Bonanza Finished Repaints

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balaton
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Nice and classic! Many thanks for that. If only I could replace those ugly looking brown seats to some elegant light beige leather ones!
My V35 would be a different airplane!

Cheers

maubrenta wrote:It's not a repaint per se, but it's an interior paint.
I saw many light beige Bo panels out there, so I thought why not...
Here is the result. And the "pearl" yoke as a bonus.
What do you think?

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To install just drop inside any aircraft texture folder of your choice.
Not recommended for the unexperienced ones: If you wish to have this one on all your A2A Bonanzas, please first make a backup of the original ones and drop both textures inside the "texture.v" folder.

Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ass8yqzmt09bn ... v.zip?dl=0

PS.: I will make the external model texture as well, to match the inside. Probably tomorrow.

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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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maubrenta wrote:It's not a repaint per se, but it's an interior paint.
I saw many light beige Bo panels out there, so I thought why not...
Here is the result. And the "pearl" yoke as a bonus.
What do you think?

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To install just drop inside any aircraft texture folder of your choice.
Not recommended for the unexperienced ones: If you wish to have this one on all your A2A Bonanzas, please first make a backup of the original ones and drop both textures inside the "texture.v" folder.

Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ass8yqzmt09bn ... v.zip?dl=0

PS.: I will make the external model texture as well, to match the inside. Probably tomorrow.
Beautiful work. If I want to assign to a certain repaint, how can I accomplish that?

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taildraggin68
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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DJJose wrote:
maubrenta wrote:It's not a repaint per se, but it's an interior paint.
I saw many light beige Bo panels out there, so I thought why not...
Here is the result. And the "pearl" yoke as a bonus.
What do you think?

Image

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To install just drop inside any aircraft texture folder of your choice.
Not recommended for the unexperienced ones: If you wish to have this one on all your A2A Bonanzas, please first make a backup of the original ones and drop both textures inside the "texture.v" folder.

Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ass8yqzmt09bn ... v.zip?dl=0

PS.: I will make the external model texture as well, to match the inside. Probably tomorrow.
Beautiful work. If I want to assign to a certain repaint, how can I accomplish that?

Just place the textures in the specific paints texture folder. 8)

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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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taildraggin68 wrote:
DJJose wrote:
maubrenta wrote:It's not a repaint per se, but it's an interior paint.
I saw many light beige Bo panels out there, so I thought why not...
Here is the result. And the "pearl" yoke as a bonus.
What do you think?

Image

Image

To install just drop inside any aircraft texture folder of your choice.
Not recommended for the unexperienced ones: If you wish to have this one on all your A2A Bonanzas, please first make a backup of the original ones and drop both textures inside the "texture.v" folder.

Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ass8yqzmt09bn ... v.zip?dl=0

PS.: I will make the external model texture as well, to match the inside. Probably tomorrow.
Beautiful work. If I want to assign to a certain repaint, how can I accomplish that?

Just place the textures in the specific paints texture folder. 8)
THANKS!

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Flieger-Marius
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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balaton wrote:If only I could replace those ugly looking brown seats to some elegant light beige leather ones!
My V35 would be a different airplane!
Working on such a paint. :wink:
Greets, Marius

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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Flieger-Marius wrote:Image

balaton wrote:If only I could replace those ugly looking brown seats to some elegant light beige leather ones!
My V35 would be a different airplane!
Working on such a paint. :wink:
That looks amazing!
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taildraggin68
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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N35VM

Grab it Here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iAf2WG ... sp=sharing

Special Thanks to Maubrenta who created the tan panel and yoke

Interior to match

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Kilstorm
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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maubrenta wrote:It's not a repaint per se, but it's an interior paint.
I saw many light beige Bo panels out there, so I thought why not...
Here is the result. And the "pearl" yoke as a bonus.
What do you think?
I think it looks great but one aspect of detail that I feel would make it look better is if you could repaint all the screw heads to perhaps a different finish like stainless or something like that. Not sure how easy that would be but feel that little detail would make a nice and realistic detail.
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maubrenta
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Kilstorm wrote:
maubrenta wrote:It's not a repaint per se, but it's an interior paint.
I saw many light beige Bo panels out there, so I thought why not...
Here is the result. And the "pearl" yoke as a bonus.
What do you think?
I think it looks great but one aspect of detail that I feel would make it look better is if you could repaint all the screw heads to perhaps a different finish like stainless or something like that. Not sure how easy that would be but feel that little detail would make a nice and realistic detail.
Thanks! Sure it's an easy thing to do, will consider a new version, but I have followed this one (and there are many more like this out there):
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Another example:
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Beautiful panel paint - it will go well with the paint I’m planning...

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rightseat
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Looking forward to that paint, Scott. I always love the cream/off white variations of Beech paint schemes. Reminds me of the 80's when we had an orange and brown 182! :-)
scottb613 wrote:Beautiful panel paint - it will go well with the paint I’m planning...

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Flieger-Marius
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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The lovely N20AC in full 70ies dress.

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The people are optional, there's a note attached to the download on how to activate them.
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Greets, Marius

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taildraggin68
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Thanks Marius, that looks amazing, gonna grab this after dinner. Great work.

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Flieger-Marius
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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Feel free to share some screens, I'm always curious how the paints look on better performing systems.
Greets, Marius

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Re: Bonanza Finished Repaints

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Beautiful work everyone, keep them coming.
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