Maestro's "Artwork"

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  1. Maestro

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    Hi.

    I think all of you saw the B-25 I drew with AutoCAD. Well, while waiting for a download to end, I decided to exercise myself on a B-17. Here is the finished job.

    I have the feeling something is wrong about my B-17, though... Are it's engines too small, or it's wings too big ? I don't know.

    Anyway, here is the screenshot of both my B-25 and B-17. Please, don't laugh, my B-25 was made a while back.

    While searching on Google for a clean picture of a B-17, I fell on that one and I thought it needed to be posted... What a chalkboard ! :shock:
     

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    Hi Maestro,

    nice design. I tell ya what's wrong about your B-17. In comparation with wings and tail wings, the fuselage is very tiny, and so are the engines. So rather enlarge these parts or make the wings and taill smaller.

    Cheers,
    Pisis
     
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    That's how I see the 17 as well. The dorsal fin also needs to extend toward the front a bit more. If you need example shots, let me know, I have a ton of B-17 shots that I have taken.
     
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    Thanks for your help. I made some changes, but the best I could do without re-drawing it all is below.

    Note to myself : Do NOT unify your model unless you're sure it is fine.
     

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