Nat Crea - B737NG - Update Pics

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Nat Crea - B737NG - Update Pics

Post by pcos »

Nat sent over some updated pics of his setup. Easy to see why we use his pictures to showcase our products as he is a great photographer as well as builder.
Two shots here with more to come I am sure.
Thanks Nat!
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Some more as promised....


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Post by MarkusPilot »

I see Nat, you've got the wing / eng anti-ice on.

Typical miserable wet & cold day in YMML eh ?
Come up to YSSY in the barmy north and you'll never use those things.

M

PS I cant bring myself to say how good your sim looks :cry: :cry:
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Post by melnato »

Trust me Mark, its like tropical Queensland when 7 PC's and projectors running :D
PS I cant bring myself to say how good your sim looks
Its OK mate...I know :wink:
Wasn't I supposed to be jealous or something???????

More on the way 8)

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Post by NicD »

Looking great there Nat
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Post by alaxus »

Nice, looking good there Nat, wish I had your wallet :D

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Post by BRENTO33 »

Wow :shock:

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Post by melnato »

wish I had your wallet
Jeff...You can pay my VISA off too if you want 8)

Nat

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Post by Paul M »

Hey Nat
That is a beautiful piece of work. Here is hoping you have many hours of pure enjoyment.

Can you shed some light on your external visuals?
Great job
Paul M

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Post by PascalHaldenstein »

Truly one of the nicest 737 'pits I've seen around here.
:shock:
Congrats to your beautiful work.
And the FDS shell looks great :wink:
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Post by ran56 »

:shock:

short out of words ... looks amazing
well done mate :)
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Post by Ivar Hestnes »

Very good looking setup you have there Nat. Thanks for sharing the pictures :)

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Post by melnato »

Can you shed some light on your external visuals?

Hi Paul,

At the moment i have just one forward projector on a piece of MDF.
That third pic is cropped to show the very limits of the forward view.
You can see the screen in the last pic.

I have TH2Go on order and will get two more projectors to make a curved view of around 150 degrees...i hope.

Nat

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Post by brissydave »

cant wait till you setup the curved visuals nat.....gunna be unreal!

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Post by Paul M »

Hi Nat,

Thanks for the insight on your visuals, that will give the impression of motion to be sure. I have been trying to wrap my head around NicD’s visuals set up he has posted on his web site, it is something I would like to try. I am just trying to determine if I have the room to do it or some how make it work with the room I have.

I was also taking note of the overhead. Electrical panel’s LCD display, that is an awesome bit of detail. Are those functional voltage and amperage displays? I also appreciate your seating as well, paying attention to the track system. Did you build these seats or purchased? They look great!!! I fabricated my own which is an adaptation of seat plans I found on the internet.

My MIP & overhead were shipped last Friday, I think, and since it is only about 300 miles from Albany, NY to Newmarket, Ontario, it goes without saying that looking at your pictures really is getting me excited, anticipating their arrival.

Thanks for sharing your project with us. It really sets the bar for others (myself) to shoot for, I believe they call it inspirational. You do have an eye for detail, again your project looks great, GOOD JOB!!!

ENJOY
Paul M

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Post by mauriceb »

Nat,

Didn't anybody tell you that stealing photos from Airliners.net and trying to pass them as yours is highly illegal & unethical? :shock:. And you could also get Peter in trouble since he could be charged for accessory to a crime and for misleading advertising.

And let's not even talk about the damage you are inflicting to the rest of us; it's hard enough to compete with other talented builders but how can we ever hope to compete with a real flight deck? Don't you have a heart? :roll: :wink:

Maurice

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