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SR-71 Blackbird, Potato Edition

196k SledDriver  3.6 years ago
783 downloads
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Note: not a replica.

Is your device a potato? Would you still like to fly an SR-71? Well, here you go.



Controls

  • Custom camera 1: Cockpit view
  • AG1: Afterburner
  • AG2: High agility mode
  • FireGuns: Fire plasma cannons

General Characteristics

  • Successors 1 airplane(s)
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 197.8ft (60.3m)
  • Length 338.8ft (103.3m)
  • Height 55.7ft (17.0m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 217,347lbs (98,587kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.93
  • Wing Loading 21.9lbs/ft2 (107.2kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 9,902.8ft2 (920.0m2)
  • Drag Points 131223

Parts

  • Number of Parts 323
  • Control Surfaces 9
  • Performance Cost 1,331
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    Hey I have an iPad too! @BroWassup

    one year ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @enzoBoeing757 I'm not just "great at generating shapes." I'm great at creativity and original thinking. You can look at my earlier work that was made without scripts, you can see that I was building smooth shapes, using fuselage blocks in creative and original ways, even then.

    The scripts don't do anything other than increase the efficiency of the process of turning an idea into the final product. It's like a sculptor who develops a mechanical tool that lets him carve stone quicker and easier. It's not as if the tool is doing the sculpting for him, or coming up with creative ideas. You can buy a piano Beethoven used, but that won't make you Beethoven.

    +1 2.6 years ago
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    @SledDriver you are great at generating shapes. But what are the basics to get me started in making really smooth and well generated shapes other than scripts?

    2.6 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @enzoBoeing757 Yeah, but then you have to save every subassembly you want to scale as a separate build, scale it, then save it as a subassembly again, and so on.

    +1 2.6 years ago
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    @SledDriver if you dont want to use multi select but you want to scale something that has 183883 parts, just disable the scale selected parts only which can be found in the scale.

    2.6 years ago
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    @SledDriver i agree. I had so many parts with a drone and i have to click on every part and the challenge is not to move any! Otherwise its all jacked up

    2.6 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @enzoBoeing757 I usually don't like scaling things or using Fine Tuner, because its way of multi-select is very tedious - click on every single part you want to select. I work with subassemblies of several hundred parts, so that would get tiring very quickly.

    +1 2.6 years ago
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    @SledDriver also if its nano tiny planes, you can hardly see it the smaller it gets. And there is a limit in zooming. So if the tiny fuselage planes are very very very (more than 757 verys) tiny, you wont be able to see it.
    But if you have access to the fine tuner, you can resize them to any size
    If it is multi parts and you want them all to be same size, use the multi select. But it will cause them to stay in the same position and causing them to look like all disconnected. So i recommend turning off the(scale only selected parts) and it wont look disconnected and jacked up. But if you dont like it, its okay.

    2.6 years ago
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    @SledDriver yeah. So i tried making a flying torpedo using torpedo and fuselage. But the problems are
    1: its way too small for the cockpit to fit in
    2: when i try to put the fuselage inside the torpedo, it will overshoot
    3: if i try adding wings and propulsion, it just wont work.
    So i resized the torpedo and i made it fly!

    2.6 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @enzoBoeing757 Yeah. The problem with using really small fuselage blocks is that the attachment "regions" get bigger than the blocks themselves, so attaching blocks together becomes a real problem -- they go "through" the block you're actually trying to attach them to, and stick to a block behind them.

    +1 2.6 years ago
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    @SledDriver i agree. When i tried making an interceptor made from fuselages, i made it same size by accident and i can hardly make a wing so small and even with fuselages, i made them small enough. But i made it

    2.6 years ago
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    Patata editionso good for mobile

    +1 2.9 years ago
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    @Nerfenthusiast agree

    2.9 years ago
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    Love how you said potato edition

    +3 3.2 years ago
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    32.2k tsampoy

    @SledDriver Oh, ok.
    Now I get it!

    +1 3.2 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    Glad to hear that, @Jetliner101

    +1 3.5 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @Jetliner101 There are lots of advantages to big builds. They look smoother, and are better for recording videos, better for dogfighting with, easier to work with, can shoot large bombs and bullets more plausibly, and size is part of the reason I can build so rapidly.

    +27 3.5 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @TimeTraveler No worries, I know that feeling.

    +1 3.6 years ago
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    6,493 Sided_Ace

    @SledDriver again, I’m sorry, I’ve been stressed and been dealing with stupid people with no brain, my fault for assuming, I will delete the comment

    3.6 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @TimeTraveler I didn't say anything about getting mad...

    +2 3.6 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @TimeTraveler like a potato famine?

    +1 3.6 years ago
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    6,493 Sided_Ace

    244 downloads?? It’s spreading like the famin- oh wait

    3.6 years ago
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    196k SledDriver

    @123Planebuilder Well, check out my other weapon systems if you haven't already. There's a bunch of links in my profile.

    +1 3.6 years ago
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    @sleddriver i love them but thats fine

    3.6 years ago
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    569 BroWassup

    Just for my iPad!

    3.6 years ago
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