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N324JK
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Another one from me - based on a real one this time! N455WA, an SNJ operated by Warbird Adventures (incredible-adventures.com) in Kissimmee, FL. Note that the real-world airplane has the racing canopy, spinner, or antenna, so that's what you see in the picture below. I have, however, painted this to accommodate having the standard canopy and spinner, if that's your preference.

Download here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cottqpzoo9dtp ... A.zip?dl=0

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Enjoy, and happy flying!
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Beautiful job N324JK! I've always liked a good looking yellow scheme. I remember when I was a kid that this was one of the color schemes or very similar of some of the plastic model kits.

I'm heading to download. Thank You.
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Here are the results of my Ted White paint. I've done a painted and a bare metal version, just to see which I prefer.

Painted version
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Metallic version
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It's not at AVSIM yet, in case I need to change anything, but you can get them from here. Download.

UPDATE: 10th April 2016
Fixed some glitches and oversights.
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Very nice blade! I've always been a fan of Checkered-board *anything* 8)
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EightyFiftyFive wrote:Very nice blade! I've always been a fan of Checkered-board *anything* 8)
Thanks mate. Yeah, I like chequers too. They come with the usual mapping difficulties, just to keep us on our toes. :lol:
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EightyFiftyFive wrote:Beautiful job N324JK! I've always liked a good looking yellow scheme. I remember when I was a kid that this was one of the color schemes or very similar of some of the plastic model kits.

I'm heading to download. Thank You.
~A~

ditto !

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N324JK wrote:Another one from me - based on a real one this time! N455WA, an SNJ operated by Warbird Adventures (incredible-adventures.com) in Kissimmee, FL. Note that the real-world airplane has the racing canopy, spinner, or antenna, so that's what you see in the picture below. I have, however, painted this to accommodate having the standard canopy and spinner, if that's your preference.



Enjoy, and happy flying!
Do you plan on doing the other two in the fleet?

Great job BTW.

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rsgunner wrote:
N324JK wrote:Another one from me - based on a real one this time! N455WA, an SNJ operated by Warbird Adventures (incredible-adventures.com) in Kissimmee, FL. Note that the real-world airplane has the racing canopy, spinner, or antenna, so that's what you see in the picture below. I have, however, painted this to accommodate having the standard canopy and spinner, if that's your preference.



Enjoy, and happy flying!
Do you plan on doing the other two in the fleet?

Great job BTW.

Russ
Thanks! I had no specific plans to do them, but now that I have a "template" of sorts, I just might :wink:
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I had done the entire set for the AS version. Had a HD crash and lost all of my templates. Losing everything kind of takes the wind out of your sales to get involved again. I was hoping that someone would do the series.

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rsgunner wrote:I had done the entire set for the AS version. Had a HD crash and lost all of my templates. Losing everything kind of takes the wind out of your sales to get involved again. I was hoping that someone would do the series.

Russ
Well then, as I've got one in the bag, I'd be honored to take on the other two!
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Hello,

I'm working on another yellow weathered texture. This time on an USAF. Will add some more stratches before release.

WIP - USAF Yellow AT-6
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dggoofy -
Any chance you could make a version of this marked TA-418? A company called North American Top Gun used an aircraft with the same markings but as TA-418. Thanks.

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Very nice weathering!!

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silentsage wrote:dggoofy -
Any chance you could make a version of this marked TA-418? A company called North American Top Gun used an aircraft with the same markings but as TA-418. Thanks.
No problem, I will change it to 418... like this ? :wink:

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But this is an weathered version. As I can imagine, the company's one is brand new looking...

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bladerunner900 wrote:Here are the results of my Ted White paint. I've done a painted and a bare metal version, just to see which I prefer.

Metallic version
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It's not at AVSIM yet, in case I need to change anything, but you can get them from my Dropbox account here. Dropbox download.

See what you guys think.
Very nice. I prefer the metallic one and I love the checkered nose!

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