Morebus X3 Reskin C400R

Repaints Morebus X3 Reskin C400R 2016-10-26

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ChubzPC

AKA Danny Blue - CT Plus Metrobus Driver
Jul 22, 2016
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Scania
ChubzPC submitted a new resource:

Morebus X3 Reskin C400R - X3 Reskin for London Citybus 400R

Morebus X3 Reskin for the London Citybus 400R by Rhys, Chris & Road-hog

This also include a retexture of the 'London' steering wheel badge to an 'Alexander Dennis' badge. (Not the same retexture as Nath16)

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Road-hog123

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@ChubzPC It seems I can't comment directly on your reply to my review, so I'll have to do it here instead, out of context...
I can't seem to find a picture of the interior of a More bus X3 bus, but I have reason to believe that the seat backs aren't made of Vanta Black... Essentially what you have to do to make a repaint realistic is to look at what you actually see and not what you think you see. The seat backs may be "black" but really they appear a dark grey, usually with lots of shades. Just taking the backs of the seats and lightening them up, even just a little bit, they'll look immediately much more like the real thing. The same can be said for white too, white paint is really a light grey again with lots of tones depending on how the light hits it. Hope this helps in some way. :)
 
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ChubzPC

AKA Danny Blue - CT Plus Metrobus Driver
Jul 22, 2016
74
Favourite Truck
Scania
@ChubzPC It seems I can't comment directly on your reply to my review, so I'll have to do it here instead, out of context...
I can't seem to find a picture of the interior of a More bus X3 bus, but I have reason to believe that the seat backs aren't made of Vanta Black... Essentially what you have to do to make a repaint realistic is to look at what you actually see and not what you think you see. The seat backs may be "black" but really they appear a dark grey, usually with lots of shades. Just taking the backs of the seats and lightening them up, even just a little bit, they'll look immediately much more like the real thing. The same can be said for white too, white paint is really a light grey again with lots of tones depending on how the light hits it. Hope this helps in some way. :)
Thanks for the advice :)