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Hi everyone,

I was wondering if any of you talented painters would be willing to try painting

Fly BVI?

http://bviaircharters.com/img/aircraft/zoomed/Piper-Aztec(N6884A)-1.jpg

That is a very nice livery but, I had rather have a root canal by Roto-Rooter and solve a 1,000 piece 3d puzzle with a blindfold on than try to paint that plane using the Alabeo paint kit.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

 

I agree that it would be a nice addition for us.

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schemedesigners.com  has a few really nice paint schemes for the Aztec including the Fly BVI livery.

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schemedesigners.com  has a few really nice paint schemes for the Aztec including the Fly BVI livery.

I thought they were real world paint scheme designers and charge a lot more than I do. Maybe they will do the Fly BVI on the Aztec for you!

 

Regards.

 

Ray

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Ray, they are only for real world aircraft but they have some very nice liveries that will look great on the Alabeo model if someone is up for the task. I had a look at the paintkit myself and I am not sure why they made it so difficult to work with.

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Ray, they are only for real world aircraft but they have some very nice liveries that will look great on the Alabeo model if someone is up for the task. I had a look at the paintkit myself and I am not sure why they made it so difficult to work with.

That seems to be the $64,000 question. Why does Carenado and Alabeo make it so difficult. They have just started adding PSD files for the external paint which will help the real painters that use the overlays and layers. I use the dds and the hunt and peck, twist and turn, flip and mirror ones, myself.

 

Ray

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