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Ron Attwood

RealAir B60 V2 (N43HD)

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This is another aircraft photographed by Ryan Butterworth at Duluth airport, where he is often seen hanging around looking suspicious. :ph34r:

This is what he's been up to:

 

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Thank you Ryan. :smile:

 

This is what I've been up to:

 

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It's on AVSIM Library awaiting clearance and on my MediaFire.

 

 

P.S. This time the panel registration numbers have been done. :blush2:

 


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That's really funny - I did that paint with another guy - but never publicly released it for personal reasons (pic of mine)

 

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Yours looks great!  And a lot better... more true to what it really looks like, so thank you Ron!


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Great job Ron!

 

You know, that one might not look too bad with a pair of PT-6s hanging on it : :smile:

 

Cheers

TJ


"The knack of flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." - Douglas Adams
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Tejon 'TJ' Stanley

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Great job Ron!

 

You know, that one might not look too bad with a pair of PT-6s hanging on it : :smile:

 

Cheers

TJ

Thanks TJ. If there was such an animal you'd be right. :smile: Thankfully there isn't, as I think I've done my last Duke. Far too fiddly. Getting the cockpit view of the engines anywhere near right is a royal PITA. :BigGrin:


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My Paints On MediaFire

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Very nice repaint, Ron. It's now ready for departure at a hazy PAPG.

 

Thanks,

 

Ben


Ben Rikken, The Netherlands

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Thanks TJ. If there was such an animal you'd be right. :smile: Thankfully there isn't, as I think I've done my last Duke. Far too fiddly. Getting the cockpit view of the engines anywhere near right is a royal PITA. :BigGrin:

 

Oh yes I understand, the Duke and it's Turbine sibling are wonderful planes to fly for sure, but they are not the easiest planes to paint.

 

Not only is it a complicated shape, its got a lot of duplicative textures.   Even changing the registration on a scheme required changing Fuselage main/alpha, Fuselage Oil main/alpha, spec file main/alpa, wing underside main/alpha, wing underside oil main/alpha, wing spec/alpha, panel day/night...lol.

 

I made some blank textures for the Turbine Duke V2 that could be layered into the P Duke V2 kit, however the hangup is not having layered oil textures for the nacelles which has kept me from doing more T Duke paints.  There are some fantastic Piston schemes that I would love to convert to Turbine, but can't do much with the nacelles until I can get layered oil stains lol.

 

Cheers

TJ


"The knack of flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." - Douglas Adams
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