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JokersWild

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JokersWild sorry for offtop on your thread, but I just read your signature. I lmao'ed so freakin' hard :D:D:D. Good stuff :D


Dmitrij Nazarenko

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The old style.. When the canyon blue livery came out, at first I still preferred thedesert brown. Thought the blue looked kinda funky. But I got used to the blue,and now prefer the blue over the brown. :/ Tastes change I suppose.BTW, hate to be a spoil sport, but that color is off.. Your version is too yellow.Needs to be more brownish..I don't have any big pictures at hand, but this is a repaint I did for a 737-500for FS2000.."thumbnail only" That's fairly close to the brown color used..sw.jpgBut don't feel too bad.. I felt PMDG's canyon blue is too dark.. Both the blue andthe red/orange tones..Needless to say, I done changed it.. I see these planes all the time in real life,including the old brown ones when they were around, so I'm kinda picky I guess.I take a lot of pictures of them at Hobby.This is what my 700 looks like.. Not quite as dark as PMDG's original livery..One can compare mine to the picture in this article.http://atwonline.com/airports-routes/news/southwest-starts-using-rnp-procedures-11-airports-0111In real bright sun, the blue will look even lighter as it reflects a lot of light.My 800 has the same color tweak, but I'm flying the 700 for now until the 800'sare actually used next year.700-5.jpg


Mark Keith

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The old style.. When the canyon blue livery came out, at first I still preferred thedesert brown. Thought the blue looked kinda funky. But I got used to the blue,and now prefer the blue over the brown. :/ Tastes change I suppose.BTW, hate to be a spoil sport, but that color is off.. Your version is too yellow.Needs to be more brownish..I don't have any big pictures at hand, but this is a repaint I did for a 737-500for FS2000.."thumbnail only" That's fairly close to the brown color used..sw.jpgBut don't feel too bad.. I felt PMDG's canyon blue is too dark.. Both the blue andthe red/orange tones..Needless to say, I done changed it.. I see these planes all the time in real life,including the old brown ones when they were around, so I'm kinda picky I guess.I take a lot of pictures of them at Hobby.This is what my 700 looks like.. Not quite as dark as PMDG's original livery..One can compare mine to the picture in this article.http://atwonline.com...1-airports-0111In real bright sun, the blue will look even lighter as it reflects a lot of light.My 800 has the same color tweak, but I'm flying the 700 for now until the 800'sare actually used next year.700-5.jpg
That what I exactly thought about PMDG SWA 700.. I thought it was to dark for southwest.. And I as well who work in the airline industry see them every day I go to work... Is there any ways NM5K you can upload to avism the repaint of SWA you did with your color... I'm as well very picky about repaints...Carlitos Colon

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The old style.. When the canyon blue livery came out, at first I still preferred thedesert brown. Thought the blue looked kinda funky. But I got used to the blue,and now prefer the blue over the brown. :/ Tastes change I suppose.BTW, hate to be a spoil sport, but that color is off.. Your version is too yellow.Needs to be more brownish..I don't have any big pictures at hand, but this is a repaint I did for a 737-500for FS2000.."thumbnail only" That's fairly close to the brown color used..sw.jpgBut don't feel too bad.. I felt PMDG's canyon blue is too dark.. Both the blue andthe red/orange tones..Needless to say, I done changed it.. I see these planes all the time in real life,including the old brown ones when they were around, so I'm kinda picky I guess.I take a lot of pictures of them at Hobby.This is what my 700 looks like.. Not quite as dark as PMDG's original livery..One can compare mine to the picture in this article.http://atwonline.com...1-airports-0111In real bright sun, the blue will look even lighter as it reflects a lot of light.My 800 has the same color tweak, but I'm flying the 700 for now until the 800'sare actually used next year.700-5.jpg
Thanks for the feedback, Mark. I've changed that color mix a dozen times and can't settle on one. I'll give it another go, now that I've had some rest and my eyes are "fresh".Your blue mix is great too. I agree about the stock version being a bit dark. Canyon blue will be version 3 of this plane!

Chris Hicks

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how come you dont use one of the Ardvark (AIA) 737southwest for the color or a reference ...carlitos colon

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Hey Chris - Just downloaded and tried to install this SWA livery from avsim. Whenever I select the file in the livery manager, it asks me if I want to re-install the PMDG house livery... Any thoughts?Cheers!


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Hey Chris - Just downloaded and tried to install this SWA livery from avsim. Whenever I select the file in the livery manager, it asks me if I want to re-install the PMDG house livery... Any thoughts?Cheers!
Same here.

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