This was quite a recent aircraft creation and only one of a handful of aircraft I actually completed before getting destroyed.
My 737 is inspired by Uli Meyars Lufthansa 737. However despite this, mine is different in that its longer, more acurate wings (I hope) and different colours scheme...South African Airways
However unlike Uli Meyar's 737, I did not add any retractable under carriage nor did I had any flaps either. I decided to concentrate on aesthetics only.
Unfortunately I destroyed the aircraft before pieces arrived for an improved tail so you'll just have to imagine that the tail is in perfect South African Airways colours.
Please excuse the poor photos as I was pritty lazy at the time and didnt bother setting it up properly.
Please enjoy and expect more different airliners from me near in the future. Currently I have just finished building an Airbus a330 however I am completely stuck on building the rolls rocye engines for it. So I might just stick with general electric engines.......I bet none of that made sense unless your seriously into planes!!!
General view. Note the model does have luggage doors on the lower half of the fusalage (did I spell that right?) Note again that this is NOT to scale of lego mini figs as lego mini figs are completely out of proportions!
Wow! very very nice. Makes me want to take another crack at building large scale aircraft too. I really like the tail section. Having built a 747 to mini-fig scale before, I know that this can be tricky.
its a bit too long sorry. but good! I have flown on a AA 737 new model and it was cool! this is good but you need the windows instead of blue blocks and make eyebrow windows I can make them and though its too long its still great! -kade- P.S. I am making a cargo plane and might wreck it if it doesnt turn out good and turn it into a passenger one.
Out of all your models, this is my favourite because I love the 737 and im South African. I think the model would look better with grey wings instead of the white and if you sculpted the nose instead of using wedges. Still, a great model. Alex.