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Development / Re: Cessna 150/152 templates
« on: Today at 07:46:00 AM »
Others planned...     This would include the tail text  This might include the fuselage text (which can be blanked out) Possible Aerobat choice (there are a variety).

Also, on the one submitted earlier, I may add the tail leading edge design rather than the tail tip coloring. It's more often seen and is more interesting as well. Such as this one...

Development / Cessna 150/152 templates
« on: July 16, 2024, 10:42:22 PM »
Attached is a template for the Cessna 152 in OCR. This is the design worn by aircraft such as F-GGCS and OE-CCZ (both already painted by me, to be uploaded at some point later).

I will make at least two more, one of them an Aerobat design.

Other GA / C172 D-EGCA
« on: July 16, 2024, 02:18:57 PM »

C172 D-EGCA, a chocolate-bomber quite likely based at Aschaffenburg - Grossostheim (EDFC) in Germany

Not to be eaten except by Michel Lotito.

Development / Re: Possible C172 repaint template for new livery
« on: July 15, 2024, 08:02:28 AM »
Thanks Charly - I assumed it was all done by layering, I didn't realise that something more tricky was going on. If you need me to combine any layers, I could do that.

I've discovered that OO-CIR's wingtips are not typical. When looking for others to paint based on this design - there are many of them - more seem to have a partially coloured wingtip with a striped design on it.

I'm not sure how those are done in OCR. Obviously the work involved in covering every little variation is excessive, and I think the version in the above image would be better. I may try painting a full 172 with that option and then make a replacement wingtip template from it, assuming I can make it work.

My overall plan is to make two more 172 patterns and then two or three Cessna 150/152s, since there are limited options for that type.

It would be good if there could be a community of painters volunteering some time, but I don't see that happening, unfortunately.

Other GA / C172 Limburgse Vleugels OO-CIR (download)
« on: July 14, 2024, 10:40:08 AM »
C172 OO-CIR operated by Limburgse Vleugels out of Genk-Zwartberg EBZW in Belgium.

It was painted in order to create a template for another generic livery variant to be used by One Click Repaint. This particular design appears on many Cessna 172s at the time the 172N was the latest model.

I then went on to complete the paint simply by adding the registrations. OO-CIR

the template enables you to paint

and so on...

Other GA / C172 Limburgse Vleugels OO-LVA
« on: July 14, 2024, 10:11:52 AM »

Development / Re: Possible C172 repaint template for new livery
« on: July 13, 2024, 09:13:59 PM »
Template for Cessna factory design used on OO-CIR and many other 172s.

Forgot to screenshot OO-CIR.

Template is divided up for options, such as to suppress wingtip colours and the wheel pant design as well (these are in separate layers, since I assume that is how it works). There is also an option to make the cockpit surround take the primary colour or to be switched off and left white. These are all variations I've seen on the photo sites.

Development / Re: Possible C172 repaint template for new livery
« on: July 13, 2024, 08:10:59 AM »
What I might do is make a more common variation on this design

and substitute this with the other variation. There are a few more of them, and it looks more interesting.

Development / Possible C172 repaint template for new livery
« on: July 12, 2024, 08:47:25 PM »
Hi Charly (and anyone else that takes a look) -

I have created a template for a C172 stock livery design and have attached it here for critiques. There is an image to show how it looks, and the two primary colour areas as separate layers (saved as PNG with transparency).

I've also attached the image here for others to peruse and critique.

Here's the actual aircraft.

Other GA / C172 Flugschule Berlin Brandenburg D-EWUF (new version)
« on: July 08, 2024, 01:25:35 PM »

Revised version of a previous repaint in light of changes made on OCR in the meantime. I can now add text and some graphic elements.

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