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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 1st, 2016, 12:59 pm
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@ citizen lambda : yes unfortunately the 505 seems to be crowded around the cockpit in this scale, i just marked the doors darker due to evidence them, then every livery will have its own darker shade for the doors, not just this kind of grey.

@ adenandy : stay tuned! ;-)

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 6th, 2016, 2:23 pm
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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 10th, 2016, 6:00 pm
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Looking good!
Are both original designs or just adaptations to PN colors? If you have done the overall model from scratch, I just have to ask: wouldn't the Wildcat look more interesting with shading to show relief, particularly the shape of the tail boom? This is IMO the one distinguishing feature of the AW159 and deserves proper highlighting.
Or is there something in the Planebucket rules against relief shading?

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 10th, 2016, 8:53 pm
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@citizen lambda: May I ask what you mean with 'relief shading'? As English is not my native language I'm not familiar with this term.

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 10th, 2016, 9:56 pm
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citizen lambda wrote:
Looking good!
Are both original designs or just adaptations to PN colors? If you have done the overall model from scratch, I just have to ask: wouldn't the Wildcat look more interesting with shading to show relief, particularly the shape of the tail boom? This is IMO the one distinguishing feature of the AW159 and deserves proper highlighting.
Or is there something in the Planebucket rules against relief shading?
It's just the existing drawing in PN colours which could really do with a re-draw. I'd attempted to upgrade it but nothing worth uploading.

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 10th, 2016, 11:35 pm
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@citizen lambda: May I ask what you mean with 'relief shading'? As English is not my native language I'm not familiar with this term.
OK, I really have to stop using that term, you're the second to ask in as many threads on the same day...
This is just about the lighter/darker shades being used to highlight the relative angles of the canted surfaces. For a baseline tone on a flat (facing the eye) surface, other surfaces tilted towards the light look lighter, and surfaces tilted away from the light look darker. Nothing fancy or original on SB, I just use "relief shading" as a shortcut (up to now). This is used everywhere on ships (see all modern ships with oblique superstructure sides) but I don't know how prevalent it is on planes.

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 11th, 2016, 12:44 am
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citizen lambda wrote:
Cascadia wrote:
@citizen lambda: May I ask what you mean with 'relief shading'? As English is not my native language I'm not familiar with this term.
OK, I really have to stop using that term, you're the second to ask in as many threads on the same day...
This is just about the lighter/darker shades being used to highlight the relative angles of the canted surfaces. For a baseline tone on a flat (facing the eye) surface, other surfaces tilted towards the light look lighter, and surfaces tilted away from the light look darker. Nothing fancy or original on SB, I just use "relief shading" as a shortcut (up to now). This is used everywhere on ships (see all modern ships with oblique superstructure sides) but I don't know how prevalent it is on planes.
Ah, I see. Actually, I think the artist try to give new planebucket drawings a proper shading, but due to the size of most planes in this scale it is not so easy.

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: August 13th, 2016, 3:07 pm
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A modest addition: J29 Tunnan. Great plane itself.
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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: September 7th, 2016, 9:41 pm
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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: September 9th, 2016, 1:16 pm
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Well done mate! there are fantastic.

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