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Can somebody make a fictional Air Koryo AirbusA300 texture for the CLS model?

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Hi everybody! I've found only a very few aircraft repaints in the Air Koryo livery. So I'm wondering if any body can make a fictional Air Koryo repaint for the Commercial Level Simulations Airbus A300-600?Thanks!

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I'm not so sure 'The Dear Leader' would approve the use of these evil, capitalist aircraft. Have you checked with Pyongyang?;-) Have a good day mate!

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No. I haven't checked with Pyongyang. I don't have the proper communication for that. It's just that I'm looking for someone who can do a fictional repaint of the aircraft in the Air Koryo livery. That's all!Thanks!

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The aircraft that I want to be repainted is just the Commerical Level Simulations Airbus A300-600 for fs2004. I can't do the repaint on my own because I don't know how to do it. And I don't have the right software to repaint it.Thanks!

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I do know that there is an Interflug repaint for the HNAC Airbus A310 for fs9. I also know that there is a MIAT-Mongolian Airlines repaint for the fs9 fspainter model.Can somebody also make a Interflug repaint, and a MIAT-Mongolian Airlines repaint for the Commercial Level Simulations Airbus A310-200, and A310-300 version for FS9?Thanks!

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>Thank u very much volentering!>>Thanks again!What I mean by u is that it is used in instant messaging for saying you.Please Reply

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>I do know that there is an Interflug repaint for the HNAC>Airbus A310 for fs9. I also know that there is a>MIAT-Mongolian Airlines repaint for the fs9 fspainter model.>>Can somebody also make a Interflug repaint, and a>MIAT-Mongolian Airlines repaint for the Commercial Level>Simulations Airbus A310-200, and A310-300 version for FS9?>>Thanks!Please Reply. Thanks Again!

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Hey wji. Did you find a paint kit for the fs9 commerical Level Simulations Airbus A300-600? Did start working on the repaint? Please Reply

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I'm also wondering if somebody can make a Interflug, and MIAT-Mongolian Airlines repaint for the Commercial Level simulations Airbus A310-200, And Airbus A310-300 for fs9? Please reply

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wji have you started on the fictional Air Koryo livery for the Commerical Level Simulations A300-600 yet? Please Reply

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I think that the inference was, he would have done it if he had had the Commerical Level Simulations A300-600, but he doesn't. Which makes painting it a bit tough. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I somehow doubt he's going to buy it just to do the repaint. Maybe if you bought it for him and sent it off ???? :-)M.

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Your correct man. I doubt it too. But I don't know how to use a paintkit and I don't have the proper software to do it. Probably someone else may have to do it. Also I'm wondering if someone will make an Interflug repaint, and a MIAT-Mongolian Airlines repaint, for the Commercial Level Simulations Airbus A310-200, or the Commercial level simulations Airbus A310-300. Please reply.

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Well good luck. I do repaints too - a few are in the AVSIM library, but I don't have your aircraft to work on either I'm afraid. It would theoretically be possible to repaint if you sent someone a texture folder, but there would be no way to test the painting and see what the aircraft looked like. It can be a tricky job lining up all the livery work...Maybe you should learn how to paint the model yourself. There are plenty of tutorials online (do a Google search) and it's really not THAT hard to learn. You could probably manage it with just MS Paint (I use Adobe PhotoShop) and DXTBmp (which is a freeware download). You'd feel really good if you succeeded too.M.

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I still don't have the right software to do it. Some of the software costs hundreds of dollars. The aircraft is part of the airbus collection add on for fs9. But I still need someone else to do it. Please reply!

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"Some of the software costs hundreds of dollars"???? Like what? Not sure where you're getting your information from. If you can't buy Adobe Photoshop Elements ($60 ??), use MS Paint - which is free obviously. The DTX software I mentioned is a free download.

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Hi,I'm replying.I can't believe I'm reading a thread like this. Either learn how to paint or fly what's available.Andy.

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"That doesn't answer my question! Please Reply!"I think what Andy is trying to say is your pleas seem a bit selfish and don't show a sense of maturity. Painting an aircraft is not an easy process regardless of the tools used. Don't expect the world to owe you a living--in other words: don't beg, grovel or plead or expect things your way in a fortnight. I'd like to see an end to world hunger, an end to war, and myself looking like the way I did when I first fell in love with my wife. Those things are a bit more important than a repaint of a fictional livery. And I suspect if I want to see any of those things done, I have to put some effort into it myself. Pleading for someone to work for you isn't effort. Now I hope the mods mercifully lock this thread....-John

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I'm not trying to be selfish. And I'm fourteen years old. I've never done it before. I've asked someone to do it but he dosen't have it. I don't know how much some of the softwear costs. Probably hundreds of dollars. And I don't have enough money.

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"I'm not trying to be selfish. And I'm fourteen years old. I've never done it before. I've asked someone to do it but he dosen't have it. I don't know how much some of the softwear costs. Probably hundreds of dollars. And I don't have enough money."You've already been told that you can start with something as simple as MSPaint and DXTBMP. Both are free. Being fourteen is no barrier to learning. We have people in this forum over eighty who have tried their hand at painting, writing code, even aircraft design. Being selfish is asking someone to do for you immediately what you can take the time to try yourself if you're willing to invest the effort. The world is not going to collapse if you don't have a fictional livery by tomorrow. But sending over a half dozen pleas with "Please Reply" attached at the end seems to show that sense of desperation.I really suggest you download Martin Wright's DXTBMP and start learning to use it--with it you can open one of the A300's textures, launch it into MSPaint, try a few scribblings, and see what happens from there. On this site there's a painter's forum with tons of people who will help you. You have nothing to lose except time, and better yours than asking someone to sacrifice theirs.-John

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"I'll see what I can do. I'm not sure if my dad would let me download these things."MSPaint is included with every Windows installation. As for DXTBMP, I would assume if your Dad would let you install an A300 or download a livery from a stranger, he would probably have no problem with DXTBMP. It doesn't hurt to ask.If you want to see what can be done with MSPaint, look at my Allegro download in the file library. It's not a work of art, but it was done with MSPaint and converted to DXT format using DXTBMP.-John

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