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Ah sweet. I was so hoping you and Jaydor would be picking this up and "Enhancing" it with your livery wizardry...Liverdry? :D

 

Excellent first look sir!

 

I saw another "Early bird" livery over on A2A forums...did this prove to be a fairly "normal" job? ie. easy to paintkit?

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Looks like Queenstown NZ in that ZK-BAZ shot.

Great set.

 

Hoping for something in a Chrome and Paint "N" livery...please?

Don't have a specific livery in mind, but deep Green or Blue accents set against mostly chrome?

 

Cheers, and thanks for sharing your art sir!

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Oooh...very pretty, A Green and Cream dream.

 

Wow...so, has no one ever done a Chrome treatment on a Comanche?! I did a Google image search and can not find a single example. Are some aircraft skins not suitable for chromey liveries?

 

 

Here are a few pretty N-paints to possibly consider???

 

Of the three, this first is my favorite...very elegant livery.

Commanche%20green%20and%20light%20cream.

 

 

A bit fancier, but love the colors.

Comanche%202.jpg

 

Silver over Blue was the closest thing I could find to a "Chrome" livery. :(

Comanche%203.jpg

 

Cheers.

Matt

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Oooh...very pretty, A Green and Cream dream.

 

Wow...so, has no one ever done a Chrome treatment on a Comanche?! I did a Google image search and can not find a single example. Are some aircraft skins not suitable for chromey liveries?

 

 

Here are a few pretty N-paints to possibly consider???

 

Of the three, this first is my favorite...very elegant livery.

Commanche%20green%20and%20light%20cream.

 

 

 

Cheers.

Matt

 

Like this?

 

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link: http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/files/file/5299-a2a-piper-comanche-n801pc/

 

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nice piants, is there somewhere on here that shows how to open the files and then save them and explain where to save.

I do paints in ETS2 and I have noticed that some aircraft I buy have a plain white for painting but dont know what you need to do.. hope that makes sense, just need pointing to a lesson on paint I think...

Wayne

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sounds like the way Carenado let you paint their models, by supplying a white texture.

What I do in that case is open the white textures in photoshop, put my paintwork BELOW the layer with the white texture, and set the white texture layer to 'multiply'.

Then you save as bmp, and convert to dds using DXTBMP, a freeware program.

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