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PatCartier
Wed Mar 15 2017, 01:49PM

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I still have some fixes to do with the yellow one but blue squadron in on the air, WIP.
I want to do several, may be 9, to play in campaign or PCWG. So, it's not historical accurate because I don't know any VVS documentation with as many planes of the same squadron.





I'm looking for a russian cursive font but i did not find it yet.
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Duggy
Wed Mar 15 2017, 07:37PM
Duggy

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They look fantastic, and its not always going to be 100% exact, quite often I have found due to new documentation & photo's, that things change.
I would say semi-historical, until new evidence shows up.
Regardless, & welcome to A&A mate.
Well deserved.
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PatCartier
Sat Mar 18 2017, 03:01AM

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Do you know how to write russian with PS ?
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Juri_JS
Sat Mar 18 2017, 05:18AM

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PatCartier wrote ...

Do you know how to write russian with PS ?


I don't know how it works in newer versions of PS, but in the past I've written Russian text in MS Word by using the the special character option and then copied and pasted the text from Word into the PS text tool. Though one problem is, that not all PS fonts support Cyrillic letters. After selecting font, size and color of your Russian text, you can convert the text layer into raster format if further editing with other PS tools is necessary.

[ Edited Sat Mar 18 2017, 05:38AM ]
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PatCartier
Sat Mar 18 2017, 07:15PM

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ok, it works, thank you ! But you're true: some fonts doesn't appear.
I've found this, very usefull > http://tnit.fr/aa.htm ...but some fonts doesn't appear !
I will try an other way ^^

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PatCartier
Sun Mar 19 2017, 03:18PM

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Seven are done, two more...planes are coming.
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[ Edited Tue Mar 21 2017, 05:55PM ]
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PatCartier
Tue Mar 21 2017, 05:56PM

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It's a long way indeed^^

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Duggy
Tue Mar 21 2017, 07:01PM
Duggy

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"Rome was not built in a day"
Fantastic work Pat, It's always that little extra, that makes it special.
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PatCartier
Sun Apr 02 2017, 12:31PM

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Here we go...airborn !



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PatCartier
Mon Apr 10 2017, 08:39AM

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Juri_JS wrote ...

PatCartier wrote ...

Do you know how to write russian with PS ?


in the past I've written Russian text in MS Word by using the the special character option and then copied and pasted the text from Word into the PS text tool. Though one problem is, that not all PS fonts support Cyrillic letters.


All these fonts are ok > http://ukrfonts.com/info/index.php?v=19&id=68
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