Flieger-Marius

EDRM-Repaints on the ATR42

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Congrats for the originality of your website, very smart and funny at the same time.

Cheers, Ed

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btw Marius... what about a beautiful ZK-MVA ANZ link black one? 😉

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Thanks.
Problem is that all ANZ ATRs are 72s. I only do real life aircraft.

Here's another one that started out as experiment on matte PBR textures:

MM-62251
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I'll think about it. For now, there's too much planned stuff ahead.

Here's another one for my American friends:

N310DK
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And please, please something for us here in Scandinavia... Finncomm A42

Best regards

Per

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20 hours ago, Flieger-Marius said:

Here's another one that started out as experiment on matte PBR textures:

Just a question, Marius, do you think PBR textures are too shinny when you decided to make a matte version?, or it´s just that the real-world aircraft is matte?.

Excellent work, by the way.

Cheers, Ed

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Hello Marius. I live in Guadeloupe and it’s possible you make the repaint of the F-OIXD Air antilles ATR please?

 

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1 hour ago, edpatino said:

Just a question, Marius, do you think PBR textures are too shinny when you decided to make a matte version?, or it´s just that the real-world aircraft is matte?.

Excellent work, by the way.

Cheers, Ed

I have been contacted by someone who had trouble making an Alsie Express livery. He saw that I had done a dark livery and asked me for help.
Having the dark color sorted out, I noted that the repaint is matte and whether he knew how to reach that finish. I then made the modification and send him the files to make a repaint matte.
From there on I thought I need to implement that in one of my own, as well. So I searched for a real life matte one, of which the Guardia Di Finanza caught my attention.

 

38 minutes ago, Alexxx971 said:

Hello Marius. I live in Guadeloupe and it’s possible you make the repaint of the F-OIXD Air antilles ATR please?

 

Added it to the list, no promises, though.

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Amazing liveries! Once I reach my computer Ill make sure to make a donation to you! Thanks for your work and effort with Carenado paintkit...!

 

While Im from the cold north of Scandinavia I would love a nice Air Antilles livery! Pssst... SAS pleeease 😉

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3 hours ago, Flieger-Marius said:

I have been contacted by someone who had trouble making an Alsie Express livery. He saw that I had done a dark livery and asked me for help.
Having the dark color sorted out, I noted that the repaint is matte and whether he knew how to reach that finish. I then made the modification and send him the files to make a repaint matte.
From there on I thought I need to implement that in one of my own, as well. So I searched for a real life matte one, of which the Guardia Di Finanza caught my attention.

 

Added it to the list, no promises, though.

Thank’s u my friend. Very amazing work you do. Continue 😉

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Posted (edited)

Thanks for your appreciation!

Here's the first of a few simplistic ones:
 

EI-EHH
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Hi Coqui,

matching the circles over a transition with both sides skewed beyond belief by Carenado's mapping is beyond my skillset.
I considered the FedEx but I have not found a way to close the windows, purely texture based.

Marius

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