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Su34 J10 new render by senor-freebie Su34 J10 new render by senor-freebie
As I have learnt new ways to render I decided that I would add a new render of some of my older works. This is the Su-34 and J-10; 2 models that I am awfully proud of. However their renders were sub-par and I figured that I would show them in a new light ... literally.

Poly count is 5,500 for the Su-34 (not including wing mounted weapons) and 3,500 for the J-10. Both have a 1024x1024 material but the Su-34 has an extra 512x512 and 256x256 for smaller details.

Su-34 old render: [link]

J-10 old render: [link]
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:iconmidway2009:
Midway2009 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome aircraft!
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Quatrefoil24 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2010
Yeah...good job!!!It's my country's new fighter plane called J-10A.He has a nickname that name after by NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organization北大西洋公约)----"The Ferocious Dragon" This fighter plane was manufactured in my hometown Cheng Du,China!!!Sometimes,I always see these J-10A flying in the air up my head!!!It's amazing!!!
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
:) Cool. Must be awesome seeing them fly around.
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Quatrefoil24 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2010
Yeah!!!You are a genius....It is great honor to exechange ideas with you!Now,I have photos of J-10B,it's more cool!
I'll deliver them to dA Zone to share with you!!!
^_^
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I haven't seen the J-10B I don't think. It might be interesting to do a conversion of this model if it was possible.
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Quatrefoil24 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2010
Yeah....beautiful....
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neoy2j Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010  Student Interface Designer
amazing work!!
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
cheers!
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pheelfresh Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2006   Photographer
That SU-34 is a beautiful airplane. Awesome render. +fav
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awash2002 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2006
that is sweet
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r-f Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006  Student Digital Artist
su34 :heart: ....i just love russian planes :D
nice render :nod:

but why the hell the j10 have a u.s.a. combat air command symbol on his tale ? :|
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
That is not a USAF air command symbol. I've heard that numerous times. I may have gotten it mixed up in terms of region but when I searched for it, it was the symbol for China's air unit (unsure of size) stationed near Taiwan. This is an actual PLAAF symbol and it just happens to be similar at very low res :P
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Freelancer89 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006   Digital Artist
Su34 and the J10.. what a coincidence. Did you happen to get a little inspirational help from BF2?
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
No this was done before BF-2 existed for a modification for Battlefield Vietnam called Point of Existence. Much of DICE's inspiration for BF-2 was taken directly from PoE. So the coincidence is in fact that these aircraft appeared in BF-2 and not the other way around.

Correction, the J-10 was originally done for a modification called Red Horizons which then became Tides of Darkness, which in turn merged with the PoE team. The Chinese side was discontinued however the inspiration for BF-2 still revolves around this model. All the flattery of having a major game based on things I modelled aside, I am still annoyed that it wasn't me getting paid to do these aircraft.
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Freelancer89 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006   Digital Artist
so did EA simply get a copy of your models and put them into BF2?
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
No. They did new ones as that would have been copyright fraud and I could've sued them for every cent they made in BF-2 and no high priced lawyers could have saved them a cent.
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Freelancer89 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006   Digital Artist
=/ I guess it must simply BE coincidence then.
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hatelore Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2005
Pure awesome.
Awesome in its pure form.


(It's also awesome)
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you
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0viking0 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2005
Really Nicely done...
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you.
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0viking0 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2006
NP.. Check This Out :) [link] and tell me what you think.
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aquilaquarto Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2005
very great
welcome
if you like the fighters jets see my gallery :)[link]
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you. I am looking at your gallery currently. Very interesting.
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factorone33 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2005  Professional Photographer
Fantastic! The rail-mounted Sidewinders and Sparrows are awesome!

At first I thought these were photos of real models or something, and then realized they were 3D Renderings. O_o
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
o_O Those are Russian missiles. The smaller air to air ones on the outer wings of the larger aircraft are R-77's AMRAAM-SKI's. The next 2 are a laser guided bomb then a camera guided anti ship missile. On the smaller plane all that is visible is a external fuel tank. Thank you for the comment. I aim to get them as 'photo real' as I can but I didn't quite do it on either of these :(
Oh and for the record the 3D models are for a PC game which means that it is an even bigger compliment that you think it looks like a photo.
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factorone33 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2005  Professional Photographer
Oh, those are AM-RAAMs. Wow. heh, shows you how much I've kept up on US military aircraft in the last 10 years. When I was a kid I used to be big into fighter aircraft, and have two large books full of aircraft photos. I've just slacked lately.
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MaddWolf Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
LOVE MIGS !!!!!!!!!
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Neither are a Mig but close. One is a fighter made mostly by Chinese and Israeli engineers. The other is made by Russia's premiere fighter manufacturer (Sukhoi) who currently are considered the worlds most advanced fighter manufacturer.
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DarkWizard83 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2005
Lovely rendetion of these Russo-Chinese fighter bombers. Keep up the good work.
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you. I just realised what it means to put them side by side like this but its probably a reflection of the future.
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Naiyion Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2005
Beautiful aircraft models... I just wish the jpeg quality was alittle higher so I could encounter better detail.
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you. My computer doesn't like giving me good jpeg quality.
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mikkow Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2005
Very cool. I love military aircraft. Never seen A SU34 before though, it doesn't look familiar.. interesting :thumbsup:
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
The Su-34 is currently considered the worlds best strike fighter. It beats the F-111 and Tornado in most performance aspects and still has room for a toilet and a kitchen for the crew, an important feature when on a long flight for what is usually a very short and high stress engagement.

