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Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by NOBI, Apr 22, 2006.
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Today is Sunday and I have time to do in model designing. I just import my model what I design in Metaseq into Rhino to unfold and picture below is a result.
Hi Nobi this question may have been answered before but what is the advantage of designing in Metaseq instead of Rhino?
Maybe this is only my advantage, i had began designed model with metaseq and i really enjoy making 3d mesh inside metaseq. Rhino make really good job on put panelline or marking into 3d mesh (curve to project) include powerful unrollsrf function make me must do mesh again in Rhino. Best way and fastest way to make mesh again in Rhino is import model from metaseq into Rhino. so my method is do mesh inside metaseq, import mesh into Rhino, make paneline and marking inside Rhino also unroll too then export unroll job in .ai format and edit in coreldraw another excuse is i really bad in making mesh in Rhino hehehe
Tonight i finish making internal former of my project. I'm not unfold and testbuild it yet, only hope that former can make my model strength and easy to build.
Tonight, I work a little bit on my X-Birds project (but consume a lot of time when create panel line into surface) and picture is an unfold job from Rhino with panel line.
Things are looking good.
I'd love to see more Luft46' style aircraft. I think it's because I'm somewhat tired of the same old prop and jet craft we constantly see all the time in plastic and unfortunately now paper. I like them all but it's the unusual I think grab my attention.
I'd also like to see the flying wing from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Nobi, this one looks like Gotha P.60.
:grin: Gotha Go P.60A :grin:
More progress on X-Birds Project...unfold is finish, betatest next.
Finally I got it done, this is a picture of betabuild...everything go very well like glove. Final kit will be available soon.
My desk is very dirty so look only model not my desk
Looks good, NOBI. I take it, your internal formers worked well. Good to hear.
I wish I could crank out models as fast as you do Nobi. From start to first Beta build in about a week, man that's fast. Looks really good too.
Nobi,your work desk is cleaner than my computer station!
Gotha Go P.60A's sample page
This is sample page of my X-Birds project...a big flying wing powered by two turbojet engines near the rear of the wing center section, one above the wing and one below,"Gotha Go P.60A" The Gotha designers, led by Dr. Ing. Hünerjäger. Model is big eventhough in 1/48 scale. All parts of model is inside 5 pages but easy to build. finish kit will release very soon...
Congratulations! Great job!