Austrian 777-200 Posky

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Nixpilot
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Austrian 777-200 Posky

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Tail preview of the Austrian 777-200 for Project opensky's 777-200 model.

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Check out my blog for updates.

Cheers,
Nick

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Very nice yeah...

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Update of the paint on my blog.

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Great work!

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Thanks Tom!
I gotta say I tried to recreate the tail reflection on the fuse like you did in some of your paints! I found that a marvelous addition to the repaints :)
Thanks again for the inspiration

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Looks like you've got it nailed already :)

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oh btw tom, in the 777 austrian, there are the last 2 registration letters on the forehead just above the windshields, I've tried to do it but it gets distorted and doesn't look nice, is there another way to do it? or because of the model, it is impossible to make it look good?

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Nixpilot wrote:oh btw tom, in the 777 austrian, there are the last 2 registration letters on the forehead just above the windshields, I've tried to do it but it gets distorted and doesn't look nice, is there another way to do it? or because of the model, it is impossible to make it look good?
Unfortunately it's down to the mapping. Some models have a separately mapped overlay, others don't. Overland A330s / A340s are a good example. With my POSKY paints I just left them out.

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Thanks to the reply Tom, ya with overland A330/A340 it does. Oh well, can't be helped :p

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Repaint is now available on my blog.

cheers :)

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The link no longer works (thank you FBI), could you re upload to Simviation?

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give me your email i will send it.

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Nixpilot wrote:give me your email i will send it.
Got the E-Mail?

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yes

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Love it!..

I sendt u a PM :)

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Stian

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nick do you still have this? I would love to have it.

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yup i still do. but I dunno if it's compatible with the skyspirit 777.

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