Prasad Heavy Industries is happy to announce the launch of its newest fighter aircraft, the Rapier!
About this creation
Prasad Heavy Industries has come up with a new fighter; no its not based on the F-22..........
(Okay, okay, I was aiming for something like the F-22; though the nose is entirely different, so, get off me!)
Look at it go! The Rapier is a stealth aircraft designed by the Prasad Heavy Industries Aeronautics Bureau's top secret BL works. It was designed to take on anything in the sky, like Cardinals, and uhm, Pigeons, and the lot. And maybe a few enemy fighters.........
Look at that cold stare from that single pilot canopy. Watch the pilot wave; so enthused!
Oy! Stand up right.
No, seriously, get up. We are actually trying to pitch this.....
Look at the pilot, performing aerobatics just mere millimeters from the cheapo white foam board!
Yup, double check on swooshable chief......
Its actually very, very sturdy. Many crashed pilots will attest to that......
Feast your eyes on the power! The Rapier has a service ceiling of over 75,000 feet, and can fly at over 2.5 times the speed of sound, at least officially. Unofficially, this plane can fly as high as the CEO of Prasad Heavy Industries can reach, and goes at his top speed of two miles per hour do much more!
Wow-k, this needs explanation. You see, what happened was, a spy plane sent out by a mob of angry MOCcers, who came here thinking that the carrier had been finished, penetrated Prasad Heavy Industries' secret ship yards.....
They even managed to get a shot of those elusive stealth drones! Boy this makes Snowden look like a..........
Not to worry though; the Rapier is on the job! This is the last thing those pesky spies saw......
......no actually, this is. The plane had to get up to speed, you know?
Ah. It seems that the angry MOCcers managed to eject. Huh.
Anyways, yes, I promise to try and stop stalling now. The carrier, as those top secret images can reveal, show that its nearly done. Just a little bit of hull work, put in the island, a few secret technical bits inside the ship, and boom! I hope to have the ship uploaded before August hits, so don't worry my fellow folks!
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Thank you so very much for watching; make sure you stay tuned as that carrier will be posted soon!
Quoting Builder Allan
Indeed a very detailed fighter in this scale. The shaping is brilliant, as is the use of that piece as front :-)
Thanks! On such a small scale, I had trouble finding a good piece for the nose; SNOT work on that small of a scale would be, well, difficult to say the least. Besides, the carrier was almost done when this was posted :-)
Quoting claw paradox
nice! the only thing that's a bit iffy is the horizontal tailfins.
Thanks for the comment. On the scale I was working on, I really didn't see any other alternatives that would give me that sharp looking tail fin. Any case, this was pretty much table scrap as well; so....
Quoting Caleb Delfs
Brilliant! Easily the best microscale plane I've seen! Hey if any of the stuff here is good (http://www.flickr.com/photos/82353276@N07/) could you please give it a mention on the blog? I'd appreciate it.
Thanks for the comment! I don't edit the blog, so I don't have control over that, but I can ask and see what I can do.....
SWEET plane! and that joke about snowden was Hilarious! and I've heard a lot!(i watch the news and the late show) can't wait to see the completed carrier!P.S. I'm building a ldd model of the USS Lexington CV-16. can you check it out and spread the word?
I like it
July 27, 2013
Sweet little fighter. Love the shape of the wings. Always teasing us with that carrier. ;)