Black October (G.A.I.A.) . The Black October is a recently declassified black project, built by the G.A.I.A. (Here are those better pictures I promised.) .
One of several hand picked, highly skilled pilots, who receive the privilege of flying the Black October fighters.
A quick salute before take off
Pilot: "Um, yeah, I've got a mission to get to, so picture time is over."
There were some kind words on the old page, and I just wanted to dig them up so I could remember what they say. Honestly, you guys are the reason I keep going building, I love reading the feedback:
WOW. This is amazingly detailed, yet sleek alll over. Excellent work!
Nice work, I love the orange accents, they work perfectly.
The photos are not terrible at all, and the fighter is very cool, I like what you did with those intakes :)
Sexy Beast. That's the only way to describe this one mate. Where do I start? The little things like those insanely cool angled orange grills on the underbody intakes, the killa color scheme, the amazing greebling on the rear engines section, (especially that angled exhausts array) it just all comes together in brutal/graceful style. The pic from the front at almost ground level was my favorite, shows just what a beautiful shape you have made. I am gonna have to do an 18th fleet specific build to thankyou for adding such a great fighter to G.A.I.A. Wicked fighter Aidan!
i like this, it reminds me of a black bird :D
All black is hard for seeing the details but it looks sooo cool. I like the engine part most (read and bottom view pics).
I think this is one of the most detailed all-blacks I've seen in quite some time. Awesome job, this is one handsome fighter! I see you got away from RDR long enough to build again. Keep it up! -Ultra)
When I first saw this one I thought you were doing a black-ops version of my Flamberge! Then I realized you were just doing the same thing for Parrington that I did and that was create your own version of one of his birds. I especially like the detail you incorporated around the engines. The only thing I would change is to add more color to the fuselage. The only problem with an all-black anything is that the detail gets lost too easily. One other thing is to use a background that's not shiny. I've had this problem too and I discovered using a non-shiny sheet will help. Keep up the good work