Next One by AliceFromLake ()
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Again a view to the catapult. Here a F-8E Crusader of VF-33 (Tarsiers) on USS Enterprise on her maiden cruise in 1962. The whole wing of the Crusader was tilted upward to give her more lift during take off.
Image Comments (8)
FurNose () 10:05AM | Sun, 01 March 2020
Excellent scene! i wonder where you got the yellow-Jackets from...? Very well done! Maybe some steam out the slot from the catapult would give a little more drama and action?
steelrazer () 1:05PM | Sun, 01 March 2020
Another beautiful deck scene! You put a lot of nice detail work into this. I especially like the detail of the bridle cable to shuttle hookup...a very nice touch! I agree with furnose on including steam coming from the shuttle track. It would be a great addition to the action. Keep 'em coming. These are great renders!
RedMenace () 12:04AM | Fri, 02 October 2020
I grew up in the late 50s and into the 60s as my dad worked as an electrical engineer at Vought. So I KNOW this plane. Great to see it like this. Thanks for brining "the Last Gunfighter" alive like this.