Finished Repaints

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mangotango
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:-)
Ok guys here it is - The RCAF 334

Thank you so much for those warm words Ben!
The RCAF 334 is weathered with a neglected well used 70's styled T6 in mind - Thisis the sort of look and plane we starred at in our youth (At least in my youth) and dreaming of flying one day...
Thanks Ben Tiede for pushing me into this direction. I was skeptical to do yet "another" yellow version on the market but considering doing something special it was worth the extra mile.
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Please download it here from my DropBox:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/i5bsryma30xqk ... 4.zip?dl=0

Or here at the OZx webpage:
http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/fil ... -rcaf-334/

Enjoy and Swedish greetings from Switzerland,
Magnus
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addman
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Simply beautiful!

H. Andreas
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Moggster
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mangotango wrote::-)
Ok guys here it is - The RCAF 334

Thank you so much for those warm words Ben!
The RCAF 334 is weathered with a neglected well used 70's styled T6 in mind - Thisis the sort of look and plane we starred at in our youth (At least in my youth) and dreaming of flying one day...
Thanks Ben Tiede for pushing me into this direction. I was skeptical to do yet "another" yellow version on the market but considering doing something special it was worth the extra mile.

Image
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Please download it here from my DropBox:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/i5bsryma30xqk ... 4.zip?dl=0

Or here at the OZx webpage:
http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/fil ... -rcaf-334/

Enjoy and Swedish greetings from Switzerland,
Magnus
Magnus, first of all I have to say what a lovely repaint you've made. I particularly like the faded look of the roundels and numbers. Oh and we can never have enough yellow repaints either!
I do have a small suggestion\request. I've noticed the pilot and passenger have the default US flag shoulder flash on their coveralls. I think it might be more in keeping with the aircraft repaint if they had the Canadian flag as their shoulder flash instead.
Thanks again for the repaint Magnus.
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Moggster wrote:
mangotango wrote::-)
Ok guys here it is - The RCAF 334

Thank you so much for those warm words Ben!
The RCAF 334 is weathered with a neglected well used 70's styled T6 in mind - Thisis the sort of look and plane we starred at in our youth (At least in my youth) and dreaming of flying one day...
Thanks Ben Tiede for pushing me into this direction. I was skeptical to do yet "another" yellow version on the market but considering doing something special it was worth the extra mile.

Image
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Please download it here from my DropBox:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/i5bsryma30xqk ... 4.zip?dl=0

Or here at the OZx webpage:
http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/fil ... -rcaf-334/

Enjoy and Swedish greetings from Switzerland,
Magnus
Magnus, first of all I have to say what a lovely repaint you've made. I particularly like the faded look of the roundels and numbers. Oh and we can never have enough yellow repaints either!
I do have a small suggestion\request. I've noticed the pilot and passenger have the default US flag shoulder flash on their coveralls. I think it might be more in keeping with the aircraft repaint if they had the Canadian flag as their shoulder flash instead.
Thanks again for the repaint Magnus.
Hi Moggster

Thank you for noticing and the encouraging words! Well we just discussed this today and there will be a 2.0 version released. As we had issues finding good cockpit pictures of a T6 MK4 we decided to release it so far without interior work.
But have patience the 2.0 will have a corresponding cockpit texture and a new pilot skin.
WBR,
Magnus

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Cheers Magnus, looking forward to the update. On a related note I was thinking of making some coveralls for personal use. Maybe a lo-vis union jack flash on the left shoulder and either the Biggin Hill or Tangmere station crest on the right.
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Love these sort of paints Magnus. You guys are awesome and we are very grateful.
Cheers
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Ok for you guys wanting a pilot dress for the RCAF 334 then here you go.
- Beige flight suit
- Canadian aem and chest badges
- Cap is black with my Logo / If you do't want then fly with helmet
- Heidi - Canadian arm badges
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DL here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/kqh4s46nhtich ... s.zip?dl=0

seejay
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Just downloaded Harvard 334; she's a beaut. The best yellow T6 yet IMO. To celebrate I 'beatup' Claresholm CEJ4, just a little. "Of course`I was cleared !!!, although I did get a call that the OC would like to see me when I get down. :wink:
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Looking good. If anyone needs Harvard 4 stencil information, hope this helps. Also have a Mk.4 flight and maintenance manuals if required.

Martin

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Be careful with the above as some markings are just for the earlier Mk.2s....

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Thank you T6flkyer - I took it really easy with the srtencils as I noticed not all has the same and it varies from plane to plane and even location of planes.
But it is really helpfull - Thanks.
I would be glad to get anything with regards to cockpit. Stencils, markings, pictures...

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Thank you Martin! This will be very handy. ; )
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Bomber_12th wrote:Thank you Martin! This will be very handy. ; )
That is what I am here for! :) Only too pleased to help. If need anything, please by all means just ask.

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eker
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Mangotango.

Great weathering and wear on RCAF!

Perfect. She will be in my hangar 8)

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mangotango wrote::-)
Ok guys here it is - The RCAF 334
Outstanding paintwork! Well done!
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