[PACK] THAI AIRWAYS

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[PACK] THAI AIRWAYS

Post by AdityaB » Fri May 27, 2016 10:49 am

*thought*....result:

@ProPilot275 here it is :) , Happy Birthday :)
you to Quan Vo :)

On request of/by ProPilot275, I repainted decaff's B787 and TF58's A320, B747, Najmi's A330, A380, and Neil/takaty's B777 into Thai Airways Livery.
This came out real quick, request was presented just yesterday evening! :D

This was my best shot. :)
But, I am myself unhappy with the paints, sorry :oops:
if someone is ready to paint better schemes over this...please go ahead :)
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A330 Thai

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A320 Thai

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B787 Thai

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B777 Thai

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B747 Thai (my computer graphics are low, so you can not see the windows, but they are there)

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A380 Thai
Point to be noted: although i had a B737-400 from hamdhan, it doesnt import properly into blender, so did not add that.....
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1) B787 decaff
2) A320, B747 TF58
3) A330, A380 NajmiCreative
4) B777 Neil/takaty
5) Decaff's decals
6) Google for background images :mrgreen:
7) most of all, all those who helped me learn blender

And everyone in this forum :)
Download Thai Airways Fleet:
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1) Anyone who seeks to repaint/mod aircraft...
a) ...repainted by me, please ask the original authors mentioned in the thread's and packs for permission.
b) ...modded or created from scratch by me, please inform or just give due credits to the original authors.
2) Anyone who seeks to edit a scenery of mine, please inform and give due credits me before you release them.

I guess this would apply elsewhere too. ;)
For any aircraft by anybody, please do mention due credits.
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1) i will be greatful to the server, if they install the aircraft/pack on their servers :)

Thanks a lot
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Happy flying :)

:oops: brickbats always welcome :)
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To be frank.....i could not get this design:
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(8.35 KiB) Not downloaded yet
i am talking about the curves, and how they are cut... :)

if you understood well, and good :)
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Re: [PACK] THAI AIRWAYS

Post by Turbofan » Fri May 27, 2016 11:35 am

Great work there Aditya, but just one observation: I think the Thai symbol on the fuselage on all the aircraft should be facing the other way on the left side (next to the titles). Also, it should be before the titles, not after them. Take a look:

380

777

This is only on the left side, the right side is done correctly. Looking forward to flying these :).
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Re: [PACK] THAI AIRWAYS

Post by Richard Vo » Fri May 27, 2016 11:49 am

Those looks nice! :D
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Re: [PACK] THAI AIRWAYS

Post by ProPilot275 » Fri May 27, 2016 11:50 am

I'm very appreciate, @AdityaB! Thank you so much! :)
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Re: [PACK] THAI AIRWAYS

Post by AdityaB » Fri May 27, 2016 12:06 pm

Turbofan wrote:Great work there Aditya, but just one observation: I think the Thai symbol on the fuselage on all the aircraft should be facing the other way on the left side (next to the titles). Also, it should be before the titles, not after them. Take a look:

380

777

This is only on the left side, the right side is done correctly. Looking forward to flying these :).
:shock: oooooo
I did not know that!

What Recce have I done, damn!

Thanks for letting me know :)

Will upload rectified ones soon :)
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