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#21 Notta Brit

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Posted 11 May 2004 - 03:45 AM

Can you do an Me-410 Greg?:)

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Posted 11 May 2004 - 08:15 AM

The Ki-46 IS a Mitsubishi (is that stupid or what?), and I'll do an Me-410 in a couple of weeks. I'm moving right now and will be pretty busy for a short, intense while. Doing these was just fun ... but the fun wears off after 20+ aircraft. Also, these are saved at 100 pixels per inch. They look MUCH better in CAD with no pixel count to worry about.

I'll do the 410 and try to put a decently realistic camo scheme on it.

I have about 20 half-complted drawings of various sorts on the hard disk, and they have been languishing almost solely due to moving and helping my brother-in-law through a statistics course instead of wasting time drawing airplanes ... Airplanes are MUCH more fun than statistics, but I'm an engineer and good at statstics. That doomed me from the start.

No way to say "No" gracefully ... The course is now over, thankfully. So ... just moving to complete. Then, back to drawing a few planes. Maybe some obscure planes or some more modern planes.

Just please don't ask for WWI stuff. I have no interest in WWI aircraft except maybe the Fokker D.VII. Too much like flying junkpiles except for the Christmas Bullet. It was just a junkpile that couldn't fly at all. The Barling was a close second to the Bullet ... and was WAY uglier.

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Posted 13 May 2004 - 03:57 AM

OK thanks. Admin, can you post the page with the later drawings on it? D'ya know who's winning the election thing?

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Posted 25 May 2004 - 01:48 AM

GregP, nice stuff. i would say the WWI aircraft are not ugly as they were just able to fly for the most part, but some were nice. Any chance you have files on a P-38 or P-61? I know it would be a big long shot for a Halifax or Liberator Mk IV [:P]

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Posted 04 June 2004 - 10:47 PM

Added the 3rd page with amigojeff 's sketches!
  • Caudron 714
  • Chinese CR-32
  • Chinese Hawk 75
  • I-16
  • Macchi C200S
  • SM-79 "Sparviero"
  • Re.2001
  • Mc.202
Thanks to amigojeff!!! :D

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#26 i16stealth

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Posted 03 August 2004 - 04:31 PM

quote:Originally posted by Admin

Added the 3rd page with amigojeff 's sketches!

  • Caudron 714
  • Chinese CR-32
  • Chinese Hawk 75
  • I-16
  • Macchi C200S
  • SM-79 "Sparviero"
  • Re.2001
  • Mc.202
Thanks to amigojeff!!! :D


Thanks for the "Ishak"! :)

#27 cpm

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Posted 04 August 2004 - 07:10 AM

Great work. Any chance of some more French fighters of WWII and also the He-162, the Beaufighter and the Shiden?

quote:Originally posted by GregP

The Ki-46 IS a Mitsubishi (is that stupid or what?), and I'll do an Me-410 in a couple of weeks. I'm moving right now and will be pretty busy for a short, intense while. Doing these was just fun ... but the fun wears off after 20+ aircraft. Also, these are saved at 100 pixels per inch. They look MUCH better in CAD with no pixel count to worry about.

I'll do the 410 and try to put a decently realistic camo scheme on it.

I have about 20 half-complted drawings of various sorts on the hard disk, and they have been languishing almost solely due to moving and helping my brother-in-law through a statistics course instead of wasting time drawing airplanes ... Airplanes are MUCH more fun than statistics, but I'm an engineer and good at statstics. That doomed me from the start.

No way to say "No" gracefully ... The course is now over, thankfully. So ... just moving to complete. Then, back to drawing a few planes. Maybe some obscure planes or some more modern planes.

Just please don't ask for WWI stuff. I have no interest in WWI aircraft except maybe the Fokker D.VII. Too much like flying junkpiles except for the Christmas Bullet. It was just a junkpile that couldn't fly at all. The Barling was a close second to the Bullet ... and was WAY uglier.



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Posted 26 October 2004 - 07:11 PM

quote:Originally posted by Admin

Added the 3rd page with amigojeff 's sketches!

  • Caudron 714
  • Chinese CR-32
  • Chinese Hawk 75
  • I-16
  • Macchi C200S
  • SM-79 "Sparviero"
  • Re.2001
  • Mc.202
Thanks to amigojeff!!! :D

Hello,
where can i find those sketches?
thx

#29 Romantic Technofreak

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Posted 26 October 2004 - 10:55 PM

Hello Vinch,

Go to page one of this topic. The Forum Administrator installed a [u]click here</u> link in his first post. Do that. You receive 3 pages of drawings.

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#30 Romantic Technofreak

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Posted 24 November 2004 - 04:05 AM

Dear Friends,

I would like to share with you this nice Japanese site

http://www.warbirds....y/airpre01.html

that shows a multitude of small images of the most frequent and weirdest WWII types, together with older and modern ones. Somewhere they write they are free to use (but beware of using the An-225 as personal picture:D)!




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