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Corsair Plane (3.0 / final)
Here is my final version of the corsair. the wings are thicker and actually fold like the real thing. Thanks for all the comments and suggestions. I think it looks good, hope you all do too! happy building! sorry for posting so many versions this IS the last. . .haha :D
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  May 28, 2012
*HOW to spell
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  May 28, 2012
I know to spell phone. But Im ON MY PHONE so I use text speak slightly. And now I am on my phone now. Id rather just type fone instead of phone.
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  May 17, 2012
Quoting T. Young Did you ever look at my corsair? The wings should be shorter. The wingspan is aprox. The length of the plane...BUT your wings are too uhh maybe narrow is a better word. The length from the front of the wing to the back of the wing when looking at it from the front is too small. You should shorten the wingspan and lengthen from front to back....wings thqt is. Now on to the tail....the elevators are a bit too long from side to side on yours. I dont mean to critisize your work! Dont take this like that. Im just giving you tips on how to make your corsair look more like....well...a corsair! And look at pictures of corsairs. My model was based on a corsair model I have. Wow I wrote a lot! So please take my advice and Im sure your next update will be great. (and Ive been typing this all on my fone so please forgive any spelling errors)
yes i did see yours. thanks for the tips. I well see what i can do. . .I just find it a bit hard to look at pics (so many differences in the planes) and make it accurate. btw, phone is how you spell that.
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  May 16, 2012
Did you ever look at my corsair? The wings should be shorter. The wingspan is aprox. The length of the plane...BUT your wings are too uhh maybe narrow is a better word. The length from the front of the wing to the back of the wing when looking at it from the front is too small. You should shorten the wingspan and lengthen from front to back....wings thqt is. Now on to the tail....the elevators are a bit too long from side to side on yours. I dont mean to critisize your work! Dont take this like that. Im just giving you tips on how to make your corsair look more like....well...a corsair! And look at pictures of corsairs. My model was based on a corsair model I have. Wow I wrote a lot! So please take my advice and Im sure your next update will be great. (and Ive been typing this all on my fone so please forgive any spelling errors)
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  May 16, 2012
Quoting T. Young Very nice. Yet.....the wingspan is too large. sorry to point it out. But other than that its great. Oh and many posts of an updated thing isnt bad. It shows you are improving in your past mistakes. Just look at my snowspeeder. I have I think 6 versions of it!
Thanks for the comment. I guess your right about the updates, makes me feel better now. ;) how many studs shorter would you make the wing span?
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  May 16, 2012
Very nice. Yet.....the wingspan is too large. sorry to point it out. But other than that its great. Oh and many posts of an updated thing isnt bad. It shows you are improving in your past mistakes. Just look at my snowspeeder. I have I think 6 versions of it!
 
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