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My First NGX repaint

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No, google N888TY, its a privately owned BBJ, but I felt it would look great as a -900As you can tell, I still have to do the tail and I have a few other things to touch up before I make the livery avail.

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Great paint! I think the BBJ's have the best paint jobs. As far as creativity goes, the sky's the limit. For instance, I am a huge John Deere fan and a Deere paint would be awesome!! Nudge nudge wink wink.

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Rick, now you got my mind goin....lol
Sometimes all it takes is an idea eh? Beauty of the BBJ, personal expression. I wish I had photoshop and the knowhow to do paints. I'd be all over the BBJ's!

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What Airline you call this?
I believe it's a privately owned 737 business jet.

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I wish I had photoshop and the knowhow to do paints. I'd be all over the BBJ's!
You don't need Photoshop, this will let you use PSD files and do repaints, it has all the functionality you need, and it is free: http://www.paint.net/ Tutorials on how to use it can be found on a link at the same page if you scroll down a little. Or you can just download and install it, select the brush, pick a colour, click on a layer, start painting. It's absolutely not rocket science, there is a manual which comes with the PMDG paint kit too incidentally that explains the procedure, but in all honesty, two hours of messing about with that program and you'll have it sussed. Al

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You don't need Photoshop, this will let you use PSD files and do repaints, it has all the functionality you need, and it is free: http://www.paint.net/ Tutorials on how to use it can be found on a link at the same page if you scroll down a little. Or you can just select the brush, pick a colour, click on a layer, start painting. It's absolutely not rocket science, there is a manual which comes with the PMDG paint kit too incidentally that explains the procedure, but in all honestly, two hours of messing about with that program and you'll have it sussed. Al
Hi Al,Thank you for the info! Greatly appreciated. I am very new to the re paint world. I am going to give this a go and play around a bit. Who knows, you may see some slick looking 37's from me soon!Cheers: Rick.

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