lehpron
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Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Sun Sep 30, 2001 10:15 pm

Since the last thread, I got a webpage and posted some little silly project I'm working on there. Drawing them wasn't easy, take a look see, an tell me. I have got this site on a Civil post too.

http://www.lehpron.homestead.com/two.html/

Those of you who have drawn planes in whatever medium, please share it with us.

 Smile/happy/getting dizzy

lehpron
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SafetyDude
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Sun Sep 30, 2001 10:30 pm

I couldn't get to the site. It was "invalid"
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Western727
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Mon Oct 01, 2001 3:01 pm



Meeeeeee!!!!
Jack @ AUS
 
Dasa
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Mon Oct 01, 2001 7:35 pm

I don't draw planes, but i have started doing liveries, u can have a look at my first one at
http://www.geocities.com/arunava123
 
Braniff Place
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Mon Oct 01, 2001 8:04 pm

Dasa your livery is very innovative! I like the good use of red! I love to design airline image aircraft, cabin, unifroms as a hobby. Any chance of additional Orient titles on the nw plane? Can you show us more of your designs??????
Regds BN
 
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Tue Oct 02, 2001 2:51 am

Yeah your site doesnt work  Sad but the other site is cool
Pershoyu Spravoyu Litaki!
 
lehpron
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Tue Oct 02, 2001 1:02 pm

Sorry, try this:

http://www.airliners.net/discussions/general_aviation/read.main/578248/

You don't have to visit the site as it states, it wont show any pictures because they are missing. Just read/skim towards the bottom of the thread and see those that appeared to be spared.

Questions/comments/criticism, just ask.

Sorry again about the broken link.

lehpron
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RE: Dasa

Tue Oct 02, 2001 1:08 pm

Holy god! I saw your webpage, that's really awesome, and you've got all the nooks and crannies that I don't even know what they're for. Smile

Great one ,dude! Big grin
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RE: Dasa

Wed Oct 03, 2001 5:04 pm

lol... thanks y'all for the compliments.. i acutally got the template from another forum on wings500.com so i am now looking for 747 and A340 templates to work on...
 
lehpron
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Wed Oct 10, 2001 4:52 am

What do you guys think of this?



Be honest.
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airbus380
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Wed Oct 10, 2001 7:03 am

Lehpron, I too can draw planes like you. I developed a widebody sub sonic plane. It is currently being modeled to do win tunnel tests. I can also draw planes on paper good. Especially the 744, but I have gotten good at the 722 lately. I do it during class.  Big thumbs up
 
FT
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Thu Oct 11, 2001 6:03 am

Lehpron, just curious, but what program do you use to create your drawings ? Do you use a CAD program (ie. AutoCad, Microstation, Pro/E) or more of a graphic design type of program ?
 
lehpron
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Sat Oct 13, 2001 7:22 am

Airbus 380: Without revealing too much, what is you plane like? Is it extreme or conservative?

When I was in highschool I always drew stuff on the back of my assignments so when the teacher came by I'd just turn it over and they'd never know.  Smile


FT: I got a CAD program for free online, but there are bug in it and it kinda sucks. I have old AutoCAD files of other plane ideas, but I worry a bit about people stealing them, not that you guys would, I'm just cautious.

Actually, for this, I used MSpaint - it's a bitmap program usually included with Windows 95/98/2000, just look under your accessories folder.

Even Apple Machintosh's Kid Pix could do the same.

Unless this link still wont work, go to my site to see more:

http://www.lehpron.homestead.com/two.html
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sin777er
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Sat Oct 13, 2001 7:28 pm

Yeah, I draw planes on paper. I draw in my notebook in my Cultural Studies class because it's sooooooo boring! I'm pretty good on the B744, B772, and B737. Sometimes I make up planes for both Boeing and Airbus.
 
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RE: Lehpron

Sun Oct 14, 2001 2:02 pm

Lehpron, you ought to go work for Boeing my man!! That's some pretty impressive designs. I'd love to see that plane become a reality!  Big thumbs up

Kudos!

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Mon Oct 15, 2001 7:51 pm

Here is my C-17 drawing that my office uses as a going away gift.

http://www.geocities.com/arcsoup/c17.html
 
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Tue Oct 16, 2001 5:43 am

Yeah, I used to draw a lot of A300's, A310's and A320's in my favourite livery: Conair (of Scandinavia) on A3 sized paper. It had all the little details (even my sitting in the captain's seat. Wishful thinking, eh?
 
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Thu Oct 18, 2001 4:21 am

Lehpron,

I'm not sure which free CAD program you have, but I would recommend one called IntelliCAD. You can get free downloads of it off the net and it can read AutoCAD's *.dwg files as well as understand AutoCAD commands. I have resorted to using this program myself because they won't put AutoCAD on my machine  Sad - eventhough we have about 20 CAD stations in our design office !
 
lehpron
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RE: Do You Draw Airplanes (part II)

Sat Oct 27, 2001 7:32 pm

Yeah, I got IntelliCAD, but there's a small problem with it that renders me impotent -- the object snap on the trial version doen't work! It drives me so crazy that all I've been doing so far it view and print my old files. Until I can gather the money for the full version of IntelliCAD, I'll stick with MS paintbrush!

 Laugh out loud I'm so spoiled!

Soon, I will post a template for Boeing's Sonic Cruiser paper airplane I've made, the first version actually flies straight. I promise to post it here @ A.net for you guys. Take Cares and keep posting your drawings,

N757AT, Yahoo! GeoCities says that the web page I was trying to access doesn't exist, check you URl I wanna see it.
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