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Pieberius's Avatar Pieberius
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Beside the Boeing 767 the Boeing 777-300ER is one of the most changed plane I have created. The original plane started off as an approximate version of the 777, so over the years this design has been redesigned numerous times, and finally I am at a version I am happy with and there is no doubt it will be updated now and then but not at a rate like the previous versions so every couple of months I might changed one or two blocks, but building planes is and ongoing project i don't think will ever be finished entirely, and with the release of new blocks such as wool stairs and slabs might see a complete over haul of all the planes I have created to remove the blockyness and have an over all 1.5:1 scale smooth fuselage.

Boeing 777-200 Minecraft Map
Boeing 777-300ER: British Airways

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Complete Redo : by Pieberius 05/24/2017 1:51:36 pmMay 24th, 2017

Scaled up the body correctly. this made the whole body 1 block taller. whole new interior and new engines.
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ImNotADonor_LT
08/24/2017 7:51 am
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pls schematic
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KeepPhlyingHigh
05/25/2017 6:09 pm
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I would recommend using stairs for your windows, as it looks better at your scale. Other than that, GG!
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Pieberius
05/28/2017 7:46 am
Level 54 : Grandmaster Fox
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I make 2 versions of planes one made from all slabs and one made from all blocks. This would be the one made from all blocks. I do this so I can colour the plane any colour without re-texturing stairs and slabs. If and when coloured stairs and slabs come out I will happily use the slab and stair variants of my planes. I also prefer the slab ones but I work with what I got in minecraft at the moment :P
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JordanCO_TV
10/27/2016 4:19 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Architect
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Would serious thin out the wings. Way too thick for a 77W, (or 777 in general), as the wings for the entire T7 series are pretty thin.
(This picture shows how thin-ish they are, regardless of the flap configuration)
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Pieberius
10/28/2016 1:49 pm
Level 54 : Grandmaster Fox
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those wings were made with Boeing blueprints and have been done correctly so that the thickness of the wings is correct
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Pieberius
10/28/2016 1:56 pm
Level 54 : Grandmaster Fox
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also if this is in any way possible to make thinner please be my guest
http://imgur.com/Jeswogi

what you are seeing in the cover photo is a combination of both the fixed sweptback and the horizontal stabilizer
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JordanCO_TV
10/28/2016 5:04 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Architect
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Then the blueprints are off or something, as you've seen I use a single-slab for wings in 1.5:1 scale. The number of times I see people use blueprints, and do something incorrectly is quite high, thus why I don't use them, I don't accept the "it's correct" in my book. Mathematically, it's not, and never will be. (unless you did a incredibly large scale)
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Pieberius
10/29/2016 10:09 am
Level 54 : Grandmaster Fox
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not sure but "it's correct" would be literally not mathematically so what american maths is like I have no clue :P
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Pieberius
10/29/2016 10:12 am
Level 54 : Grandmaster Fox
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but basically to work out slab wings you need make the image double the scale of the scaled down original blueprints you had used so if i scaled it down to 10% i would scale that blueprint down to 20% of the original as slabs are half as tall as blocks and it is like 1 slab thick majority of the way at the end, also trust me they look thicker than they actually do in game, its probably the FOV i used
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The_Growl
10/27/2016 1:57 pm
Level 37 : Artisan Architect
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Those windows are edited in right? Right?

Also, could you explain what fuselage is in simple terms? Not the worlds biggest plane nerd.
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Pieberius
10/28/2016 2:03 pm
Level 54 : Grandmaster Fox
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no those windows are not edited in that is just an iron door
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