Repaint Tutorial (now with Colour-Code Wireframe) - How To Repaint Fernbus

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  • Hi there,


    I thought a tutorial showing you how to make your own repaint may be of use, so here it is.


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    I hope it helps :)




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    UPDATE
    To DOWNLOAD this repaint click here:


    I hope it helps


    In an attempt to make repaints easier I have created a colour-coded wireframe see here:

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    It's not 100% finished yet but if enough people want it and hit the like button I will finish it properly, do the other coach and upload both here.


    If it's not useful then OK no worries :)