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Stealth Aircraft
Stealth ground-attack aircraft MOC inspired by the F-117 Nighthawk.
About this creation
Hi, guys! This is my stealth ground-attack aircraft that loosely resembles the famous F-117 Nighthawk. This is my first MOC and I hope you like it.













Comments

 I made it 
  March 24, 2014
Quoting Henrik Jensen Apparently you are more interested in tanks, but this mini stealth fighter is not bad at all, so I would encourage you to build more aircrafts.
Thanks a lot! I consider aircraft building to be more difficult because of the aerodynamic shapes. It's been a year since I've build this small stealth fighter and I feel now confident enough to build a bigger aircraft. Stay tuned :)
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  March 23, 2014
Apparently you are more interested in tanks, but this mini stealth fighter is not bad at all, so I would encourage you to build more aircrafts.
 I made it 
  September 26, 2013
Quoting Marty Fields Hi. Good job for a first build. You captured the shape well. By the way, what piece did you use for the windscreen/top of the cockpit?
Thanks! The piece is this one: http://www.bricklink.com/search.asp?q=47757
 I like it 
  September 25, 2013
Hi. Good job for a first build. You captured the shape well. By the way, what piece did you use for the windscreen/top of the cockpit?
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  August 30, 2013
For a first moc, although a little small, is pretty good. My first like 20 were just terrible. And I respect those who can make good planes, seeing as I build land based vehicles but have no worthy experience with aircraft. Good luck on your next project!
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  July 18, 2013
I'm very sorry but the group 1939-1945 is no longer active. I need to take it down some day because sadly every one who participated is now gone. But you have lots of skill with your LDD and I look forward to seeing some WW2 aircrafts built! Until next we meet!
 I like it 
  July 16, 2013
Nice plane!
 I made it 
  July 16, 2013
Quoting Zach Eli "Sierra" Sykes You rendered this. I hate the fact that LDD creations are routinely overlooked unless people render them. This has no transparent parts but when you start with transparency, it slows the render down A LOT! Don't feel pressured to do anything more than the main pic. The model is quite nice. Clean lines, good slope shaping. You will probably find that as the designs you choose get more complex and intricut, they won't look quite as smooth (because there are some things lego just can't do). Great start and welcome to the ranks of LDD aircraft builders.
Thanks for the advice! In fact, I love rendering. First, it saves me the money to buy the real parts. Second and more important for me, it gives me high quality pictures that I wouldn't be able to make having the real parts. Rendering makes it feel like it's made by a professional camera in a photo studio. Render time is a bit annoying but I feel it's worth it.
 I like it 
  July 16, 2013
Fantastic work! The pictures look great.
 I like it 
  July 16, 2013
This is really good! You should make one that's minifig scale.
  July 16, 2013
You rendered this. I hate the fact that LDD creations are routinely overlooked unless people render them. This has no transparent parts but when you start with transparency, it slows the render down A LOT! Don't feel pressured to do anything more than the main pic. The model is quite nice. Clean lines, good slope shaping. You will probably find that as the designs you choose get more complex and intricut, they won't look quite as smooth (because there are some things lego just can't do). Great start and welcome to the ranks of LDD aircraft builders.
 I like it 
  July 16, 2013
Considering the scale, this is a pretty good job, especially if it is your first MOC. I would second Matthew Sylvan's advice about moving up to a somewhat larger scale. If this model were to be part of a larger build, e.g. with a hangar, etc., the small scale would be great. If you are just building the aircraft, though, moving up to a larger scale would let you include many more details. A scale of 1:38 or 1:40 (roughly minifig scale) is a popular choice. Keep up the good work!
 I like it 
  July 16, 2013
Nicely done. I like it.
 I made it 
  July 16, 2013
Quoting Matthew Sylvan Pretty good for your first MOC. I would suggest building in a bigger scale. That way you can include working parts, like landing gear, flaps, airbrakes or opening windshield for the detailed cockpit. This scale is more suited for bigger things like ships.
Thanks for your comment! I've build this some 3-4 months ago. I was new to LDD, so it had to be simple. My next MOC that is on the way has 800+ parts. Btw, I love your Tongorian Navy pack :)
 I like it 
  July 16, 2013
Pretty good for your first MOC. I would suggest building in a bigger scale. That way you can include working parts, like landing gear, flaps, airbrakes or opening windshield for the detailed cockpit. This scale is more suited for bigger things like ships.
 
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