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Old 09-06-2021, 09:00 PM
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Tonight ecardmodels has released my first two liveries of the Dc-9!
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I hope you enjoy them!

Meanwhile, the Hughes Airwest livery is very advanced and will be ready to upload maybe tomorrow. By the way, the one I'm painting, N9348, it's a Dc-9-15 even if it has just one set of doors over the wings.
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Old 09-08-2021, 07:59 AM
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The Hughes Airwest texture has been finished!
It will be uploaded in a few minutes and published in a few days. Meanwhile I made a change on my "do to" list, swaping the Viasa livery with the N90C prototype, the first Dc-9 plane to fly. As long as I know, it's the only Dc-9 with the wings painted in another color that it's not gray and silver. This one has an interesting scheme in red, white and blue!
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Old 09-09-2021, 09:18 AM
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I expect to finish the N90C tomorrow. It was the second prototype, and for a few time it carried one very big pitot under each wing.
You can see here the white, red and blue paint, even on the stabilizers and wings, and the word "experimental" near the number one door.
Being a demostration plane, it won't be "dirty", nor have the smoke and oil marks over the rear section, but it will include the shadows on the fuselage and mobile sections.

Meanwhile the Laser and Spantax textures are already available in ecardmodels, and Hughes Airwest is uploaded but not available yet.
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Old 09-10-2021, 07:14 AM
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Current state of the proyect: N90C is 3/5 done, it could be uploaded tomorrow to ecardmodels. Dc-9-30 is in process, the first one will be in Binter livery.
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Old 09-11-2021, 09:18 AM
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The Hughes Airwest livery is available in ecardmodels Shop Models - EcardModels

The sales have been slower that I hoped, so I've decreased the amount of liveries and versions that I'll release. I'm still developing the Dc-9-30, but I'll jump straight to the Md-81/82.
The pictures show the current state of my models. The N90C (Dc-9 2nd prototype) will be uploaded this afternoon or tomorrow.
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Old 09-11-2021, 09:35 AM
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No chance of Aeromexico DC-9? I think it'll rise your sales.
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Old 09-15-2021, 10:40 AM
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Well, the sales are going up. Thanks.
The Dc-9 protype is waiting for a placement verifications before uploading.

I'm starting with the Dc-9-30 / C-9 / Dc-9-30F versions. Here I'm placing some liveries I could do. Which one would you like to build? (Just giving names but never taking a scissor is not valid)
The changes between the -10 and -30 versions will be:
Longer fuselage (in process)
Longer/wider wing (in process)
Slighty changed wing fairing (not yet)
Slighty internal reinforcements changes (not yet)
Splitting the fuselage tube just ahead of the wing (not yet)
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Old 09-17-2021, 09:08 PM
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The 2nd Dc-9 prototype, N90C, has been uploaded, it will be published in a few days. This ends the -10 version.
Meanwhile the -30 version is being drawn. I have placed some possible liveries that I could do. So far the only definitive is Binter Canarias. Which one would you like to assemble? Which one do you want to have?
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Old 09-21-2021, 05:39 PM
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The 2nd prototype of the Dc-9 has been published in ecardmodels, ending the -10 liveries.
The -30 model is advancing. The ETA is this friday to finish the first livery (Binter Canarias), to start inmediately to do the C-9 Nigthtingale with the fattened tail tip.
Once finished both liveries, comes the phisical beta test and later, the rest of them (12 so far including Dc-9-30, C-9, VC-9 and Dc-9-30F). As allways, the amount of liveries depends of the sales.
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Old 09-25-2021, 10:19 AM
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Dc-9-30 is almost finished, just remain to do the internal reinforcements of the wing.

Same with the Binter livery, today will be printed and started to assemble. Tomorrow I'll start (and probably end) the C-9 Nigthingale.

The picture shows the lenght difference between the -10 and -30 versions. The -30 wing is bigger too, six mm each, so it won't be seen in the picture, but they were fully redone.
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