Saturday, July 27, 2013

Tomahawk cockpit shots! Yeah!

FSX/P3D. With each and every product they announce, my admiration for Alabeo grows more and more. The quality and realism in Alabeo's VFR aircraft are second to none. I hope this company will never allow themselves to become defined by a certain type of product. But rather from a wide variety of products from the crop dusters to helicopters to business jets and beyond. I really believe Alabeo is the next big thing in FS. Here is the latest of the trauma bird and the panel shots look great!





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12 comments:

Karl Vegén said...

the cockpit shading/main panel looks kinda abacus-esque :(

darryl sheppard said...

Am i the only one who things this inside looks more like a piper warrior? I have flown Tomahawks out of EGNR/ in the UK and the tomahawk there looks nothing like this lol

DAndre Newman said...

That's a trolling comment and you know it.

DannyH73 said...

I think they've done a great job. Those interior shots are lovely, and it looks pretty good for a rendition of a Tomahawk in my books: http://www.airliners.net/photo/0634871/

adi518 said...

looks amazing.. I think they're no.1 in the fsx comm, when it comes to 3d modelling and texturing.

cfit said...

Ya lots of cockpit photos of Tomashocks with many variations of layouts on the web. The Alabeo version looks spot on to several I've seen. This will be an instant buy for me.

Amonymous said...

Why are my comments not being posted??

DAndre Newman said...

Because we do not allow anonymous comments.

DAndre Newman said...

Read below the comment box see the rules down there?

How many times did you miss that??

Please pay attention.

Amonymous said...

Umm, I'm pretty sure my name is aMonymous, not Anonymous.

DAndre Newman said...

Dude, pick a different name. I have to moderate comments from my iPhone most of the day and letters are small. If it looks like anonymous at first glance, it ain't gettin through.

Just FYI.

INFORMER said...

A small heads up there is posted some new pictures 1 hour ago of this plane at facebook

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