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What u think?

Hi all, came here to because I wanted to see if you like the bitmap for an asi I'm making, if to continue or to leave bitmaps and go to GDI:D

Only got that, it has MPH and KTS indicator, and it's correct conversation, at least I tryed to get it as close has possible.

Here you have it:


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Hi Joao,

Is this based on a real ASI ? I'm asking because in many aircraft the ASI is not linear but rather logarithmic and this one seems to be linear...

Looks good though...

Thanks for the reply

I didn't quite understood your question, I just followed the original, at least tryed to, here's a pic of it, it's a asi from Pitts S-2B. The other is how my asi is, still lot to do... And need to scale the screws... They're bigger that the original..


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