Designing the Su-7, Su-9, Su-17, Su-22 and MiG-21

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Paragon, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. Kezn

    Kezn pwned in the dawn

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    You are awesome Paragon !
    Chapeau for your work's speed.

    Kezn.
  2. edi

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  3. lincer556

    lincer556 Ace Combat fan

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    Paragon can i ask for a CFA-44 Nosferatu model
    i've got this blueprints that hope they can help:

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    If you need later for the texture i've got a couple of images.

    Thankz ^^
  4. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

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    I'm sure I could give it a shot sometime, but I've got my plate full right now.

    Any more suggestions for the Canberra?
  5. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

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    Alright, I'll be releasing 4 versions of the Canberra, two English Electric, two Martin. The two English Electric Canberra models will be the orange Luftwaffe scheme, and a pretty standard camo RAF scheme. The first Martin Canberra scheme will be pretty much standard bare metal. The second will be NASA colors, specifically geared toward the WB-57.
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    Progress Report:

    Finished the RAF and Luftwaffe Canberras, the first USAF Canberra is almost ready. I'v also decided to add two more USAF Canberras. One will only be slightly different than the one I'm working on now, the other will be the B-57G Night Intruder with ELINT/SIGINT package. And of course the NASA WB-57 as well. Then I have to make instructions that cover all of the parts, including the optionals. Sorry, it'll be at least another day or two.
  7. edi

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    Canberra

    great news:thumb:
  8. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

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    The files are finally up! They're available in the Cold War section. I've made 6 different color schemes, each of which includes lots of alternate parts to make many of the different variants. I even made a B-57G. Enjoy!

    Next up should be the Beriev Be 200.
  9. Dyna-Soar

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    Awesome, I love Seaplanes.
  10. edi

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    Canberra

    A lot of thanks; the moment I downloaded the files, realy great work of Paragon!
    Of course my first will be the Luftwaffe in orange, but an American version has to follow. Pics will come
  11. Paragon

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    Let me know if you need any help deciphering the parts, I haven't posted the instructions yet.
  12. edi

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    today I`ve printed the pages, and I think I know which parts I`ve to use; okay, I´ve looked at some sites in the www
    The moment I start the fuselage
  13. Dyna-Soar

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    I've got the WB-57 Finished, howere I'm not quite happy about the way the wings turned out. I may redo them.
  14. Paragon

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    What was the issue?
  15. Dyna-Soar

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    The wings were way oversized in relation to the fuselage.
  16. Paragon

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    Which parts, the roots, or the main wing?
  17. Dyna-Soar

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    The main wings that are in the second PDF.
  18. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

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    When you say oversized in relation, do you mean they were too large for the spot they were supposed to attach, or that they were too long? The WB-57 has some really really big wings, we're talking U-2 scale wings.

    Including a picture might help...
  19. edi

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    imho I think the Canberra is Paragons Masterpiece, the variatons are more than impressive:thumb:
    living in Germany, of course I first did the Luftwaffe version (others will follow):
    today I get my camera back and so I did some pics; don`t forgett I build my planes in 1/144 and so I cut away all the tabs ( in this case not so helpfull as I thought)
    Okay, edges and in-/outtakes have still to be colored
    Hope you like it.......

    Attached Files:

  20. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

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    Thanks! I really appreciate seeing those. Sorry the black on the nose doesn't line up...I thought I had it.