I thought it is "Mild thrust vectoring for turning".JohnR said:The comment to the left of the forward fuselage, does it say "mod thrust vectoring for ramming"?
Gildasd said:I don't like the Wyvern, it's an accountant's plane, not a pilots or an engineer's plane - if you get what I mean.
Better canopy, better wing, much better landing gear.Skyblazer said:Splendid concept and artwork. Looking forward to more!
Just to repeat something that's been already said: why call it a "turboprop Spiteful" when it's really only a turboprop Spitfire?
Yes and noPaulMM (Overscan) said:I think you are missing the point: the Spiteful is quite different to the Spitfire particularly in the wing. Your design has a Spitfire wing, not a Spiteful wing.
Yeah, the cockpit is bit off...Placing it is tough because the engines are quite close.CiTrus90 said:Beautiful drawings, I really envy the talent of being able to draw free hand!
I suppose the prop shaft would operate much like on the P-39, but, if I may suggest a little change, looking at the 3 view of the progetto caccia Bellomo I think the cockpit should be moved slightly towards the rear in your rendition.
I'll rename it "The truly remarkable artwork of Gildas".Skyblazer said:May I suggest a rebadging of this topic, since apparently you've elected to present, not just your "Spiteful" but also other examples of your truly remarkable artwork? Something like "The artwork of Gildasd" or something in the same flair for instance.