@Walvis i meant that you know how to do a proper one, if you make a one as you said, it will be a bit ugly ya know?
@Thisairplanesucks Put the engines on hindges and use the roll, yaw and pitch inputs to move the engines in the direction you want.
@Walvis hey, do u know how to do vectoring thrust?
Just noticed that my f4u is in this video at 0:43 lol, thanks for helping me with my afterburner!
Thanks For Teaching Me That Was Helpful. <3
so creative lmao
Nice. very helpful
the first time ive genuinely laughed at a video on sp
What is that editor? It looks so good!
hey that plane in the first part didn’t look too bad, can we have a link?
@Walvis if you want tups for more advances tutorials, I could help you with it (especially everything around part efficiency)
@NightmareCorporation The whole recording and editing proces was about 4 to 6 hours.
Also how long do you take to edit this?
You can also use light as Afterburner (the flame)
Not only when you turn it don't change the shape of the afterburner because it's light (it's only happens for scaled Afterburner)
It's also easy to customize
And it doesn't require fuel at all
You can check it here so you can understand what I'm saying,
This reminds me of a Zefrank1 video, funny at times, yet educational and informative! Perfectly formatted, excellent video.
The editing on this is a cinematic masterpiece