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PAINT-KITS

PAINT-KITS to make creating liveries easier.
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  1. 737-800 PAINTKIT NO 2 (FUSELAGE)

    This paint-kit is for the 737-800 powered by ZiboMOD ONLY.
    Please take a minute to read the top layers "READ ME" and the one on transparency. Enjoy!
    Please remember to credit if you use this paintkit.

    839 downloads

    Submitted

  2. 73U PAINTKIT NO 5 (SATCOMs, LIGHTS, TAIL, WINGLETS, ...)

    73U PAINTKIT NO 5 is a stand-alone file and is shared between all variants.
    > SATCOMs, winglets, lights, tail, flap tracks etc.
    INSTRUCTIONS___________________________________________________________
    General philosophy
    The paint-kits contain layers which store different parts of the texture, instead of offering a plain white texture you can only draw on, but not manipulate much.
    Layers and structure
    I made several groups to make the process of creation as smooth as possible for your. Generally, there are necessary parts to the texture (the basic elements).
    Those are the BLUE groups. Some are below your custom layers, some should be above.
    The more complex fuselage paint-kits have many blue layers that go on top of your livery. These contain several variations of markings and other elements which you can toggled on or off as needed (or hidden entirely to be replaced with your own).
    The lowest layer contains the main texture and elements that usually do not need changing.
    You should usually sandwich your livery (mostly layers of color) between groups that go "above" and "below". The group is already prepared. All CUSTOM layers are coded ORANGE. In most situations you would use multiply / linear burn for your custom "in between" layer to blend it with the fuselage structure.
    Some paint-kits have also custom layers prepared ON TOP of basic layers. Any layer that would feature in your custom set is always marked ORANGE and is called <<< livery >>> (or similar).
    VIOLET layers contain optional pre-made elements you can toggle on or off to your liking.
    Additionally, all paint-kits also have layers on the very top that contain the UV map, a layer that contains all areas in uniform color (for easy selection of a specific part of the texture) and maybe guidelines to help you position some elements.
     
     

    458 downloads

    Submitted

  3. 73U 737-900 PAINTKITS

    73U 737-900 PAINTKIT NO1 FUSELAGE_HULL (main fuselage)
    73U 737-900 PAINTKIT NO2 FUSELAGE (belly and bits)
    73U PAINTKIT NO 3 CFM56 ENGINES (these are new textures so please don't share outside of 737-900 liveries)
    73U PAINTKIT NO 4 - WING OPTIONS (greyish and whitish wings with fitting PBR maps aka "NML")
    PAINTKIT NO 5 is a stand-alone file and is shared between all variants.
    INSTRUCTIONS___________________________________________________________
    General philosophy
    The paint-kits contain layers which store different parts of the texture, instead of offering a plain white texture you can only draw on, but not manipulate much.
    Layers and structure
    I made several groups to make the process of creation as smooth as possible for your. Generally, there are necessary parts to the texture (the basic elements).
    Those are the BLUE groups. Some are below your custom layers, some should be above.
    The more complex fuselage paint-kits have many blue layers that go on top of your livery. These contain several variations of markings and other elements which you can toggled on or off as needed (or hidden entirely to be replaced with your own).
    The lowest layer contains the main texture and elements that usually do not need changing.
    You should usually sandwich your livery (mostly layers of color) between groups that go "above" and "below". The group is already prepared. All CUSTOM layers are coded ORANGE. In most situations you would use multiply / linear burn for your custom "in between" layer to blend it with the fuselage structure.
    Some paint-kits have also custom layers prepared ON TOP of basic layers. Any layer that would feature in your custom set is always marked ORANGE and is called <<< livery >>> (or similar).
    VIOLET layers contain optional pre-made elements you can toggle on or off to your liking.
    Additionally, all paint-kits also have layers on the very top that contain the UV map, a layer that contains all areas in uniform color (for easy selection of a specific part of the texture) and maybe guidelines to help you position some elements.
     
     

    867 downloads

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