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    Anyone have Air Force aircraft mpc's? Thank You

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    Default Fb-111

    Hopefully I spelled Aardvark right.
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    Default F-16 Falcon

    F-16 Falcon mpc and pattern derived from 3d model built by salatiel. All credit and considerable skill go to him.

    3d Model by Salatiel at http://www.blendswap.com/blends/view/58825. Released under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 This means that you can use it for any purpose you see fit, even commercially, as long as you respect these requirements: You MUST give credit to salatiel.
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    This means that you can use it for any purpose you see fit, even commercially, as long as you respect these requirements: You MUST give credit to salatiel.[/QUOTE]

    That seems only fair and the right thing to do.

    Mike
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    Default A-10

    Here is another angle for a model I built a while ago. I have this model as a pattern at different angles under insignias and military section. I also have a Huey, which the Air Force is still using in the northern tier bases. It the wrong model but its close. (Don't tell my friends. They would disown me.) A funny thing about helicopter pilots is, THEY HAVE TO TALK REALLY LOUD BECAUSE THEY HAVE ALL LOST THEIR HEARING.
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    Default P-51

    I screwed up the mesh on the 3d model but before I go back and redo the model again from scratch here is what I got from this one. Can probably be cleaned up a little bit with pattern editor with blur and smooth. Still not completely unhappy but only an okay model. Right at the front of the cockpit you can see where my mesh was torn.

    I could always say it was metal fatigue (I know...sad).
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    Pattern sculptor. Just sayin'.
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    lol. You still have to have a decent 3d model to use pattern sculptor. Still learning designer 2.0. It is amazing software when paired with 3d modeling (edit) and the stl importer.

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    Great looking patterns. You're doing good work!
    Tracy

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