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    KJO's Liveries

    Hey y'all! Here's the thread I'll be posting my repaints to from now on. Requests are welcome, but no guarantees they'll be completed.

    All liveries should be installed via the PMDG Operations Center.

    Here's the current livery inventory for the PMDG NGXu:

    Alaska Airlines -

    1991 Livery
    2016 LiveryJet2.comIn the pipeline:

    Alaska Airlines liveries - Lei, Interim, special sticker jets.

    Remarks:

    N/A

    Happy flying!
    2020-2-8_16-32-12-112.png
    Last edited by KJO; 14Feb2020, 09:07.
    Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

    #2
    Any plan on doing More to love?
    -Nicolas Jackson

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      #3
      Originally posted by nicnacjak View Post
      Any plan on doing More to love?
      Yes! I want to get around to all the Alaska liveries I can, time will tell just how many that is
      Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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        #4
        Has the N272AK cockpit reg and cockpit window text been fixed yet?
        Ian Griffith

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          #5
          Originally posted by Pineapple_Wizard View Post
          Has the N272AK cockpit reg and cockpit window text been fixed yet?
          I’m currently on holiday but it should be a sub 15 minute fix when I return 🙂 Apologies!
          Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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            #6
            Originally posted by KJO View Post

            I’m currently on holiday but it should be a sub 15 minute fix when I return 🙂 Apologies!
            No worries, happy holidays!
            Ian Griffith

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              #7
              -900ER fixes now available via the same download link, enjoy! T minus 3 hours to New Years
              Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                #8
                Hey y'all! Alaska's Old livery (Circa 1991) is now available for the PMDG 737-800 NGXu SSW. Happy Flying!
                ASA_OLD_THUMBNAIL.png
                https://kjo.page.link/Alaska1991
                Last edited by KJO; 26Jan2020, 06:15.
                Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                  #9
                  Once the NGXu Expansion is released I will be doing the Alaska 737-700 fleet!
                  Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                    #10
                    55A26C5B-E57E-4466-8DC2-E4A12E041BC2.jpeg Wednesday is coming up quick! And don’t worry guys 627AS will also be made!
                    Last edited by KJO; 27Jan2020, 03:57.
                    Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by KJO View Post
                      Wednesday is coming up quick! And don’t worry guys 627AS will also be made!
                      Or maybe it's already created?
                      Regards, Steve Dra
                      Click here to download my paints

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Steve Dra View Post

                        Or maybe it's already created?
                        Just messin' with ya Keizo. I didn't paint it ...as much as I love freighters, I usually stay away from Alaska because there are a few painter's (like you) already making beautiful paints of the livery (liveries)...so I generally stay away from Alaska.

                        If you are painting it and don't have experience "faking" a cargo door on the fuse ...especially creating bump maps to complete the illusion along with the paint you put on the main texture of the door itself....let me know and I can help.
                        I did it for this model that did not have a cargo door and it turned out really good:

                        RHgfcI.jpg
                        Regards, Steve Dra
                        Click here to download my paints

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                          #13
                          I can vouch for the great job on the A330-F. I recently used it on a flight from Moscow to Yakutsk, which my "airline" said had 237 pax on board. Gulag express.. Any rate, another masterwork by Mr. Drabek.

                          -Scott Brandenburg.
                          -Scott Brandenburg.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by dreadzeppelin7 View Post
                            I can vouch for the great job on the A330-F. I recently used it on a flight from Moscow to Yakutsk, which my "airline" said had 237 pax on board. Gulag express.. Any rate, another masterwork by Mr. Drabek.

                            -Scott Brandenburg.
                            LOL....absolutely LOVING your Avatar and the name.....dredzeppelin....cool!
                            Just for making me laugh I'll paint any plane you want.....wait....I already did....
                            I EVEN pulled some strings and got the real plane named after you! (How's that for service?)

                            PKLNzg.jpg
                            Regards, Steve Dra
                            Click here to download my paints

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                              #15
                              Can’t wait to see the Lei; my favorite AS variant.
                              Kyle Weber

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                                #16
                                Originally posted by Steve Dra View Post

                                Just messin' with ya Keizo. I didn't paint it ...as much as I love freighters, I usually stay away from Alaska because there are a few painter's (like you) already making beautiful paints of the livery (liveries)...so I generally stay away from Alaska.

                                If you are painting it and don't have experience "faking" a cargo door on the fuse ...especially creating bump maps to complete the illusion along with the paint you put on the main texture of the door itself....let me know and I can help.
                                I did it for this model that did not have a cargo door and it turned out really good:

                                RHgfcI.jpg
                                Thanks Steve! I’ll make sure to let you know if there’s any hiccups 😀
                                Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                                  #17
                                  Evening everyone! Alaska Airlines (2016) for the PMDG NGXu 737-700BW is now available. Cheers, and Happy Flying!
                                  ASA_737_THUMB.png
                                  https://kjo.page.link/Alaska2016-700

                                  (P.S. 737 BDSF version coming soon!)
                                  Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                                    #18
                                    Alaska Air Cargo (2016) for the PMDG NGXu 737-700BW is now available. Features custom metallic maps, accurate cargo door, correct overwing exit markings, and more! https://kjo.page.link/AlaskaAirCargo-700
                                    ASA_CARGO_THUMB.png
                                    Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                                      #19
                                      Fantastic work, thanks for the cargo livery!
                                      Jeff Doerning - PANC : RPVM

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                                      • KJO
                                        KJO commented
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                                        Glad you like it!

                                      #20
                                      Can you do

                                      N559AS
                                      N560AS
                                      N537AS
                                      N306AS
                                      N317AS
                                      N471AS

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                                      • KJO
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                                        You’re crazy 🙃

                                      • RoDuSu
                                        RoDuSu commented
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                                        Some of those are very intricately detailed repaints you’re asking for, which will likely require high res source images. Just to manage expectations a little.

                                      #21
                                      Whipped up a quick Oneworld https://kjo.page.link/AlaskaOneworld 2020-2-13_23-57-49-804.png
                                      Keizo Ono | Livery Painter

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                                      • Cosnowboarder_777
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                                        Very nice! Was so glad they joined one world. Hate flying American's 73's to PDX and SEA. ASA is so much better. Any chance you are doing N287AK? Not sure if that one is an easy one or not.

                                      #22
                                      KJO Excellent work, sir. I spent part of last evening on the Alaska Cargo Ramp at PANC in N626AS, admiring the bird while the snow fell. Beautiful.
                                      Cheers,
                                      Kurt "Yoda" Kalbfleisch
                                      Pinner, Middx, UK
                                      System Spec: Intel Core i9-9900KF @3.6GHz, 32GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB

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