[AIRCRAFT] F-16a Repaint

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[AIRCRAFT] F-16a Repaint

Post by Blackhawk11223344 » Sun Sep 21, 2014 5:40 pm

Hello, this is my repaint of the F-16a, I tried to rename it and the user but couldn't get it to work. So I will leave a link to the page of which this aircraft is from.

Credits:Iceman and any other creators of the HQP:GAC pack

Repaint: https://www.mediafire.com/?aomrizh4pqs4ol1
HQP:GAC: http://ysfhq.com/downloads.html (select HQP:GAC and it will download the pack)
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If I missed any of the credits please post below.
The only thing I take credit for it the repaint.
Installation: Drag the dnm folder I repainted and replace with the original (It would be smart to back up the original dnm.)
The user folder is named HQP:GAC.
This is only my second repaint, I'm not that good with Blender, please no negative feedback.
If I missed anything pleasepost below what I missed.

Picture: http://imgur.com/SrmvTqe
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Re: [AIRCRAFT] F-16a Repaint

Post by Iceman » Sun Sep 21, 2014 5:59 pm

When you export your DNM files from Blender, make sure the transparent SRFs are children of the parent body.srf in the stack. That'll get rid of that see-through effect (:
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Re: [AIRCRAFT] F-16a Repaint

Post by Blackhawk11223344 » Sun Sep 21, 2014 7:53 pm

Thanks :) for me it has always had that see through effect.
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