Blériot-SPAD S.510

  • September 07, 2013
  • Blender 2.6x
  • Render: Blender Internal
  • Creator: Helijah
  • License: CC-0
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1930, a program to replace the aging family of Nieuport-Delage is implemented by the government. One response to this program was the Dewoitine D500 that you can find in my shed. But more surprising as another aircraft was designed in response to this program. The engineer André Herbemont (company Blériot-SPAD) had a great experience in fighter aircraft. Unfortunately it seems that it is reaching its limits with his previous aircraft, the Blériot-SPAD 91. Indeed, it is the Dewoitine D500 was chosen.


  • Helijah profile picture

    Hi all,

    I forgot ... I searched around on the net but I have not found any other 3D model of this aircraft. Therefore, if I do not miss an existing model, I am pleased to offer you this exclusive model :)

    Regards Emmanuel

    Written September 07, 2013
  • Lomar profile picture

    It is amazing how you keep finding extremely rare aircraft to model. Each new blendswap you share is a history lesson!

    It is very refreshing to see more than just the usual Mustang/Spitfire/Me-109/F-16/etc type of model. Please keep it up. Thank you!

    Written September 08, 2013
  • Helijah profile picture

    :) Hi Lomar,

    Indeed, what I love is above all the history (with a capital "H") that exists across the airplanes. And if some aircraft are more known than others, others often have an important but unknown role. If you have not already done, so visit my shed to find out more :) ( )

    Regards Emmanuel

    Written September 08, 2013
  • finnjohnsen profile picture

    The readme in the ZIP says GPL, but here it says "CC Zero". Big difference, so which is it?

    Written March 08, 2014
  • Helijah profile picture

    Hi finnjohnsen

    Indeed, all my models are created under the GPL for FlightGear. But for the first models that I placed on BlendSwap I used "CC Zero" by mistake. It does not really matter anyway because they are all free. Now I prefer to use "CC-BY-SA". This does not change much, I ask just to be shown just as the author of the original model :)

    Anyway, my models are and will remain free and available to everyone.

    Regards Emmanuel

    Written March 09, 2014