Believe it our not I have decided to get of my backside and make a halfway decent replica. I know surprising right? Well I did and here is the result it is 1:1 Scale and almost accurate speed. This may in fact be my best replica yet. With that in mind some semi sweet pics. Its bad side. Some extremely bad custom landing gear. Some tricky flying. Note: Congratilations to @Jetpackturtle for winning my guess the part count challenge.
- XjayIndustrys 4.7 years ago
- PlaneFlightX 4.7 years ago
- CillitBangGang 4.7 years ago
- ACEPILOT109 4.7 years ago
- TheCreatorandDestroyer99 4.7 years ago
- Successors 1 airplane(s)
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 126.9ft (38.7m)
- Length 129.9ft (39.6m)
- Height 42.6ft (13.0m)
- Empty Weight 61,454lbs (27,875kg)
- Loaded Weight 107,220lbs (48,634kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 1.257
- Wing Loading 78.2lbs/ft2 (381.7kg/m2)
- Wing Area 1,371.6ft2 (127.4m2)
- Drag Points 44137
- Number of Parts 251
- Control Surfaces 7
- Performance Cost 887
MY FAVORITE PLANE AND LIVERY
@Cvanimation Not quite the tail is to short and stubby and the landing gear is off but thank you!
The colors are a bit to bright and the text could have been better but other than that, a nice plane!
@ThePilotDude I agree its not amazing but its close to the best I am willing to do.
Cockpit looks a bit thicc
@Andrewtheplane I'd need to be macgyver to pull that off
Chill, not everyone can be a QingyuZhou xd
But yeah, this needs some work, especially in the area of LG's and wings. Good attempt at the complicated Southwest scheme
@BaconEggs Well then get yourself a green bean, some paper, and some matches, and send me the pic.
@Andrewtheplane but if I'm honest it looks like something you can make out of a green bean, some paper, and some matches
@BaconEggs I'll take that as a compliment
Good job with the paint job
Well you at least tried
I love the livery and details, but the tail could be smoothed out and the nose could be reworked, for flying, nice top speed, realistic handling. However, it is almost impossible to land, but that can be fixed easily by flaps.