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Contact - Air to Air Fighter by Shimmering-Sword Contact - Air to Air Fighter by Shimmering-Sword
Haven't done a serious fighter design project for a while, so this was fun. Inspirations taken from Russian aesthetic, some F22 stealth lines, and a hint of macross flair :D

An Air Superiority Fighter 30 years in the future. Fast, highly maneuverable, and packed with weaponry.

For :iconbiometal79: ~biometal79

Contact designs are not for personal or commercial use, no derivative works please.
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:iconadmiral-lilwall:
This would look great ported into the Star Citizen game
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TheSaberFan64 Sep 10, 2013  Student Artist
BADASS! :D
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:iconbebberino:
Nice fighter, wish they had more like this in Battletech.
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:iconaliskus:
It!s amazing!!!
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Shimmering-Sword Aug 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks.
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Herr-Crouch Jul 13, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is awesome :D
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:iconimagineoblivion:
I used this jet as a model for some practice in 3ds max. I have completed the model, and would like to know if I could have your permission to post the low poly version on my page. This is not for personal gain, just to help get back into Max after spending a while in Maya.
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Shimmering-Sword May 24, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Sure, just credit it to the game Contact RPG. It's published now, so technically you can practice on these designs as fan art.
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:iconimagineoblivion:
I finally got around to rendering the jet. Check it out.

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Shimmering-Sword Jun 6, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
You should upload a version without the wireframes on. maybe a higher angle shot with a longer lens too (longer lens flattens the perspective, less fish eye effect).
My main critiques so far would be to put aerodynamic profiles on the wings, and in general more rounding of forms.
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