Airfields Hangars and Runways

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  1. Clave

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    Just trying a new perspective on things...
     

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  2. Clave

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    All of these things I imagine will be some kind of 'pick-and-mix' so a bunch of planes could be requested then put in place for a final print...
     

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    Interesting sir! If I may make a suggestion, what if you were to do one aircraft on the runway at ground level view, making it larger. Or maybe in front of the hangar. I don't know what the program will allow you to do though. Just a suggestion.
     
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    Ok, I see what you're doing. Kinda like a map of the airfield. Similar to a recon photo. :thumbright:
     
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    I see the hanger, carrier or airfield etc. as a background only - the planes are the important part:

    Here's a list of planes that are ready right now:

    Current List:

    Albatros D.V: Jasta 4, Jasta 5, Jasta 5, Jasta 4, Jasta 11, Jasta 4, Jasta 16b, Jasta 36, Jasta 28, Jasta 37, Jasta 40, Jasta 46,

    Avro Lancaster: Argentina, 75 Sqn, 617 Sqn

    Avro Vulcan 44 Sqn

    Boulton-Paul Defiant: ASR 277 Sqn, FMk1 141 Sqn, FMk1 264 Sqn, NFMk1 307 Sqn

    Bristol Blenheim: 82 Sqn

    Chance-Vought Corsair: New Zealand, VF17, VMF111, VMF217

    Dornier Do17Z: KG2, KG3, KG53

    English Electric Lightning: 5 Sqn, 11 Sqn, 56 Sqn, 92 Sqn, 111 Sqn

    Fairey Fulmar: 803 Sqn, 806 Sqn

    Fokker DR.1: Jasta 2, Jasta 6, Jasta 7, Jasta 11, Jasta 13, Jasta 14, Jasta 15, Jasta 19, Jasta 26

    Fokker D.VII: Finland, Jasta 2, Jasta 4, Jasta 6, Jasta 10, Jasta 11, Jasta 13

    Gloster Gladiator: Finland

    Hawker Hunter: 4 Sqn

    Hawker Hurricane Mk I: 242 Sqn, 601 Sqn

    Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk Ia: 801 Sqn

    Hawker Typhoon: 168 Sqn

    Heinkel He 111: KG1, KG53

    Junkers Ju 87: StG2

    Junkers Ju 88: KG77, LG1

    Messerschmitt Bf 109E3: JG1, JG2, JG51

    Messerschmitt Bf 110C: LG1, NJG4

    North American P-51B Mustang: 5 FS, 55 FS, 84 FS, 355 FS, 368 FS, 370 FS, 374 FS,

    North American P-51D Mustang: Australia, 4 FS

    Republic P-47D Thunderbolt: Brazil, Chile, 146 Sqn, 23 FS

    Supermarine Spitfire Mk I: 19 Sqn, 64 Sqn

    Supermarine Seafire Mk II: 880 Sqn
     

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    There are a lot of things to think about, so I will pop a few more test pieces in here and see what the general view is...
     

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    Another hangar...
     

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    Ahh, ok. Do we need to find some photos to go by?
     
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    Generic aircraft carrier - Large.
     

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    Can't hurt, but if the aircraft is from a common unit, then photos may not be needed.
     
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    The more you do this, the I understand. I'm a little slow sometimes.:lol: Sorry.:oops:
     
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    Last concept - generic aircraft carrier - Small
     

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    All good - so I will wait and see what everyone thinks of the concept now.

    By the way, here's what the planes look like at print size...
     

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    I do like the British jets and my all time favorite carrier and it's associated aircraft is CV-64, U.S.S. Constellation. This is a great perspective Clave.

    Geo
     
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    Interesting angle Clave! Looks great.
     
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    You do such incredible work Clave.......
    Nice concepts all.
     
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    I'm always keen to see a change of perspective and I like what I've seen so far.
     
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    #20 Clave, Apr 20, 2014
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    Carrier Akagi 1941.

    The aircraft carrier Akagi launches the first wave against Pearl Harbor in 1941.

    Aichi D3A ‘Val’ Mitsubishi A6M ‘Zero’ and Nakajima B5N ‘Kate’ are shown, being the dive-bombers, fighters, and torpedo bombers used in the attack.

    Carrier Akagi 1941 by WS-Clave on deviantART
     

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