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How Do You Make a Realistic Fighter Plane Body?

326 GREYWOLF4802  6 months ago

I have some fighter planes I built a while back, I really like them, but I built them with blocks, and now I want an upgrade for them, please give me suggestions or point me to a tutorial video to help make these planes more realistic. Thank you very much, and if you do help me I will make it worth your while.

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    @IssaIwan Thank you that is very helpful.

    6 months ago
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    532 IssaIwan

    What I do for my fighters is I start with one of the engines and build it based off the engine shape. I'm sure most people do that. Also for the fuselage shape being realistic I use the manual corner editor and make the inner corners hard and the outer corners smooth, curved, or circular.

    6 months ago
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    @blueangelproduction This is very helpful I really like the step by step direction.

    +1 6 months ago
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    @GreatHenry @GREYWOLF4802 Don't let your dreams be dreams

    +1 6 months ago
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    6,937 Falken

    Download a plane you like
    Break it into parts
    And check the parts it use .

    +2 6 months ago
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    26.5k CRJ900Pilot

    I usually start with the nose and work my way back, then do wings and other stuff when that is completely finished. Using pictures of the plane and blueprints helps too

    +3 6 months ago
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    Using more fuselage blocks is a good start.

    +2 6 months ago
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    24.7k Z3RO

    get good

    +1 6 months ago
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    51.4k Tessemi

    Put in effort.

    +2 6 months ago
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    Use fuselage blocks and use blueprints.
    If you don't know what to do, look at the blueprints, the blueprints will show you de wae.

    +1 6 months ago
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    3,407 GreatHenry

    Just
    Do
    It

    +2 6 months ago
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    3,090 StallFlight

    You could also try to panel.

    6 months ago
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    Steps;
    1- Make a fuselage block,
    2. Make two corners hard, two circular
    3. Rotate using sliders (Hard corners parallel to the ground.)
    4. Try making a nose cone out of progressively smaller fuselage blocks.
    5. Make a body behind that, Ending in a circular end for an engine

    something like that should work

    +6 6 months ago
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    @LusK I know that I need something more specific than that but thanks for trying at least a little.

    6 months ago
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    3,461 LusK

    Try using fuselage blocks

    +2 6 months ago