A repaint for the original Marine's Dream F4U-1 Corsair VMF-222 #576 is ready for downloading. The original Corsair was crashed on Bougainville in 1943. Now you can fly her again!

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09/18/15: Two more repaints released for the C-model Corsair! The Cavanaugh Collection VMF-112 #19, and the Navy's VF-85 #53 F4U-1C are both ready for download.

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08/10/15: Two more Corsair repaints released. My ABG-2 "Project JOE" racer and Royal Navy KE-340 are ready for download.

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08/07/15:  Three new textures for the "Aircraft Factory F4U-1 Corsair" have been released! Skins for Royal Navy KE-431, VMF-214 "Lucybelle", and Reno Racer "Blackjack!" are uploaded and ready to fly.

REPAINTING TUTORIAL

News and Announcements

04/23/15: NEW!  A repainting page is already under construction. My general idea is to create a work-in-progress layout and add lessons to it on the fly. That way I can get something posted sooner and tackle issues that I see in blogs and such. As lessons are added I will announce them here so people can tell what's new and what's been around that they may have seen before.

So much has been covered in other tutorials that I'm not going to try and cover all bases, but rather, I will do some special exercises in my own way, in areas that are often over-looked. I will focus mostly on recreating photo-realistic results in doing your repaints by comparing photos of real aircraft, and how to recreate that look in the work you do.

 


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