The model was created for a short movie I always wanted to make but never did (it was ANTI-WAR despite what the images might suggest). After two years in the closet, I decided to take it back, finish the texture and render at least this image.
The plane features indipendent rotating engines and ailerons for maximum agility and moves more or less like a falcon (the animal, not the plane). Crew of two (pilot, bomber).
This was my first model completely made in 3dsmax, it’s a low poly model created for animation.
This is the back view. The red dots you see are the lights of the visual communication system (like morse) used in formation flight. Note that the plane has three points of suspension: the carriage in the center and two wheels on the tip of the vertical planes. The two wheels are fixed while the main carriage is steerable.
Here are the main views of the plane. I’ve tilted one of the engines and the ailerons of the main wings to show what I meant for “rotating engine”. Note that the version you see has only fuel tanks and not bombs.