Supermarine Walrus

A collection of paintfiles for Jacques Brault's Supermarine Walrus.


Flying The Walrus.
The Walrus cruises between 95 and 120mph. Normal patrol speed would be around 95. Water landing is at about 60mph with a little power. See http://www.sticknrudder.co.uk/walrus_article.htm for a good note on the subject.


About the files.
These are paint and detail sets for Jaques Brault's Walrus Mk.I for X-Plane 8.64 and 9. In addition to the paint files, they include:
1. A modified cockpit object - front crewman and machine gun removed; rear machine gun removed; wing cut-out plugged and a few little details added.
2. A new "rods.obj". The Bristol Pegasus (and their other poppet valve engines) had four valves and forked rockers with a distinctive single pushrod tunnel. I have replaced Jaques' generic pushrod objects with a more suitable representation.
3. Modified paint files for the objects.


Copyright and Licence.
In each package; Walrus_paint.png, Walrus_paint2.png, objects/rods.obj: Copyright © 2008 David P. Plunkett.
All other files are mainly the work of Jaques Brault with some modifications by David Plunkett.




Paintfiles

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, Irish Air Corps 1939
N18 in it's original livery.

2010-03-24 16:32:08

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, Irish Air Corps 1944
N18 in late wartime camouflage.

2010-03-24 16:59:15

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, Aeronavale 1948
Training and Air Sea Rescue Walrus of Escadrille 53S in 1948.

2010-03-24 17:01:36

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, Armada Argentina 1939
La Argentina's catapult flight aircraft in 1939.

2010-03-24 16:40:17

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, Armada Argentina 1948
Postwar air-sea rescue and antarctic utility aircraft.

2010-03-24 17:12:50

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, New Zealand Division Royal Navy 1937
The first ship-borne Walrus, K5774.

2010-03-24 17:02:43

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, RAAF Antarctic Flight 1947
Supermarine Walrus, first ANARE expedition to Heard Island in 1947.

2010-03-24 17:04:36

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, Royal Navy 1939
No. 724 Naval Air Squadron, Fleet Air Arm in 1939.

2010-03-24 17:03:51

Supermarine Walrus Mk.1, United Whalers
G-AHFL

2010-03-24 17:08:15

Supermarine Walrus Mk.2, Scottish Airlines
Walrus Mk.2 converted to passenger use by Scottish Airlines.

2010-03-24 17:09:34








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