|Category ||Skins Xtra › Custom Skins|
|Submitted by ||b34856|
|Author's Name |
|Filesize ||324 KB|
|Historical / Semi Historical ||No|
|Markings: Blank Included? ||No|
|Credits: Template By ||willyvic, and internals inside the template by FBS. Thanks, guys!|
|Markings: Historical? ||The markings are US|
|Credits: Markings ||Came with template|
Sun Dec 19, 2010 3:28 am
A very colorful skin for the P-51D, 2nd in the "Colorful Planes" Series, and my 2nd skin ever
This colorful P-51 D skin has alternating yell and green on top, an the bottom it is orange except for the bottom of the wings, which is red on one side an blue on the other, with the landing gear as opposite. It's made for fun, and not historic. I hope you like it! It was made using willyvic's P-51D aluminum template, which can be found here: http://mission4today.com/index.php?name=Downloads2&file=details&id=3067 It includes internals by FBS. It is an amazing template, and I would recommend it to anyone thinking about skinning a P-51D, for sure. I probably didn't do it justice.
This is my 2nd skin in my "Colorful Planes" series, not to mention my 2nd skin ever. The first is an Avia B-534, which can be found here: http://mission4today.com/index.php?name=Downloads2&file=details&id=6145. After this I might do a B-17 G, and then I'll have to suck it up and learn how to make some "real" skins :).
Hope you have fun with it!
For info on use and other important info check the ReadMe!
Please leave reviews!... Please
I love to fly in "airshows" or fly races, and this skin is perfect for those! It would look great in an online race, or anything! I became an "Ace in a day" with this skin!
And what is one more skin? All you have to do is click that download button. And you'll love the skin!
Very nice work! Thank's and Happy New Year. Bye
As a kid, there was this 'flying professor' stunt pilot that did the air show circuit, flying a yellow piper cub. The skit was this man thought he could learn to fly from just reading a book. The pilot would do this Chaplin act and interact with the announcer before the crowd on the flight line. (He was usually the act before the 'Blue Angels' - F11-F's). Then proceed to do some amazing incredibly skilled flying stunts while appearing to be wildly out of control. (like Frank Tallman's stunt flying the twin Beechcraft in 'Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World' (1963). This P-51 D skin reminds me of a clown costume. Thanks.
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