RAZBAM teases latest efforts on Sea Harrier and A-29

RAZBAM team leader and owner of the company, Ron Zambrano, has teased a few new images of a work in progress of the Sea Harrier for their DCS: South Atlantic package as well as the rarely seen A-29 Super Tucano. Let’s have a quick look!

Ocean side development

Ron Zambrano’s tweets appear to come from his laptop workstation that appears strategically positioned near the sea. Hailing from Manta, Ecuador, it’s likely he’s working locally and decided that the sea side was the best place to work. Sounds good to me (as I look outside at some hallowing winds and blowing snow).

Anyways, let’s look at the images in the order that Ron has tweeted them out.

While the first series of images are clearly of an earlier version of the Harrier (far removed from the DCS: AV-8B NA Harrier that RAZBAM has been offering so far), the lats set are particularly interesting as they appear to show some added development work on the A-29 Super Tucano project compared to the last time we saw the A-29. There appears to be far more detail here – or at least that’s my perception based on what’s being shown.

As exciting as this is, both are longer term projects based on statements from RAZBAM and I wouldn’t expect either in 2020. Nonetheless, it’s good to see both projects progressing!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Michael Dwyer says:

    I think we now know why it’s taking so long, the dude is kicking back on the beach, drinking beer and working on the 3d models.

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      Haha! Maybe! Living the dream from the looks of it and also much nicer than the four days of snowstorms, howling winds, and snow squalls I’m looking out the window at 😉

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