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I'm just a Flightgear user :), I've been teaching myself 3D modeling and hope to eventually complete an aircraft. In the past ( since about 2002 ) I've tried large aircraft and never finished because of their complexity. I've decided to start a smaller ( hopefully) simpler aircraft to learn with with the goal of completing it then moving on to more ambitious projects.

very early version of my Beechcraft 240 Sierra

(8/20/2012) added wings flaps and ailerons, rear and front doors.

very early version of my Beechcraft 240 Sierra

Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar Wikipidea Entry

Model: Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar

Basic Information:

Base Series Designation: Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar

Classification Type: Paratroop and Supplies Transport / Gunship Aircraft Contractor: Fairchild Corporation - USA Country of Origin: United States Initial Year of Service: 1947 Crew / Accommodations: 4 + 40 Production Total: 1,112*

Performance: Engine(s): 2 x Wright R-3350-89 Cyclone 18-cylinder radial engines delivering 3,500hp each.

Maximum Speed: 217 miles per hour | 350 kilometers per hour | 189 knots Maximum Range: 1,771 miles | 2,850 km Service Ceiling: 23,901 feet | 7,285 meters | 4.5 miles Rate of Climb: Not Available

Dimensions: Length: 86.48 feet | 26.36 meters Wingspan/Width: 109.32 feet | 33.32 meters Height: 26.25 feet | 8.00 meters Empty Weight: 39,800 pounds | 18,053 kilograms MTOW: 85,001 pounds | 38,556 kilograms


First try at 3D art and the Fairchild C-119 I'll post updates till I have something flightworthy :)

Fairchild C-119 "Flying Boxcar" Ver 1.


Fairchild C-119 High Poly "Flying Boxcar" Ver 2.


Fairchild C-119 Low Poly "Flying Boxcar" Ver 3.


Fairchild C-119 Normal Poly "Flying Boxcar" Ver 4.