I'm pretty sure one can access the AircraftDesigns folder on Android. Simply ender the device's file manager/archive folder app and then go into the phone storage section, then Android, then data, then look for 'com.Jundroo.SimplePlanes', enter it and then touch the 'files' folder, 'AircraftDesigns' should be in there.
@AndrewGarrison how does one add the video player into the post via mobile?
The shaky wing is due to having the game set to low physics, medium to high physics should cancel out the problem, alternatively you can increase the aircraft's weight to mitigate this issue at low physics settings.
Gorgeous build by the way, this is amazing.
Finally i can make ornithopters without having to tiresomely drag the slider up and down, great job!!
Y'know, there were plans to make a Chinook into an aerial artillery platform that would fly to a location, land, and use the big howitzers mounted on its sides to rain hell on the enemy.
Eventually ideas spurred up to make it use the cannons while in flight, unfortunately it never got off the drawing board.
This takes it a step further, and you gave this aircraft a lovely design, great work!
It veers to the right just like the real things did back in the day, I see that as inadvertent authenticity rather than a flaw.
@ThomasRoderick OOHH!! I thought you were referring to my profile pic, not the aircraft design, yes it's inspired by those aircraft, and other real life ducted fan vtols like the Curtis Wright X-100 and the Bell X-22
@Gameboy21 drop-down menu button on the corner should show a lost of things like forum and airplanes and your profile, in that list of options there's Videos, click on that and there should be a list of options that include create.
You need to have a verified YouTube channel with a video related to simple planes posted so you can copy and paste the link.
@Heihachi I actually have, is pretty sturdy!
I'm impressed with the way you executed those tracks.
I remember when you made this as a submission for a jet trainer challenge, nice to see it repurposed.
Finally a working Talon that actually looks the part!
I'm FRIGGIN screaming so hard right now! that fenestron is incredibly well done! GREAT JOB!!
I swear to god!
@ThomasRoderick Ah, yeah I already use that method on all engine types, I thought that fuel consumption could be directly edited as a separate XML function.
Does Brown Dog know about these replicas, he'd really love these.
America's Next Generation Fighter!
Very well done!!!
Looks like something from "GI JOE"
Not a blended-wing-body, not a flying wing, what category would this airframe fit into?
Regardless this is very well made and i love this, great work!
She's Gorgeous!! I love this so much.
That's one massive gun.
Star Fox, anyone?
You're a friggin genius!
When the F-18 marries an F-14, it looks fantastic I friggin love it, shame my device can't handle it, I wish this game also came on the switch so I could try out aircraft with higher parts like this
Bro this looks fantastic!
Here it is
My pitbull/labrador mix.
I've been experimenting with xml values for ages to see if I can mix two different inputs into a rotator to no avail, maybe having programming experience would help out a lot.
Two rotators, one for pitch and one for roll, you attach either one onto the other and attach the assembly onto your desired location, then the wing, or tail, or engine, or propeller onto the free end, as seen in the video above, the result is having that attached part respond to two inputs.
@CptJacobson the little buddy in my profile picture? That's my Pitbull/Labrador pup, her name is Kikie and I took that pic after I had just found her wandering the streets, she's doing great and is in better care now.
And as for the app I used, it's an Android app called screen recorder, a free straight-to-the-point app with no ads.
Here's the link; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kimcy929.screenrecorder
Woooo!!! My first video in this site!
Nice parasol wing!
What recording software you got?
Also neat truck!
Super good for the part count, great job!
@Ambarveis I didn't see that as being rude, don't worry. The new update kinda does away with the need to make a mechanically functional swash plate for recreating genuine rotorcraft anyways. Though I doubt that'll stop people from making their own from scratch.
@Ambarveis what do you recommend?
Accurately built and low on parts, great work.
@DJS8Corporations yeah I'm not really fond of gyros for conventional rotorcraft.
That's exactly right.
It genuinely reminds me of an Su-47/PAK-FA mix, great work!
@RamboJutter yeah the F-4 has an anhedral flat v-tail, though still rather clear from the exhaust.
If anything, a t-tail or a cruciform tail would do the trick. I really like the plane's current looks btw.
It looks really neat, but what bothers me about it is that the vtail is right in the exhaust stream of the two top engines, a very prominent flaw if it were to be a real aircraft.
@LiamW at the very least make a variant of the design with a shallow v-tail, just for the lols.
I never new this thing even existed.
Nice job on it though!
I knew someone was bound to do something like this at one point! Good work!
Reminds me of that hypersonic glider NASA tested a while back. I really like the scheme.
It's a miracle you didn't call it the scorpion. Great job!