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Old 02-15-2006, 01:25 PM
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here are some of the planes in the works that i am doing at the moment. ryan
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Old 02-15-2006, 01:27 PM
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Post some pictures of the SE5!!!
Old 02-15-2006, 01:29 PM
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Looks good bro, just make sure they dont resemble anything that might be in afpd or you will have STL down your throat for the rest of your life...

You have anyone with max to handle the import (assuming your doing these for g3)? I have it and would help out in that aspect if you need it, though im sure rick is there for you as well.

Keep it up man...not only nice looking models, clean meshes too...
Old 02-15-2006, 01:34 PM
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Hey Ryan, how about an OMP edge!!!!

Where's the pics of the d-tv?

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Old 02-15-2006, 01:55 PM
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still working on the dtv 50. the se5 is not fa enough to even know what it is. i think rick stopped making models and that because he doesn't want to get in trouble. thankyou for the offer, i just might have to take you up on that. right now i'm working on the dtv 50. it might be finished by the end of today. ryan
i am taking requests for models if you want to request some. the only thing that is the same is the edge 540 shocky, and the yak 54 shocky. i think we are gonna do a diff scheme on them. just to tell stl, that i did the work. not him. i think i'm gonna go with a chip hyde like scheme for the yak and edge. ryan
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Dont forget to ask Chip Hyde.[&:]
Old 02-15-2006, 02:23 PM
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Ryan,

That does look nice. What program are you using for that?

just make sure they dont resemble anything that might be in afpd or you will have STL down your throat for the rest of your life...
Now it sounds like WE are trying to start something. And I'm not trying to side with anyone, but the truth is, you could probably use any of their planes, they just want you to get permission for the models THEY created. In fact, there are several OMP planes that would be fun to have. Lets not throw away the opportunity because of an earlier dispute... please.
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here is the x racer
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Old 02-15-2006, 02:27 PM
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i am using rhino 3d. ryan
Old 02-15-2006, 03:53 PM
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i am not going to be putting any of these modelsout yet bcause i have to assure that it's ok with aerofly and reflex. and mayeb cleariew. i don't want to get into any trouble so i don't want to take any chances. as soon as i get permision i will release them. ryan
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You dont need their permission. STL seems to think you do, but those are all your original works, release as you see fit.
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If you made these images without first copying them from AFPD, Reflex or clearview, then you can use them.

Hey Ryan, you have inspired me to learn how to use Rhino.....lol. Pretty cool program.
Old 02-15-2006, 04:13 PM
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you knwo wat prop nut, i did that with all the basics i learned a few years agi when i was 8 i got rhino and now i''m 11 and see how far i've come in 3 years? if i can do it, you can. what version of rhino do you have? i might have to take you up on that deal for importing the planes. ryan i'll pm you.
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here are the components that i will be using in the dalton aviation extra 260 42%. ryan
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Old 02-15-2006, 06:22 PM
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hey ryan, those are some wicked cool planes, cant wait to get them.









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Old 02-15-2006, 08:31 PM
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just so everybody know's i made these models and i did not steel them form reflex, aero fly or any other simulator, here are some pics of me building the new tensor 4d. ryan
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Ryan, can't wait to fly them. Hope you get permission soon.

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Old 02-15-2006, 10:44 PM
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i don't think i need stl's permision, all inned to do is put a sticker on my planes so that he knows i didn't copy his planes. or aerofly pro's. it's a free model. we are making them for free. i will post pics of me building all of the models. so that no one can come against me that i stole them from aerofly pro deluxe. or any other sim. here are some pics of the new tensor 4d that i will finish tomorrow morning. ryan
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Lookin good Ryan.[sm=thumbup.gif]
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Verry nice ryan, trensor 4d! i cant wait, too bad i have afpd... Great work though

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Just wanted to put in my 2 cents on the whole copyright issue, There is NONE! we at the W3 Group have recently put a copyright attorney on payrole because of some things we have coming down the road for Reflex. You can copy any plane you want, as long as you are building them from scratch. There is no copyright law keeping you from artistic cg rendering of another model. If you want to get down to the nitty gritty, there is no way you are building it EXACTLY to the same deminsions as another model that it resembles. People are way to quick to yell copyright when they have no idea what they are talking about. The only problems you run into is using trademarked names , like Tensor, Eflite, Greatplanes, Katana mini....etc. But only if you are selling the end product, not if it is for free. There are no trademarks on paint scheems either...You could trademark one if you really wanted to go through the trouble, but no one in the sim world or RC world has. thats like saying no one can use the color blue with a red stripe down the side because I saw a plane like that before. Full scale planes like the red bull racing team and such do have trademarks on paint scheems but that is very rare. So build away.... And any time you can get permission to use a trademarked name, do it. It's just a nice thing to do. Or at least give credit to the design its based on. If your selling a model and can't get permission, leave the name off. The CG model is yours, even if it is based on another one.

And "STL pilot" is not a trademarked name so stick it on the side of your model with a big thumbs down next to it. He can't do a thing about it.

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Old 02-16-2006, 07:25 AM
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That's great news Chris, What can you say about Ricks case as far as the mower goes?


thanks,
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What is the W3 group, and why would you have had to put a copyright lawyer on retainer? No offence, its just that I have not hear of it.
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Funny how all of the negative posts about a certain forum Moderator have been erased, eh?
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Whole forums that has shown himself to be less that genteel have been erased. He has been very vocal in some of the German Forums though. He announced himself there as "Your favorite american"

They pretty much told him it wasnt a bid deal after looking at his evidence.

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