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Amazing website…..looking fwd to B757 details.
Thanks for the comment Mel.
I’m building the overhead panel for the. Boeing 767. Your drawings are great. You know what’s missing? Dimentions or a scale on the picture that would allow us to build it to scale. I am working with a CAD program & trying to draw the diferent modules with all. The holes to scale. Then I could get it cut by waterjet. Any chance you could give us a scale ? Thanks. Sergio -firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the cockpits do have dimensions though I don’t remember if the 767 flight deck does.
Sad to say, I’ve given up working on my Flight Deck Simulation web site. To much work and I no longer have access to the source material that I use to have.
What you see right now is pretty much all that there will be in the future.
you are a genius, even more, a very industry one.
Your work is remarkable as quality and quantity.
Wish you the best,
Thanks Florin for your kind comments.
Hi there! I happened upon your site and it is like no other website I’ve seen. I loved looking through the different pictures etc. I don’t understand how to actually PLAy the simulator games etc. That would be fun and my husband would enjoy it if I knew what I was doing! ha. Are there instructions somewhere Jerome?
I also do picture projects and love to clean up old black and whites One thing I noticed, and I wondered if you left on purpose, for contrast? the phto of the three people and the baby…The babies skin looks like it was left out? Beautiful work anyhow. God bless you sir! from B.C. Canada.
I’m gratified that you liked my Photo Galleries.
In the photo of the 3 people, my Grandmother, Grandfather and Aunt, no I didn’t leave the baby’s B & W skin tone for contrast. I thought that the skin tone was good enough as is, and that no one would noticed that it was still B & W anyhow.
I guess you proved that theory wrong!
As for the games, they all have instructions on how to play, either underneath the game or built into the Flash Games. Only “Curveball” doesn’t have any instructions, and it’s just a basic, Click and Play game.
Thanks Ruth for your marvelous comment.
Ya great website very helpful for future pilots. Just wondering does the MAN start button can it function in starting the airbus’ engine?
Thanks for visiting my site Bryan.
It’s been many years since I have worked on my Flight Deck pages and my familiarity with the flight manuals is slowly slipping away.
I believe that button was part of the process of starting the engine, but you should check with another source to verify the accuracy of that.
We are rebuilding the BFK website Jerome. We stumble upon your footage of the auction and would like your permission to use it on our new website to help promote Bids for Kids. Get a hold of me please.
Bids for Kids
Boy, I must say, that you had me a bit confused there, for awhile.
Though I have shot Bids For Kids for a number of years for TV40, I couldn’t remember what footage you were talking about. I had to dig way back to find that Bids For Kids post that I did last year.
I found the video that I took of your stage along with a couple of images.Like me know if you want this footage sent to the email address that came with this comment, or another.
Nice games . Please incude some shooting games too
Jerry this is a fantastic website. Mary Csrol and I looked at Aunt Faye’s 90th B-day effort you did. We really did laugh at a few pictures. Thanks for being there. Aunt Fsye was really happy too. Looking at everything you are a very talented individual and I am very proud having you as my cousin.
Very beautiful website. How did you get involved in all the cockpit stuff ?
My Flight Deck Simulation started out as 2 page spread on my home website back in the early 90s, when I was working for United Airlines. It kind of expanded from there.
I left United a long time ago, and with time, I grew tried of working on the flight deck part of my site, but I didn’t want to get rid of it! So, it just sits there, and is used by the people that still find it of interest.
Beautiful work, well done. You just don’t realize how talent you really are in every thing you undertake in your field.
Love you. Ma
WOW! Very artistically done. I dare not ask how long it took you to put this together? From my viewpoint you have done an excellent job. You can be proud to add Web Designing to your resume. No kidding as this site is proof of the pudding. I have passed this on to my family and a few friends who knew you were a photographer. However, they did not know how good you are and all the background leading up to a great and interesting site. They have a need to know more about their cuz. Your design is just right down to the nitty gritty and gives me great pride in being your Uncle Buddy. Love as Ever.
Thanks Uncle Bud, it’s good to know that family has always got your back.
As to how long it took me to put this web site together, well… to tell you the truth, it probably will never be finished.
OMG! Jerome your work is truly beautiful. It is so deep and rich I feel like I’m right in the middle of a piece of art. It is a privilege just to be able to say I know such a creative and talented person who can do magnificent work in so many different mediums. Be blessed sweetie and keep up the wonderful work around the globe.
Thanks Anita. It’s good to hear from you. I hope that life continues to be good for you.
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