Ducky’s Tutorials # 23 – A Wired Fin Plane – Part 1/3

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Hey guys, this is my come back tutorial. It may take a while to make but it is definitely worth it, thanks to ITMan496 for helping me design this plane. Hope you guys like it, and by the way, I will have a proper website, domain, and server soon. So see you there! If you want to help me start up a proper community, donate each month to davebeeston@googlemail.com on paypal. is all it takes, and will help me pay for webhosting and a few servers.
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25 Responses to “Ducky’s Tutorials # 23 – A Wired Fin Plane – Part 1/3”

  1. wootwoot78 Says:

    Big black balls.

  2. megamarianofull Says:

    hey my Advanced Ball socket tool dosent works…why?

  3. janvoslos Says:

    @JKABvids nice to meet you ps you dont need to introduce your self

    bye pedophille!

  4. wildbill6976 Says:

    @FallForYou55 That’s small compared to the size I build them… my biggest is a bomber with the phoenix 4×4 tubes for a fuselage. 2 levels to walk on inside. wired doors, bomb bay, etc. and can carry a dozen of the phx bombs…
    I also have separate, and realistic control surfaces… elevators, flaps, rudders, etc.

    Took awhile to get it to fly properly, but pilotable aircraft are much more fun… especially when you can drop bombs…

  5. XDjohanmystXD Says:

    6:30 just easy precision it and ‘push’ it inswards?

  6. FallForYou55 Says:

    To big i dont like life size airplanes that use fin tool

  7. JKABvids Says:

    Pedophile

  8. supergiff8 Says:

    Learn to explain your tutorials easier and more simple. And stop stuttering in the middle of the video.

  9. omardude2 Says:

    does it make ur plane go up and down?or roll left or rite?

  10. DETH19952 Says:

    i went to compass and alsi t says is the north and studff no axis

  11. DETH19952 Says:

    couldnt u use ropes for the ballsocket parts??
    if not then how do u find the map axis?

  12. zaperatus Says:

    there is a tool that let’s you position the two bars like they are in the front, it’s called easy precision and then there is a prop push/pull function

  13. Elrhino123 Says:

    wow your voice is awsome, young-ish but awsome =D great vid btw =)

  14. salt120 Says:

    damn shit the hydralics make the axis go much less longer so i can’t go up /down/ turn

  15. FoxxZombie Says:

    7:22
    well, there kinda is, and i use this for scaling walls and stuff when building houses=
    easy weld the prop generaly where you want it, undo the weld and make a slider from the opposite ends of the props (works the same as inside ends) and if they are nocolided then you can make it as far in and out of the prop as you want without it getting out of alignment, then undo the slider… but i only use that for bigger things =P

  16. FoxxZombie Says:

    zed.. lol im sorry i couldnt not luagh =P

  17. randallion12 Says:

    You are one hell of a kid.

  18. Jeromy2 Says:

    couldnt u jsut use a rope instead of an adv ballsocket?

  19. rolades Says:

    well… he needs to stick to the 10 minute limit.

  20. supergiff8 Says:

    Because i need to pause it and go back because he goes so dang fast

  21. rolades Says:

    *alt

  22. rolades Says:

    so why you have to atl tab ?

  23. supergiff8 Says:

    I use double moniters

  24. rolades Says:

    have you ever tried to play in windowed mode ?

  25. supergiff8 Says:

    Slow down dude on all your tutorials I gotta alt tab out and pause it cause you go way to fast, when you do something tell us what you did and what to do instead of just continue building

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