Under the motivation of @dezzey since his creation of the "Greater Toronto Area Transit Paint Jobs", I decided to give paint job creation a try. Here's the result: a few random Canadian Transit liveries. I tried to make them close to the actual liveries on the New Flyer D40LF, but some of them might not be so accurate, as the DT40L is not the D40LF. Some of the warning signs might not be the exact ones used by the transit agency, and their logos are not included due to copyright reasons.
I have to apologize that the DDS compression sometimes made the images blurry, and even messy in some cases. I tried hard to fix the obvious graphics errors, but in some circumstances, the image is so messy, and/or the file won't save properly. As of now, all the liveries look fine from afar, and I don't think you would want to do any extreme close-ups anyways. But if you have any experiences on how to export DDS properly, I would appreciate if you could share it here. Thank you!
Please note that I'm only intending on doing the liveries present on the NEW FLYER D40LF (and D60LF when the DT60L is officially released). Liveries on other buses are not intended as of now.
@dezzey: Warning signs, motivation.
Various Canadian Transit Agencies: Original liveries.
Paint.net: ".dds" creations.
GIMP 2 with DDS plugin: various fixes on the faulty ".dds".
Installation: Follow this: https://wiki.beamng.com/index.php?title=How_to_install_mods&redirect=no
Previews of Contents:
Halifax Transit (with replica logos):
Red Deer Transit:
West Vancouver Transit:
I hope you'll have fun.