View Full Version : My first try at re-painting an aircraft
05-14-2008, 12:08 PM
Hey everyone! I got bored this past weekend and decided to finally give my re-paint skills a tryÖ I know this isnít the best paint but keep in minds itís my first try ever. Itís a fictional Puerto Rican airline I had in mind for quite some time now and decided to use one of projectopenskies paint kit. It's published in here flightsim already. Thanks! Comments suggestions are welcomed but no flaming please! This was just for fun! I used fsrepaint by the way... any better programs out there? I do have plans of creating some Ai traffic and files for this in the future
If that's your first try, it looks professional. :eek:
I'd be interesting what would come out if you were an expert.
05-14-2008, 06:49 PM
Very nice repaint.
Call it personal preference, but I prefer to see the star and blue field more to the left/up, but I realize that the way the flag is, it's difficult to achieve that flowing effect.
The repaint looks very good.... after all, it's the most beautiful flag in the world! ;)
NOW ... . try an updated CARIBAIR scheme (before they went to the overall blue colors)...
I do all mine in Paint!:D
Flying Officer Jevans
05-15-2008, 04:00 PM
Very nice! I use DXTBmp/ Gimp for mine.
Did somebody just say something about the best flag? They would be talking about the Jolly Rodger, right?:D
05-16-2008, 08:16 AM
Thanks for the comments guys! Fsrepaint is very limited on what I can/can't do... but its ok for a starter program... yes itís my first re-paint and I have many more in my head...
Caribair coming soon :D
05-16-2008, 05:50 PM
FSRepaint has its convenient uses, but remember, you can call a separate paint program from FSRepaint to do the fancy work, and then come back for minor tweaks. IT's also a good program with which to create the basic repain folder hierarchy and aircraft.cfg new variant lines.
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