Also, don't let appearances fool you. This aircraft most probably stands a chance against an F/A-22 and would beat an F-35 more often then not.
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mikkow Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2005
Really?! Holy shit, I need to read into this. When did it this SU34 first appear? I haven't been checking the aircraft news properly for the last 13 years.
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
1990's
It has not appeared in large numbers yet due to the financial problems of the former Soviet union however other 2 seater aircraft from its family that fulfill a similar role (with less emphasis on the strike half) are quite common. Also ... it might be interesting to check out the Su-30MKI. This is currently considered the most advanced fighter ready for active service. Although with the F/A-22 becoming combat ready soon and the Rafale's 'reputed' active radar-defence its title might be challenged pretty soon.

Note that the MKI is a very expensive variant bought by the Indian Air Force from the Russians that basically includes the most advanced upgrades available for the series of aircraft.
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Mikoyan Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2006
Nice renders!,


The indians self-modify the Sukhoi jets abit at cope india 2004 which Defeated the USAF 90% of the time, (no joke) Now India and Russia are doing the PAK-FA Project together, go India and Russia :X

the J-10 is inspired by the Mig-144 lol :P
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Dude, the jets at Cope India 2004 and 2005 were Su-30MK's which are the standard export variant of the Su-30. They are basically an Su-27M with 2 seats. The Su-30MKI's, modified to Indian specifications were not featured as they Indians do not want the USA to know their true capabilities.

The results from 2004 were Su-30MK's beating F-15C's 9 out of 10 times. The 1 draw was as a result of the Indian aircraft having maintenance issues and withdrawing. The other results were Mig-21BIS's vs. F-15C's winning 3 out of 4 times. This is in one on one engagements with no AWACS support for either side.

The results in 2005 were teams of 3 Su-30MK's beating teams of 8 and 12 F-16C's every time. The F-16's were given 'simulated' AWACS support and therefore had a better view of the battlefield.

The J-10 is in actual fact the Israeli Lavi, a design that originated before the Mig project 1.44. The Chinese and Israelis reached an agreement to co-develop the aircraft. However when the West made an arms embargo against China they were left with their half of the project and no way to make suffecient engines or radars to make the project viable. So they turned to the Russians and bought Su-27 engines and radars to finish the Lavi. The Israeli's cancelled their side of the project due to lack of funds. The only thing related to the Mig is the radar, which uses technology designed for the Mig's incredibly powerful radar. This technology is common across all recently exported Su-27 radars such as those in the Chinese Su-27SK's, Su-30MKK's and Indian Su-30MK's and Su-30MKI's.

Russian jets are a long way ahead of their US equivalents but please try and get your facts straight :)

Also, the PAK-FA project is reported to include French, Israeli and Chinese expertise. It is likely that India will simply be financing and manufacturing and that Russia / Knaapo / Sukhoi will be team lead.
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Mikoyan Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2006
i see, but most ignorant people say "Huge numbers dosent matter in Modern warfare" lol, thank you for correcting the mistake on the J-10 part.
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senor-freebie Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
They do and they don't. One of the most significant developments in modern history is the development of automatic weapons. The Ak-47 for example is incredibly easy to manufacture and distribute to large amounts of people. Therefore making that country hard to occupy if you have ill intent. Of course a well equipped army can always go in there and massacre them but they will take large amounts of casualties and find themselves facing criticism internationally. This sort of phenonemon (sp?) has stopped occupation in many nations and helped rebel groups rise up against their governments despite being outnumbered and out financed. However in the air things are a little different. 1 Su-27 vs. 50 spitfires and the Su-27 will win. The Su-27 is fast enough to fly at the Spitfires, attack them, return to base for a reload and head back out. Of course 50 spitfires pack a bigger punch vs. ground and probably require less maintenance then 1 Su-27. However that said, the air is a little different to the ground in terms of technology.

In the example with the Su-30MK's vs. the F-16's for example, the F-16's would have been faced with a barrage of R-77 missiles at twice their AMRAAM's range. They would've found that the Su-30MK's were able to disappear from their radar seconds after they detected them, either thanks to the AWACS or their onboard radar and they would've found that the last part of the engagement (after the volley of long range missiles) was even numbers with the Su-30MK's approaching for a WVR kill in their blind spots, using unjammable, undetectable missiles. So in summary, the following technologies played decisive roles in the Su-30MK's victory:

-air frame superiority (can perform more complex maneouvres and can escape doppler shift radar)
-engine superiority (can achieve strategic superiority by positioning themselves faster then the F-16's can escape)
-Phased array BARS II (can detect their opponents without their opponents detecting them, can detect opponents search radar)
-medium range missile superiority (longer range, higher hit probability, less baffling chance)
-short range missile superiority (longer range, higher hit probability, less baffling chance, invisible to ECM systems)

I hope my information was interesting :)
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TDBK Featured By Owner May 26, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:jawdrop: Great work man!! Love that super flanker!! :D
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3Dchain Featured By Owner May 13, 2005
fucking great
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AleG Featured By Owner May 12, 2005
Fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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AlChemistMCMLXXXVII Featured By Owner May 12, 2005
you made this?!?!? wow. can you teach me? hey, how about the MiG 1.42 and the Su-47? =))
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MeganeRid Featured By Owner May 12, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
:wow: very nice rendering~ ^^
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Saaapas Featured By Owner May 12, 2005
uh oh.

I'm just simply so jealous :D
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balloonanimalphreak Featured By Owner May 11, 2005
So proud of you James, I meant it when I say you've gotten very good with what you do. ^__^ This one looks awesome!
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T1g4h Featured By Owner May 11, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice...the SU-34 is Awesome, and I love the J-10 :D
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Quatrefoil24 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2010
Yeah...good job!!!It's my country's new fighter plane called J-10A.He has a nickname that name after by NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organization北大西洋公约)----"The Ferocious Dragon" This fighter plane was manufactured in my hometown Cheng Du,China!!!Sometimes,I always see these J-10A flying in the air up my head!!!It's amazing!!!
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