Finished Repaints

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madflyboy
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Re: Finished Repaints

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I quickly knocked this one together, another SAAF "Spammy"

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speedy70
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Re: Finished Repaints

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Is it available to download?

Cheers Chris

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Racer Option Baggage Door/Rear Windscreen Fairing

Post Bomber_12th »

Something to note, guys, which I've spotted in the repaints released so-far (if it matters to you).

When you select the "racer" canopy option, it changes some of the modeling of the section of fuselage just behind the rear cockpit, not just the windscreen/canopies themselves. One of the changes is on the side of the fuselage, centered on the baggage door. When you select the "racer" canopy option, it changes the standard baggage door to the fully-rectangular baggage door (one of the design aspects of the AT-6F and SNJ-6, which were the two production examples that had the all-around clear rear windscreen as seen with the racer option (the later Harvards had this same baggage door/compartment design as well)). When selecting the "racer" option, it also changes the rear windscreen fairing modeling. So not only do you have to apply the markings to the standard section of the fuselage textures, but there must be an additional spot or two on the texture sheet just for the rectangular baggage door/rear windscreen fairing which should also receive attention for everything to display properly when the "racer" canopy is selected. Here are some quick screenshots to illustrate (I'm sorry to use your repaints as an example, Marius, I already love them just fine as is - they're both gorgeous!):

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Flieger-Marius
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Re: Finished Repaints

Post Flieger-Marius »

Hehe, you've spotted my fun-spoiler/realism-fanatic flaw :mrgreen:

I've left the Eichhorn T-6 like that because it's so unique and you should fly it with that canopy (I know, I'm difficult :oops: ), the Navy one on the other hand is more generic so I left the option to switch.
What I didn't realise there though was that the roundel was also partly cut off, many thanks for pointing that out, I'll rework that tomorrow.
Greets, Marius

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Re: Finished Repaints

Post Bomber_12th »

Marius, again, I'm sorry for using your repaints as an example (I've already been enjoying them greatly), I just thought perhaps anyone who paints this aircraft might not immediately be aware that there is a little extra component than usual (a really neat detail, as far as I'm concerned).
John Terrell

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crazac
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Re: Finished Repaints

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Nice to know. Thanks for the heads up.

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Flieger-Marius
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Re: Finished Repaints

Post Flieger-Marius »

Please don't worry, it's perfectly fine!
As I said, I was unaware of the cutted bit of roundel.
Knowing now, I can improve this paint plus the other readers and me can avoid that mistake in upcoming paints. :)
Greets, Marius

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degeus
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Re: Finished Repaints

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Marcel,
How and where are your repaints made available? (On Flightsim.com e.g.?)
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Re: Finished Repaints

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Hey Piet,

Check out the link in his signature!

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madflyboy
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Re: Finished Repaints

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speedy70 wrote:Is it available to download?

Cheers Chris
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hnpl9q12pnin ... KtcWa?dl=0

speedy70
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Re: Finished Repaints

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Thanks a million and welcome to the forum.
Cheers Chris

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Snorre
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Re: Finished Repaints

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Thanks for the Navy Paint Marius, I LOVE it...
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Tomas Linnet
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Re: Finished Repaints

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RaFi wrote:4 Hour's sleep since release, I just had to do this. Endlessly struggled with small bits of paint popping up all over, but I think I finally managed it.

This just need some fine tuning, but this will be my "fictional" paint job if I had a Harvard.
Hi Rafi

Can I get this repaints please?
Kind Regards
Tomas

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G-BJPS
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Re: Finished Repaints

Post G-BJPS »

Hey Marius, thanks for the paints!

Your website is epic! i love the design, keep up the good work fella.

Thanks,
John.
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N324JK
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Re: Finished Repaints

Post N324JK »

Well, I can't let you guys have all the fun painting this bird... :wink: Here's a fictional repaint I cooked up to celebrate the Texan's long tradition of teaching pilots. Nothing fancy, just an old workhorse that can still turn a head or two 8)

Download here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kywijvgm15k2u ... r.zip?dl=0

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Enjoy, and happy flying!
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