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"Classic" Boeing 737-300, collection of historical liveries {large images - part 2}

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This is part 2, as I want to share 24 pics... :)


Just wanted to share the beauty of this model. This plane is the only reason I haven't touched P3D for more then a year (and also due to XP11 great rendering engine, FDE, and open community for scenery)


All liveries have been painted by myself using the IXEG paintkit. But with some modifications with regards to vstab, wings/pylons colors, shadows, dirt and engine spinner (on some models).
Note that these screenshots are 3440 pixels by 1440. So click on them and choose full image to get the best idea of how they appear in XP11.

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Vital Vanbeginne

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Hi Vital,

From one painter to another - that's some fine work there - sir...

Regards,
Scott


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> From one painter to another - that's some fine work there - sir...

 

Yes it is


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Lovely paints!


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Nice paints!!! Could you share the CityBird paint with us?

Thanks


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I loved flying in the 737-300 when it came out, it was the perfect sized aircraft for its routes, with not too many passengers, and a nice reliable ride.  I did have one engine explode while myself and other passengers in Bozeman Montana were waiting to fly to Salt Lake City.  We all were shocked, not panicked, by the loud boom when they started the port engine.  Fortunately it did not disintegrate and send shrapnel upon us.  We were still at the gate, the pilot told us what happened, and we left the aircraft quickly but normally since the fire suppression system worked.  Those engine cowling shapes were so unique because the aircraft was so low to the ground.

My favorite 737-300 livery was the now defunct AirCal livery,

John

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On 1/30/2018 at 1:08 PM, scottb613 said:

Hi Vital,

From one painter to another - that's some fine work there - sir...

Regards,
Scott

What he said. 🙂

 


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Steve Dra

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On 1/30/2018 at 8:06 PM, vesalius said:

This is part 2, as I want to share 24 pics... :)


Just wanted to share the beauty of this model. This plane is the only reason I haven't touched P3D for more then a year (and also due to XP11 great rendering engine, FDE, and open community for scenery)


All liveries have been painted by myself using the IXEG paintkit. But with some modifications with regards to vstab, wings/pylons colors, shadows, dirt and engine spinner (on some models).
Note that these screenshots are 3440 pixels by 1440. So click on them and choose full image to get the best idea of how they appear in XP11.

B733_26_3440_1440.thumb.jpg.42dbdd695b0d91001328db159f958766.jpg

B733_25_3440_1440.thumb.jpg.81756f49f07c5ba275b3dd9b3e4d5459.jpg

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Please reupload !

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