Paragon's Viper Mk7 modified build

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Shin_kazama, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. Shin_kazama

    Shin_kazama Member

    have built a Mk7 according to instruction.

    i ended up having some inaccuracies regarding the rear fuselage.

    i have paragon's improved Mk7 no lines and internal engines parts.

    now just looking for more helpful instructions.
  2. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

    try pming paragon.
  3. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

    Found this first. What exactly do you need help with? The parts are still assembled the same way as the version with lines, just bend things instead of folding them.

    The engines are supposed to be layered with the flaps.
  4. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member


    Thought those might be helpful. I can get more pictures of any other parts you want to see, with higher resolution, just ask.
  5. Shin_kazama

    Shin_kazama Member

    yes, as i was looking for instructions for the improved tail area.

    i dunno if you have a cockpit up, but i seem to see one in your photo....

    specific changes highlighted in photo:

    thanks for the help!!!

    Attached Files:

  6. Shin_kazama

    Shin_kazama Member

    and oh, i cant seem to find LAVI-J-10 model for download... may i kindly ask for a link please?

  7. ohgodwhy

    ohgodwhy Member

    This model is modified from Jaybat's design ? Where can I get it ? I like Jaybats' work, but on occasion, I find his models ( This Viper in particular ) a little difficult to put together.
  8. Shin_kazama

    Shin_kazama Member

    the mk 7 was of not or even little trouble for me. i only was looking for the instructions for the more accurate rear fuselage area....
    just google : jay's box of sci fi.
  9. ohgodwhy

    ohgodwhy Member

    I have a copy of Jaybats' Mk7, I was just hoping there was a simpler one out there, but thanks for the reply Shin Kazama.
  10. Shin_kazama

    Shin_kazama Member

    oh you mean the no lines version?

    sorry for the wrong link....

    here you can find all of paragon's projects, though some not yet uploaded.
  11. ohgodwhy

    ohgodwhy Member

    That's the stuff right there ! Thanks Shin Kazama, and thank you Paragon, for the cleaned up version !
  12. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

    The Lavi and J-10 are on my personal website, which is where you'll find everything I release now, with the exception of those updated Battlestar projects. The Lavi is here and the J-10 is here.

    As for the Mk 7 cowling, all I did was take the part and cut it into a more acceptable shape, sorry no instructions for that. The cockpit was also from scratch, just paper I cut up and colored with markers. The guns I didn't change at all, I guess the image just makes them look odd.
  13. Shin_kazama

    Shin_kazama Member

    ok i understand, although it would be nicer if you could draw up a template for the fuselage part....
    that would be all.

    am now working on the landing gears of the vipers and your improved blackbird.

    if youre interested let me know.

    thanks master!
  14. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

    I'll tell you what, I'll go ahead and try to translate the changes to digital and get that file to you. As for the Blackbird, I've been thinking of touching it up again, I've learned a lot of new tricks in Photoshop since I revamped it.
  15. Paragon

    Paragon Active Member

    Ok, I updated the page with the cowling, they're more accurate now. I put all the pages together in a .zip file that you can get here. I'll probably put it on my site sometime too. Its only the Mark 7.
  16. Shin_kazama

    Shin_kazama Member

    ooohhhh, thanks master!!

    youre ze best!!!

    anyways, a darkened version of your modified jay's blackbird is 100% built, though not the latest version...

    if i can only find my frakking card reader!! arrgghh...wall1

    i am test building the nose gears, need more schematics for the mains, i noticed that Mk7 and Mk2 mains are somehow different..

    its al going to be boxy shaped gears...

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