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A classic ASA for the NGXu!

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    A classic ASA for the NGXu!

    Very heavy WIP obviously but coming along well!
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    Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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    Did some more work on it.... Prepar3D-2020-01-30-19-34-41-924.png
    Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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      #3
      A nice classic indeed
      Kyle Weber

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        #4
        Will there be a matching blue radome option?
        Herb Barrett-King

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          #5
          Originally posted by WN737 View Post
          Will there be a matching blue radome option?
          Same question.
          Kyle Weber

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            #6
            Depends what people like mainly. I can just do it without the white or with it...Or just include 2 fuse1 files if that's easier
            Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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              #7
              Though I don't plan on flying it, I personally was never a huge fan of the mismatched radomes on paints. As it is, it annoys me to see them on actual planes, although it's obviously impossible to expect them to necessarily match on actual planes.
              Captain Kevin

              Kevin Yang

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              • WN737
                WN737 commented
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                Right and I never understood releasing paints with JUST the mismatch even though they had been all matching during their life time. Another pain 'team' does this a lot and their work is great but the mismatch is annoying.

              • AlexFarmer
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                Well I guess you have to take into account some people don't know how to choose the texture file they want and aren't comfortable delving into it all...

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              I like them personally 6879878538_4e72919945_o.jpg
              Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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                #9
                Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
                ...I personally was never a huge fan of the mismatched radomes on paints. ...
                They personally annoy me as well. But, I'm all a fan of having options.
                Last edited by CaptKornDog; 01Feb2020, 16:51.
                Kyle Weber

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by AlexFarmer View Post
                  I like them personally
                  I like them as well Alex, they add a bit of unique personality to an aircraft. I’m looking forward to this one.
                  Jeff Doerning - PANC : RPVM

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                    #11
                    Apologies for the delays but the belly distortion and the tailskid took me hours to get right...Literally!! Progressing a bit more now but still a heavy WIP Prepar3D-2020-02-03-22-29-47-809.png
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                    • AlexFarmer
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                      Got a really cool one planned which I have never seen painted anywhere for any 737 addon. Super rare!!

                    #12
                    Although it doesn't look like it, I've spent a fair bit of time cleaning up a lot of things and changing things. Still a couple of days away at least I'd say as I work through my massive list of things to fix/check etc. etc. Untitled-1.png
                    Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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                      #13
                      Coming along nicely. I like stuff that's been replaced or mismatched. Gives it some character.
                      Cheers,

                      John Tavendale

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                      • John Tavendale
                        John Tavendale commented
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                        hah yeah, I remember having fun with the tail skid on my UA -800 paint. Can't wait to check this one out.

                      • Steve Dra
                        Steve Dra commented
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                        Wrapping lines around the tail.....oh how I hate you!
                        Wonder how many people know about 80% of the time is takes to paint a livery with stripes (or anything) that transitions that area is taken trying to align them properly? I know of at least 3 (present company included) LoL.

                      • AlexFarmer
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                        I literally spent hours and hours adjusting by pixels to make it looks ok. Spent more time on that then the rest of the livery including drawing the main titles and tail!

                      #14
                      Prepar3D-2020-02-08-15-28-02-021.pngPrepar3D-2020-02-08-15-27-35-129.png
                      Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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                        #15
                        Finally good to go. Awaiting AVSIM now Prepar3D-2020-02-10-19-38-06-757.png
                        Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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                          #16
                          https://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=216442 up now guys!
                          Alex Farmer A.K.A Goldstar Textures

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                            #17
                            Nice work! Thanks, Alex

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                            • AlexFarmer
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                              Have fun. I spent way too long with the curves on the tailskid! haha
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