This build is inspired by Shadé's Northrop F-20 Tigershark.
Shadé had developed a unique method of building. By preventing using crazily scaled blocks, Shadé's beautiful machines fit in the Besiege world.
Through modifying and rebuild Shadé's planes, I moved further to build planes in a new style. Now I can build those planes with block count just slightly exceeds 200!
And the new wooden panels from Shadé's Sterling Silver skin pack are just awesome when applied on planes.
Thank you, Shadé.
Aileron air brakes
Retractable suspended landing gears
216 Blocks, recommend running at 80% to 100% time speed
- Arrow keys --- pitch and roll
- Left ctrl --- start engine
- Z, X --- ac/decelerate
C, V --- landing gears
- L-alt, R-ctrl --- yaw
- 1 2 3 4 --- missiles
- Q, E --- cameras
- center keyboard control:
R T Y
F G H --- pitch, roll, yaw
- alternative numpad control:
7 8 --- cameras
4 5 6
1 2 3 --- pitch, roll, yaw
- (-), (+) --- landing gears
- (enter) --- start engine
- 0, (.) --- ac/decelerate
The first attempt, F-20 Tigershark based on Shadé's Northrop F-20 Tigershark.
The second attempt, built from scratch. And the version time lapse.
The final attempt. It's coincidentally created exactly in the same scale of my F-4 Phantom based on Shadé's McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II. Modifying that plane was the key to develope my new building style.
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