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I fell in love with the beautiful shapes of the Polikarpov 180/190. Theese models are not scale models. It's a lot of artistic freedom in here.
But my main goal here, was to make some nice pics out of it.
Bkg. pics from Image After, Mayang
Rhinoceros 2.0
Flamingo 1.0
March 18, 2006
Rhino 3D
282.4 kB

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Mar 18, 2006 5:35:30 am
Very nice work Greger. I like the first image best a very nice composition !!

by giant551 Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 5:40:30 am
Great models of one of the lesser known planes.

by buckzero Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 7:07:05 am
Beautiful job Gregor. You have a lovely touch for aviation. I love the way you have the background in too. Bravo! Are the props done in Flamingo or afterward?

by Smallworld Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 7:12:06 am
Great work as usual Greger, nice to see an unusual plane.

by vkirchner Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 7:12:17 am
Excellent models and renders! The aircraft lighting matches your background photos very well.

by MattMc_3 Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 7:20:19 am
I share your passion for planes..this model you've done is great I have seen many references of this and other aircraft.While I'm not a expert,your efforts are excellent.A plane I did also has ribbed surfaces,but your's seem better achieved.Are they bump mapped or part of wireframe? P.S. Love to see a pic with pilot in traditional headgear but if your like me so little time and so much on the go ,we'll understand. :B eaver !

by Syrup Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 9:26:37 am
@Smallworld: The props are flamingo transp. mask.
@syrup: The ribbed surface is a part of the wireframe. I have plans to make an oldfashion headgear, but you know...time...

by GregerE Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 9:31:48 am
great work

by ranman38 Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 2:15:36 pm
Wonderful job. Good details too.

by cryptojoe Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 2:20:50 pm
Excellent job as allways.

by MOCA Homepage »

Mar 18, 2006 4:03:13 pm
this is a really nice idea, they would look great at Reno !

by wingnut55 Homepage »

Mar 19, 2006 1:57:30 am
The Russians are coming!!!! Top notch job. The front seems a little off, but they look fantastic!!*****VOTE*****

by UVDan Homepage »

Mar 20, 2006 2:05:17 am
great job!!

by perfectude Homepage »

Mar 23, 2006 11:01:51 pm
I wouldn't call it a "lesser-known" plane. Anyone who know anything at all about aviation knows who good and how relable these birds were in the days before and even during the Spanish War. Great work. However, could the artist do something about these helmets? Aviators do not use bike helmets, and furthermore, there were no plastic helmets with light filters until probably the time when the first jet planes arrived.

by pixeldump Homepage »

Mar 24, 2006 10:51:51 am
@pixeldump: Well, As I wrote further up here, I'm looking into making an old-fashioned headgear. And as to your trouble with the timewarp; Artistic Freedom. Theese could be replicas flying today, or whatever your imagination would tell you. And I must say; People have different levels of knowledge, and still enjoy imaginary shots of aeroplanes.

by GregerE Homepage »

Mar 30, 2006 9:03:31 am
Nice work. An intgerpretation. I did a I-15 a while back the forunner a really stout bipland used it in two renders. I think we shoudl be allowed some artistic freedom. These look like souped up air racers.

by Dann-O Homepage »

Sep 21, 2006 4:02:54 am
I love the I-16.
You are a real Rhino3d master.

by NURMer Homepage »


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