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Re: Lucas1997 YSF Hangar

Posted: Sat Jul 16, 2016 8:56 am
by MrFunnybone
That retro livery in the middle with the teal green cheatline is actually the old Republic Airlines Livery, I think. Anyways You should do more retro paints, I think YS needs more of those 8-) I always liked the Md-80-dc-9 family too
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Re: Lucas1997 YSF Hangar

Posted: Sat Jul 16, 2016 9:42 am
by dbd000
I think this is the one you are probably looking for.

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Re: Lucas1997 YSF Hangar

Posted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 1:39 pm
by lorDuckFeet
Thank you for research information and images suggestions MrFunnybone and dbd000!
I made this logo from EVA Air, it takes about 50 minutes (Oh god! :lol: ), anyway it's already finished ;) . good looking.
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I may do more repaints for MD-80/MD-90. (to MD-80 will come as final service pack 3)
Happy Flying.

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Re: Lucas1997 YSF Hangar

Posted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 4:09 pm
by Turbofan
Lucas, are you going to do any repaints on the high-detail MD 82? Would love to see American on there.

Re: Lucas1997 YSF Hangar

Posted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 6:05 pm
by lorDuckFeet
Turbofan wrote:Lucas, are you going to do any repaints on the high-detail MD 82? Would love to see American on there.
Yes sir! On the non animated version I will do the paint of AA (including the TWA and AA Scheme).
But after I plan to release to the Boneyard to someone do the animations and whatever this people (that take it) want to do. :D

Finished the Lion Air MD-90 (I made some stocks of logos - PS: I forgot to check Decaff's Logo Kit)
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Re: Lucas1997 YSF Hangar

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2016 9:40 am
by lorDuckFeet
July 27
NWA DC-9-41 and Ghana Airways DC-9-51
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Re: Lucas1997 YSF Hangar

Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2016 12:16 pm
by Monoceros
Awesome! I once took a DC-9-41 NorthWest from Florida to Tennessee on a bunk engine. It suffered a minor power loss on takeoff but we were able to fly safely still. Once we landed in Tennessee we switched to a 757 NorthWest.