Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

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Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

Post by Flightsimmer » 27 Jun 2012, 16:01

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Finished and completed. soon on avsim..

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Re: Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

Post by Kyle Schurb » 02 Jul 2012, 16:33

You could have at least tried to make it look like you didn't use my textures.

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Re: Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

Post by Flightsimmer » 02 Jul 2012, 18:06

which part?

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Re: Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

Post by Flightsimmer » 02 Jul 2012, 18:09

all i did was refer to ur 319 paint to get some reference.

here is my tail and urs:
there are shine layers u can make visible to get the shine.

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Re: Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

Post by Kyle Schurb » 02 Jul 2012, 22:10

Alright, perhaps I owe you an apology and jumped to conclusions. Got a link from a friend who claimed the stuff was mine and at first glance some of it did - the ripped up seams in the fuselage, and the lazy highlight I did at the bottom of the tail to match with the fuselage. I looked at the bitmap you posted in the other thread, and while some of the things seem VERY similar indeed, I can't fault anyone for just referencing something and I apologize for not looking a little more closely the first time.

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Re: Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

Post by Flightsimmer » 02 Jul 2012, 22:37

Kyle Schurb wrote:Alright, perhaps I owe you an apology and jumped to conclusions. Got a link from a friend who claimed the stuff was mine and at first glance some of it did - the ripped up seams in the fuselage, and the lazy highlight I did at the bottom of the tail to match with the fuselage. I looked at the bitmap you posted in the other thread, and while some of the things seem VERY similar indeed, I can't fault anyone for just referencing something and I apologize for not looking a little more closely the first time.
is it fine if i get a couple of ideas for the detail (seams etc) from u? after all ur work is great!

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Re: Northwest Airlines OC A320 - complete

Post by Kyle Schurb » 04 Jul 2012, 15:20

Of course that's okay! Like I said, I should have looked more closely before replying the first time.

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