Ces deux vaisseaux WF-80B sont les versions améliorées du WF-80. Les améliorations sont essentiellement d'ordre esthétique. Au niveau fonctionnel, j'ai ajouté des canons de part et d'autre du cockpit, ainsi qu'un bouchon pour le carburant. J'ai aussi fait deux versions: une "rouge" et une "verte". Enfin, les pilotes sont maintenant des astronautes Futuron achetés d'occasion très récemment. Bonne visite et merci de noter et commenter...
The WF-80B is the improved version of the WF-80 now equipped with two laser cannons, on each side of the cockpit.
One of the laser cannons can be seen as the orange cone.
Side view of the two WF-80B: there is a "red" version (right) and a "green" version (left).
Front view of the two WF-80B. The strange trans-blue stuff on the nose is the shield generator connected to the trans-blue bricks at the end of the wings.
Rear view ("green" version): one can see the refueling connector closed, on the right side of the picture. Under view ("red" version) where one can see the three vertical engines: although it flies like a plane, the WF-80B takes off and lands like a helicopter.
Closeup view of the open cockpit, with the pilot and its flight computer under its right hand connected to the visor of its helmet, thus providing Head Up Display. Although the cockpit is airtight, the WF-80B cannot go into outer space for a long time because it doesn't bring enough oxygen.
The proud pilot showing where to refuel its WF-80B. Note that the energetic liquid is used both for the engines and also to power the laser cannons.
Comparison between the WF-80 (top) and the WF-80B (bottom). I, of course, prefer the WF-80B ! What about you ?
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Quoting J0N0TR0N1C SYSTEMS
Yes, I do like this. The WF-80 was a good start and the WF-80B is a definite improvement. The ship is sleek with a nice overall shape. One thing missing is controls for the pilot...?
Thanks a lot for your comment, particularly because I love your MOCs ! The pilot is supposed to control the ship using the buttons of its flight computer, under its right hand...