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It appears that the blank texture set is extremely disorganised.  Trying to do a repaint will be next to impossible, at least for someone like myself.  Does anyone have any idea of how to make sense of it? 

 

Cheers,

Fritz

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I've got the same problem, but playing around with it for a while I find it's not unlike some of their others. Their existing paints kind of give you an idea of how they placed the registrations, so I'm fiddling around with a different way of layering and it's not going so well.

 

Maybe combining ext_2 and ext_3 on one aligned larger sheet will help. Hoping for an eureka!

 

Cheers

Larry

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Yeah, the 185 and the 337 were bad enough, but this time they've outdone themselves.  Trying to get things to line up across all the texture sheets is a nightmare.  I, too, am waiting for the big lightbulb.  Thanks, Larry.

 

Cheers,

Fritz

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Hi Guys,

I have the same problems. What I tend to do is as long as the Aircraft's reg is in a white/blank area I copy the section which has the reg in from the white texture and copy/paste over the original reg and then add my own reg over the top of that. But I know where your coming from the reg on lets say the Blue texture is over two files and I had great problems and time in match up. In the end luckily for me the Aircraft I re-registered had the number towards the rear so this was very easy to add.

 

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That's what makes painting an adventure! :rolleyes:  I'm doing C-GOXY at the moment and I can safely say there are no 'Eureka' moments. Just hang in there. Actually, painting is a bit like banging your head against the wall....It's lovely when it's over! :lol:

 

Timm, nice job. Is it finished?

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