|Fly on the wild side - regular readers of my blog will recognize it from my stay at Perlwinkle station|
|It didn't stayed with the black one. Again I used no textures for their fuselages. Only a high level of shininess. It works really well with them!|
|A rather daring paint job - but great for air-shows. The particle effects are optional btw. Together with 6 different paint jobs it makes 12 different planes.|
When I have finished the hornet I began to work on an Albatros-Fighter from World War One for having a playmate for my triplane.
|Proud little bird - the Albatros was one of the most produced German fighters.|
|They say the goggles are the mirror of the soul or something like that... the flying Ace gets ready for takeoff!|
|Nice and shiny - I simply love its streamlined shape!|
After making two German planes the need for a british plane became more and more urgent. Or as my friend Manx says: "Why don't you build a spitfire?" Well, it wasnt exactly a spitfire but its ancestor from World War One...
|The fastest plane of the war and a "pixie" to fly - the S.E.5a.|
|Time to ride the "pixie". The allies loved this rugged yet agile plane. You could dive out of any trouble with it.|
My latest plane combines my fascination for vintage planes with my love to steampunk - who said steam engines can't fly?
|A mixture of Wright Flyer and the British D.H.2. Not the most usual design choice but it looks pretty cool.|
|I have no idea where the rumors came I'm a mad scientist - honestly!|