Friday, April 19, 2013

MilViz King Air + Stuka!

FSX. Military Visualizations has released a couple impressive preview shots today! First, a full virtual cockpit view from the upcoming King Air 350i. Next, an artistic exterior capture from of the Stuka. Both projects are looking great! See the shots inside.

Stuka:


King Air 350i:

 
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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sigh. They should focus on one darn and get it down PROPERLY !!

Anonymous said...

I have to admit that I agree. Or at the most two... this working on 5 or so simultaneously is somehing else...

A

Aaron Graham said...

All Milviz products I have purchased are excellent and they have a large development team so while someone is coding this aircraft the modeler can be modeling something else. It really is a very efficient way of working as it keeps developers utilized.

DAndre Newman said...

I believe they have different teams working on the various projects.

Anonymous said...

Getting 9 woman pregnant aint gonna get you a baby in one month. It can get you 9 in 9 months though...We have found that too many cooks tends to spoil the broth (usually cuz the heat gets turned down one way or another). We have a big enough team so we allocate resources as necessary to ensure no one is sitting idle.

Anonymous said...

Also the the 350 pit shot is not the 350i. It is just the 350. No PL-21. Was actually shown a while back and is now in coding. The FB manager guy just decided to update the cover pic with it. 360 deg view here:

http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/20842697/KA350_interior_v2.html

Anonymous said...

You sound like one of the developer team?

A

Anonymous said...

I love WWII-era birds, that Stuka's got me excited!

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Do you know when MilViz will start to work on the 717 ?

//Ivan

Anonymous said...

Yep. Better known as JonathanBleeker/Naruto-kun on various forums....Im not involved much on either of these 2 birds though.

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