Livery recreation of FA-116 rocking the amazing tigermeet scheme for NTM 2018 in Poznan, Poland.
This livery is a super accurate recreation of the scheme and contains all kinds of nice details, including reinforcement plates and missing panels!
** FIRST LIVERY TO HAVE MY NEW NOZZLE TEXTURE**
This livery is the first livery to also feature the option of having a dark or light nose and a dirty or clean gun port!
This amazing tigerdesign was made by Peter Verheyen en Johan Wolfs and recreated down to the rivets by me, with help from Peter Verheyen.
In this livery you will find the Reinforcement plates found on BAF jets, my all new nozzle textures to make it resemble a PW engine more and photo-real weathering.
The skin is a collaboration between myself and "Wolfthrower" who did an incredible job on creating every stencil, down to the panel numbers for we which we had more than 4 months of research, material gathering and asset creation.
The exchange of ideas and expertise helped this project to achieve the highest level of quality we can provide for a viper skin.
This skin features:
*Accurate representation of the Tigerscheme with custom roughmets
*FIRST SKIN to feature my new Nozzle Textures (normals, roughmets, albedo)
* ALL BAF Reinforcement or Stiffener plates, added into the Normal maps
*Photo-accurate weathering of FA-116, with highly detailed roughmets, giving it the typical Viper shine.
* Added missing panels all across the aircraft, most notably between the ventral fins.
* Custom PW-like nozzle with normal maps
* Custom normal map for a more worn look
* completely redone external cockpit texture
* over 120 Vector decals and labels correctly placed in their real life locations.
* 521 panel number labels. individually placed in their correct real life places.
* glare shield labels and bolts placed in their real life locations. matching roughmet's and newly created normal map.
*New ejection seat texture
*Custom fuel tanks and Pylons
*Little easter eggs ;)
*Manual with detailed instructions, special thanks and changelog