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 Forum: FD Scale Drawings  Topic: FD scale vehicle/aircraft request thread

 Post subject: Re: FD scale vehicle/aircraft request thread Posted: July 16th, 2019, 4:50 am 

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adenandy wrote: *
May I ask if anybody's got a copy of Whyme's fantastic drawing of the KAI-20 "Angara" please?

Many thanks chaps,

Andy.
Yes. Thank Eswube (I got it from him).

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 Forum: Beginners Only  Topic: Small Corvette

 Post subject: Re: Small Corvette Posted: July 9th, 2019, 12:35 pm 

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This is a fantastic first drawing. You have a properly sized combat suite, which can be rare in a first drawing. I look forward to seeing more.

 Forum: Parts Sheets Discussion  Topic: Planebucket

 Post subject: Re: Planebucket Posted: June 27th, 2019, 7:49 pm 

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I got the FB-23 and the Scorpion off of a sheet from dA, and got the T-X done from the best images I found: http://shipbucket.com/wiki/images/a/af/Boeing-SAAB_T-X.png http://shipbucket.com/wiki/images/2/2b/Northrop_Grumman_FB-23.png http://shipbucket.com/wiki/images/2/2e/Textron_AirLand_Scorpion.png...

 Forum: Real Designs  Topic: USS Oriskany

 Post subject: Re: USS Oriskany Posted: June 18th, 2019, 2:29 am 

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Any suggestions? Fantastic work. I would note however that the shape of the rudder, or rather the shape of the fixed section relative to the non-fixed section is a bit off: http://cizadlo.us/Shipbucket/sources/023482f.jpg I'd also note that the same series from navsource shows the zinc strips that ...

 Forum: FD Scale Drawings  Topic: FD scale Never Built Designs

 Post subject: Re: FD scale Never Built Designs Posted: May 25th, 2019, 7:39 pm 

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Bordkanone 75 wrote: *
Trex, for some reason, I'm unable to see what you were supposed to post, but then again, it might be my browser, so who knows.
You have to be logged into Secret Projects to see the attachments uploaded there. Trex hot-linked directly to said attachments rather than rehosting the files himself.

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: Nuclear attack sub challenge

 Post subject: Re: Nuclear attack sub challenge Posted: April 10th, 2019, 3:14 pm 

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Spectre by thegrumpykestrel: Similarly to my design, the influence of the Astute class is palpable. I like the four views, but something seems a bit off on the shading. In the top and front views. Easily one of the strongest entries into this challenge. Thegrumpykestrel has certainly shown that he k...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: Nuclear attack sub challenge

 Post subject: Re: Nuclear attack sub challenge Posted: April 6th, 2019, 6:57 pm 

Replies: 62
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Naiʻa Class SSN http://cizadlo.us/Shipbucket/SSN-13_%CA%BBAhi_2018_RC_7.png The Nai'a class submarines were developed out of the 1990s program to recapitalize the Royal Hawai'ian Navy's fleet. While the surface fleet got the Mâkaha class cruisers and the King class Frigates, the submarine force was...

 Forum: Non-Shipbucket Drawings  Topic: Spacebucket

 Post subject: Re: Spacebucket Posted: April 4th, 2019, 2:50 am 

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reytuerto wrote: *
Good afternoon, gentlemen.
I think that my memory could be betraying me. But I can swear that in the recent past (maybe 2 or 3 years) I saw a Saturn V rocket. Any help for this old man :roll: ? Cheers!
It's on the main site here.

 Forum: FD Scale Drawings  Topic: Cold War Strategic Bomber Challenge

 Post subject: Re: Cold War Strategic Bomber Challenge Posted: March 19th, 2019, 4:25 pm 

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Commentary! Garlic - As usual an entry that looks solid on first glance, but with the details falls apart. For example, there is only one aircraft that ever stacked jets like his entry does here - because there get to be airflow issues at variable angles of attack. Furthermore the main gear have now...

 Forum: Non-Shipbucket Drawings  Topic: Spacebucket

 Post subject: Re: Spacebucket Posted: March 13th, 2019, 2:09 am 

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Very impressive. One explanation for one of the details is that Atlas-Centaur flights prior to Atlas II had panels that were used to insulate the cryogenic fuels from launch heating prior to second stage ignition. Starting with Atlas II, the insulation was sprayed onto the tanks (not the same insula...
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