A few years ago, fellow user Cunardfan drew the Fokker 28
airliner, both in its mk1000 and mk4000 versions. Lately I thought about adding the mk2000 and mk3000 models as well, and then using them all as basis to eventually draw the Fokker 70 and Fokker 100, which are possibly among the last airliners still missing from our FD archive (other are possibly the stretched CRJ, the new Embraers and the latest Russian and Chinese ones).
Yet, as soon as I started something bothered me. Scaling was almost spot on (just two pixels off, no big deal and easily fixable), but the tailplanes extended way to much aft of the vertical stabilizer. In short, that made the aircraft some 25 pixels off scale, or more than a meter. In the end I choose to start from scratch.
Here is the Fokker-28 in the -1000, -2000, -3000 and -4000 versions:
The -1000 is the basic model. The -2000 is a stretch of the baseline. The -3000 is the baseline with the increased wingspan. The -4000 has both the fuselage stretch and increased wingspan. The -6000 is basically a 4000 with slats (basically invisible in FD scale)
Eventually, the Fokker 70 and 100 will come as well.