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User Artwork / Re: Kogiken Plan II
« Last post by BAROBA on Today at 01:55:42 pm »
Nice work :)
Keep them coming :)
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User Artwork / Re: My Aviation art
« Last post by BAROBA on Today at 01:53:52 pm »
Thanks for the feedback guys, much appreciated :)

@silencer,
The wheels on the F-18 are indeed not completely round. They are built from a low amount of polygons.
The whole plane is just 10,000 polygons ( triangles) and was intended to be used in a game. ( but that never happened)
In a game you will never see the wheels close-up, and usually they are in shadows. Also when the wheels are rotating, you wouldn't see the too low amount of polygons anyway.
If it was for a modern game, the wheels would need to have some more details, but 5 years ago, the wheels would be fine. Modern games have a much higher polygon-count then this old model. (50,000 to 75,000)

Cheers,

Rob
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User Artwork / Re: CANSA FC.22A
« Last post by hesham on Today at 06:26:29 am »
My dear Zeroc,

I am still confuse,was there CANSA FC.22 or not ?.
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Propulsion / Re: Adaptive Versatile Engine Technology (ADVENT)
« Last post by flateric on September 23, 2017, 09:35:16 pm »
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Alternative History and Future Speculation / Re: Bundeswehr Harriers
« Last post by Foo Fighter on September 23, 2017, 06:34:34 am »
Facts please.
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British Pathe newsreel footage of the Duo-6 (NX962Y) demonstrating its ability to fly on one engine.

YouTube - British Pathé - "Safety Plane Flies On One Engine (1930-1939)"

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User Artwork / Re: Motocar's Cutaway drawings
« Last post by Motocar on September 22, 2017, 04:16:41 pm »
Repost Cutaway IUPFAN "Mapanare I"
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Alternative History and Future Speculation / Re: Bundeswehr Harriers
« Last post by r16 on September 22, 2017, 03:49:39 am »

"Flying death trap"?

the US Marines combining A-4 and helicopter pilots into the Harriers at first then opting to prefer jet pilots only . Or Harrier piloting being a real source bragging in the RAF because of its hardness and all .
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Designation Systems / Re: Czech Aero aircraft designations
« Last post by hesham on September 21, 2017, 02:58:15 pm »
Thank you my dear Apophenia.
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Designation Systems / Re: Czech Aero aircraft designations
« Last post by Apophenia on September 21, 2017, 02:03:48 pm »
The Aero A-211 was indeed an A-11 development (the 1928 prototype was converted from A-11.105) but it was a 2-seat trainer not a reconnaissance aircraft. The A-211 was powered by a 240 hp Walter Castor 7-cylinder radial. Built between 1931 and 1933, most sources list 18 airframes.
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