Piper Cub Special HB-OTG 1.0.0

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Repaint for the Aerofly FS2 version of the Piper Cub Special

This is a repaint for Krzysztof Kaniewski wonderful Piper PA-11 Cub Special for Aerofly FS2.

Installation Instructions:


If it doesn't already exist, create the following pipercub folder in the Documents/ Aerofly directory, and unzip the contents of this .zip file into the folder:



Documents/Aerofly FS 2/aircraft/pipercub



Be sure no name the folder EXACTLY as 'pipercub' with all lowercase and no spaces.


Please note that the use of these files requires a working copy of the Piper PA-11 Cub Special available on Flight-Sim.org




Enjoy!!



GAC Savannah

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  • Version 1.0.0

  • You continue to be prolific, well done. Can I request a Canadian registration on a yellow cub please? - Thanks!!!

    • Sure, I can make you one, but no promise on time. I have a number of other things demanding my attention at the moment, but once I get freed up to do another repaint, I will keep you in mind.

    • Thank you. A question... When you inadvertently uploaded the source files for the Westjet Q400, I noticed the images were in .bmp format. If a person had those files, would they be able to create their own repaints without going to the IPACS paint kits? The reason I ask is that my old Paint Shop Pro (which I am comfortable with) can easily work with .bmps. So, for example, if a repainter provided the source files for one of their models, and all that was needed was a revision of the registration, could it be done that way?

    • The Q400 paint kit is made as a layered PSD file. you edit the files using what ever tool you are comfortable with, then export the complete texture files as BMPs. The converter tool then uses the BMPs to create the ttx files. So yes, if you were able to work with BMPs then you could do it, however you would be loosing the ability to work with layers.

    • As a side note, Photoshop CS2 Version 9 is available as a free download (totally legal...released by Adobe) and with that you could work with the layered PSDs. You could even use it to simply open the PSD files, set up the layers to your liking, then export to BMP to work with your existing tools that you are already comfortable using. Just a thought...

    • I'll need to try Photoshop as suggested. My old Paint Shop Pro is even older than my old computer! - Kenneth

  • fantastic and beautiful plane ! Thank you so much! I was once passenger in the real one !

  • Super. This was totally unexpected. Will work nice at the new Tomtom Airpark in the Turkey Creek scenery pack, as a visitor, of course. Thanks.


    Ray

  • A very nice achievement! Thank you so much! ;-)