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Hello everyone . I know I have not participated much in this forum , and this time I have the opportunity to share here , this fan art . I hope you like it. :)

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Wow, that's fascinating. Especially rendering the lineart in something concrete you can see from every angle. It very much looks like a blend of the old 80's planes with some very 5th gen aircraft. Kawamori is very good at futurism when it comes to aircraft.

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True! This plane is something that actually can be made now. At least that's what I think.

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It looks very impressive. Interesting to see it modeled in 3D. It's not a bad looking fighter like this.

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I still think the new fighter from Delta is going to greatly resemble this only with frontier-like curvature/stylings around the intakes/legs/etc...

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The Dragon II has always been an ode to the F-15, the flashy new jet of the early 80's that everyone was enamored with. I never really cared for it that much, but then I was always a Tomcat guy...

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Trying to add more detail in the cockpit. Im using some pre made model from the old VOXP Game.

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Any chance you might 3D print any of these?

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Maybe I could try with 3d printer in the university where I study my career.

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I'd be all over that; I love the Dragon.

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Sorry for the delay. I was busy with college. Recently finished learning to use SolidWorks. So after finishing my other projects , I will rebuild the F- 203, with more accurate measurements.

My other project:

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Cool! A fellow Solidworker (is that a term?) Can't wait for the Dragon!

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Hi there! A quick update. I converted the STL file format to solidworks. Right now i´m using Solidworks 2015 x64 -Windows 10 Pro- So, i hope to make improvements and use the tool textures in solidworks.

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After digging a little with solidworks, I realized I have to start from scratch. The idea is to do something similar to my other project. You can see how the parts are shaped to be assembled as a model kit.

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