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Terrors of the Sky
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So after a lil prodding by my son. I decided to try and tackle some airborne creations. I researched a lot of aircraft, made by several builders. I used Mad Physicist, Sydag, Ace Creations, and Lego Major as inspiration in all the builds.
About this creation

The dynamic F4U Corsair. A beautiful aircraft, fast and deadly. Features Sydag's Corsair engine cowling.


The F6f-5N Night Fighter. Built using Mad Physicist's Hellcat design. Added the 20mm cannons and a few radar pieces. The real aircraft often was painted in a dark Sea Blue color. LDD does not feature a darker blue so I used black instead.


Probably one of the best known WW2 fighters. The Mitsubishi A6M Zero. I used Sydag's folding wing tips for a lil extra detail. :)


The Misubishi A6M2-N Rufe. Basically a Zero on floats. Used when forward areas did not yet have airfields or carriers nearby for support.


The Aichi D3A1 Val Dive Bomber, or in Japanese lingo, the Navy Type 99 Carrier Bomber Model 11. An effective dive bomber for sure. Was used with devastating effect at Pearl Harbor.


The Messerschmitt Bf 109. Heavily influenced by Hien's fine 109.


A flight of BF109G-2/Trop fighters. Main difference from the standard 109 is the upgraded engines.


The Focke-Wulf FW-190 A-6/R-11 Night Fighter. Basically Ace Creations excellent FW-190 transformed into a night fighter.


The Messerschmitt Bf-109-Z "Zwilling." A prototype interceptor and fighter-bomber closely resembling the USAAF Twin Mustang.



Comments

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  September 17, 2014
Amazing models! Could you please send me the LDD files?
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  September 11, 2014
Gorgeous planes! ))
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  July 26, 2014
Hi, your MOCs are awesome !! Can you send me the LDD files of the Me-109 and the Zwilling ? Please let me know and I'll send you my e-mail ... Thank you
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  July 15, 2014
Quoting Luke V Wow! Really great on details here! Could you send me the file for the ME-109? That is one of my favorite WWII planes and I would like to view it on LDD. Let me know if you could do that for me and I will give you my email.
Thanks for the compliment. Send me ur email and I will send you the file. I will delete your "email" post right after that. :)
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  July 14, 2014
Wow! Really great on details here! Could you send me the file for the ME-109? That is one of my favorite WWII planes and I would like to view it on LDD. Let me know if you could do that for me and I will give you my email.
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  May 12, 2014
Great work. They're all very realistic.
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  December 31, 2013
I love it! Very nice collection
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  December 30, 2013
Very nice collection of aircraft, very detailed and accurate! I especially like the bf-109 and the corsair. Amazing work!
  December 30, 2013
An awesome set of creations! The Corsair is probably my favorite. It would be neat to set up a scene with a flight of Corsairs in a dogfight with a flight of Zeros.
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  December 29, 2013
The Zwilling and the F4U are the best, F4U is actually my favourite airplane. On the topic of no dark blue: You can edit the LDD black in the POV-Ray to LDD converter (If that's what you're using) to look like dark blue and then render like that. Great job on all of the planes!
  December 29, 2013
Sleek, very nice.
 
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