Junkers Ju 87 B-2 nose. -1 reply

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#1 12 years ago

Hello,

I'd like to suggest lowering the very end of the nose part a bit on the Ju 87 B-2 since it's a bit too bulbous when compared to the real thing.

Here's a link to a page that contains actual photos of real life Ju 87 A and B series aircraft that were in service during the second World War:

http://www.luchtoorlog.be/ju87b_f2.htm

Now compare those photos with this:

http://forgottenhope.bf1942files.com/images/news/186%20-%20ju87_02.jpg?PHPSESSID=ae65b2fe5eb9121def4eb60a5426203f

Notice the differance? I immediately noticed differance with the real life Ju 87 B-2 nose and the Forgotten Hope 2 Ju 87 B-2's nose.

Fix this issue please, thanks.




Soujiro

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#2 12 years ago

I must be blind or something, I can't see what the difference between the pictures is.




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#3 12 years ago

The part right before the propellor is going more up and is flat, but in real life the nose goes down to the propellor. Also the rest of the nose section looks a bit too bulbous and short, but this may just be a perspective thing. But the top of the nose being flat instead of going down to the propellor is a mistake in modelling.

Maybe i've just seen this aircraft so many times, and that's why I immediately noticed the error.




|HV|MacGyver

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#4 12 years ago

Probably the angle, even in the RL pics it seems to change with the angle, although I also may be turning blind hehe.




Unkn0wn

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#5 12 years ago

Kinda nitpicking.

I doubt even a real WW2 Stuka pilot would notice.




Seth_Soldier

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#6 12 years ago

MOdellers are using blueprint especailly for airraft so i think it is more a perspective pb (or a problem with the blueprint :uhm:)




FlyGuy45

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#7 12 years ago

Wnat bad look in teh old updates for a panther pick, and nit-pick that!




A_tree

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#8 12 years ago

That plane is huge! Look at the pic of the guy stood under the engine :O With everything to scale this is gonna be one scarey ass game. Getting back to topic i can kinda see the differnce. But in game im sure your gonna be a lot more concerned with the big bomb about to fall on your head.




MkH^

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#9 12 years ago

You mean the part where the propeller and the nose part of the hull meet? Now that I compare the pictures, they seem to be slightly different.




Fuzzy Bunny

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#10 12 years ago

Gawd dude, the real-life photos of the stuka have _slightly_ less of a "hook nose" than the FH2 model. The world won't end because of it. :-)

On the other hand,

b2c.jpg

OOOOH. Ski-Doo Stuka! [INDENT] "Van de Ju 87 B-2 werden er enkele exemplaren voor de winterinzet met ski's uitgerust. Deze versie kreeg de bemaning Ju 87 B-2/U-4 ('U' staat voor Unterversion). In beladen toestand en niet bevroren sneeuwvelden werd de startstrook aanzienlijk langer zodat deze uitvoering na een paar testen opgegeven werd." [/INDENT] What he said!!! ^^^ <3 <3 <3 (Sorry, I don't speak Orc.)