This aircraft was the first of the fledgling company founded by Walter Beech Beechcraft in 1932. Geometry very rare (the lower wings before high wings) but modern characteristics that were a good basis for society.
I just want to say how much I appreciate that you are providing your aircraft models as CC Zero.
I will not do anything to claim your models as my own, that would be immoral. But I enjoy analyzing your models for techniques and topologies.
By the way, if you have model of a German FW-190A (and preferably a FW-190A-5) I would very much like to use it in the B-17 scene that I'm currently creating. As I said earlier, my father was a B-17 pilot who was shot down on July 26, 1943 and I want to depict the moment after my father gave the order to bail out.
The scene will be a tribute to my father and his crew who were shot down by Captain Karl Becker piloting a FW-190A-5.
I have enjoyed reviewing each of the aircraft that you have uploaded to Blend Swap. I wish that I had your talent so I could do my scene justice. But with practice, perhaps one day I'll be able to more accurately create the scene I have in my mind.
Unfortunately, I did not create FW190 because it already exists in FlightGear. But you can get the FW FG because it is also GPL :) (you just need to find the script import AC3D :))
Fw190 : http://wiki.flightgear.org/Focke-Wulf_Fw_190
Script Import/Export AC3D : http://helijah.free.fr/blender/script-ac.tar.gz
Thanks for the information.
Well, if you had created the FW-90, it probably would have bee better. Just because there is already a model of a specific aircraft out there doesn't mean you can't create a better one.
Thanks for sharing your models.
I admit that it is an airplane that I love. And I am increasingly tempted by its modeling :)
I would eventually crack. It is a certainty. It is only a matter of time :)