This update has been long necessary, and finally, here it is!
In addition to the change in construction, the renders have been updated and screenshots took with shaders on.
I have fixed all issues that I have found for the moment, please leave a nice comment if you find any more.
This was made to replace the previous 777 post, making the previous one outdated.
This aircraft is made on a 2x scale and with better measurements.
The Boeing 777 is a family of long-range wide-body twin-engine jet airliners developed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
It is the world's largest twinjet and has a typical seating capacity of 314 to 451 passengers, with a range of 5,235 to 9,500 nautical miles (9,695 to 17,594 km). -Qantas Livery -Kangaroo vertical stabilizer -x2 scaling -wings and raked wingtips -new smooth wings -new, overhauled engines at the correct proportions -auto anticollision lights (Refer to red stone section) -auto wing mounted navigation lights (Refer to red stone section) -new highly detailed gears -rear, central, and forward galley including 6 lavatories -overhead baggage compartments with slabs -New Highly detailed flight deck -Automatic Cabin lighting (Refer to red stone section) -Yolk represented with fence gate in flight deck Nah, :) for one its a perspective issue, and also, they're a tad bit higher than usual because I have other, taller models that the jetways need to fit to in my airport, like A380 and 747-8i.
Nice observations though ;)Yea, I tried the slanting the tailcone down, but looks better as it is x DAbout the APU, yea I forgot to add it on this livery..
X D I have it on my other 777-300ER liveries, but I cant post them yet because Im waiting for a staff member to let me post without deleting them... : D It's not coomplicated for me becuase I built it but basicly, I make a frame of the wing, then fill it in, so thats why it's complicated, but still the shape it should be.
There is, if you look closely ( I believe that you are refering to the side view) there is a upwards "curve" But its not a curve, since a curve would be incorrect, since this is a 777, which has less slope, and this is meant to be parked, on the ground.
WHich would result in a lesser slant due to, you know, less air flowing..
: P Bad sentence, sorry, I don't knwo how to describe. their never have / will Airbus A380Airbus A330Boeing 737-800Boeing 787 Dreamliner Boeing 717Bombardier Q400These are their current and on order aircraft (links from qantas website)Thank you for reminding me, I was going to include in description that I was aware that wants does not own 777 but I still built this on two reasons.