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Matt, Thanks mate, to be honest I was hoping that you might answer. Yeah, I have the fs9 AS350 (ND version) paintkit and it leaves a lot to be desired. Thanks for the info on the EC120 kit though, I will have to join the Hovercontrol Forums me thinks.
Trev, Yes it did escape my attention. I have been out of the "hobby" for almost that long and hadn't realized they had gone out of business so to speak. Thanks for the information. Under those circumstances, I don't suppose you know anyone who is able to make layered paint kits by any chance?
Apparently this is the place to leave requests and suggestions for past, present and future product improvement so here is mine, as a painter. Can we please get proper layered (PSP or PSD) blank textures for the aircraft, if not with the aircraft itself for downloading from the ND website. Even though some models come with blank textures, they are predominately BMP templates and only with partial aircraft outlines at that. The ND aircraft are great models without a doubt; however, they are let down very badly by the current blank textures for us painters.
Have searched the forums for an answer but wasn't able to find one hence this post. In short, are there a layered (PSP or PSD) blank textures for the following aircraft: AS350 (FS9) s76 (FS9) EC120 (FS9) If so, can some please post a link to them or tell me where to find them. On that point though, is it possible for ND to have their paint kits available for download in the "Support Section" of their site or some where on their site? Cheers, wombat457