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About eorin

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  1. Dude this Is awesome! You and few others are really pushing the limits of replicas.
  2. Im no longer active in game, but i had to write here because i have an idea on how much time you spended in the blueprint part, to get all the proportions right. I think a replica could be considered perfect when you don't know what to do to improve it more, and this craft does that for me. Congratulations! P.s what kind of program do you use to get the perfect craft profile photo like in the blueprint overlay?
  3. Really nice replica, just some advices, external flaps on wings should be longer than the internal ones, and the second portion of the wings (where the external flaps are attached) needs to be bigger. I get this isn't a overlayed craft, so dont bother change anything if you dont want! The plane still looks great as it is.
  4. Try to place landing gears on another spot, sometimes its just a clipping problem.
  5. Ohhh WOW! Im very happy about this, and im sure Exo too. Well, what can i say? Enjoy your flight!
  6. Really no. Probably some part clipping loaded wrong.
  7. First of all, thank you Well for the blueprint overlay i used a very simple and light program called: Image overlay utility, nothing special. Overlay surely makes the design process faster only in first place, because as you already said, you just can't ignore some details and you can always notice something new on the plane that you dont even know it existed before. Keep in mind even with overlay the measures of the craft and proportions could be wrong, because you are using a 2D blueprint over a 3D image (Ksp), so the game tries to simulate prospective based on your point of view. For example you are overlaying a top view blueprint of a sr 71 on your replica in ksp, could happen the center section of the craft (middle neck fuselage, wings attack, airintakes nosecone) matches perfectly with the blueprint, but nose, rudders, engines and wings end looks a bit smaller than the blueprint even if in reality your replica is perfect. So my advice is to do like me, base your craft on a affidable blueprint, but then try to overlay real photos of the plane in different point of view, to your replica for replicate the perfect measures. Sorry for my bad english, i hope you get what i mean.
  8. Sorry for reviving this old thread, but im glad to tell you the craft works perfectly fine again now! Patch 1.3 broke the craft, but 1.3.1 just revived it with no modifications at all. Download links still available.
  9. This one, made in collaboration with Exothermos
  10. I will like to work on a yf 32, looks strange and for this appealing to me... If only i had time