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Taking a poll...how many folks would want FedEx in a -600/-700 series with the same livery as my -800/-900s?

 

I'm in.


Graham Smith
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Taking a poll...how many folks would want FedEx in a -600/-700 series with the same livery as my -800/-900s?+1

 

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Taking a poll...how many folks would want FedEx in a -600/-700 series with the same livery as my -800/-900s?

 

Steve

 

That would be pretty blooming ace :-)

 

Rich


Richard Bowman

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The 737-700 Boeing House Colors getting finished, maybe I will do an Air Berlin Dreamliner paint (D-ABBN) too:

 

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Roman Reiner

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SInce there appears to be a lot of input to do the FedEx livery in the -600/-700 series, I'll put them in the queue. If I don't start the Peruvian bird (jury still out of artwork and text needed), those will come next after the UPS -800. My personal list is on hold for a little while...lol.


Steve Stubbs
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SInce there appears to be a lot of input to do the FedEx livery in the -600/-700 series, I'll put them in the queue.

 

Legend!!

 

Cheers,

 

Rich


Richard Bowman

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YAY! Thanks!!!


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Here are a few in-progress shots of the UPS -800. I tried in vain tototally remove the rear doors, right front door and the over wing doors to more closely mirror the configuration UPS uses on their 767 and 757 aircraft. The 3D model is keeping me from doing that, so I left the doors intact except the overwing hatches. There will be a faint outline of where they were. the windows were no problem to totally remove, but they are based on just a bump map and alpha layer. It's fictional, so it is what it is...

 

I'm hoping to finish it before the week is out. Then I'l probably tackle the -600/-700 fedEx variants.

 

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Steve Stubbs
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Hi guys,

 

I have been flying a fictional Delta for some time. Maybe there ore others who like this livery. Is it decent enough for the AVSIM library?

 

 

 

 


Ricardo De Luca

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Guys,GUYS!

 

Southwest has FINALLY done a Colorado One!!! I Would love for one of you painters to do this!!!

Sorry, no "decent" images as yet, but here are a few to keep you going with a Video!

http://www.blogsouthwest.com/video/soaring-mile-high-introducing-colorado-one


-ANDY GREEN
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10 Hours in Grob 109 PLUS SOLO! 23rd November 2013!
 

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I have been flying a fictional Delta for some time. Maybe there ore others who like this livery. Is it decent enough for the AVSIM library?

 

Richard,

 

Post the repaint to Avsim, it looks very good.


Pete Dob

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