I am looking for any methods that could help me create the shape better. The type of shape is a Fuselage to Wing Joint (FTWJ). I have a blueprint where I am trying to create a Learjet 45 and I have trouble with creating the FTWJ shape. So what I am looking is any types of methods that could involve plugins or other tools from Sketchup to create the FTWJ more accurately. I have no experiences with this type of modelling and I would appreciate that anyone can teach me how to do so.
You’re not giving us much to go on, but I would use a variety of Thomthom’s plugins and one of Tigs to build a plane.
Here is a very basic start for you.
Obviously it depends what you want the model to be, this is a very quick fluid method that can create a nice shape, but if you want to make an accurate piece by piece model of a Learjet you need to tackle the individual parts.
@Box alright. I’ll take a picture of what I am having trouble with.
That’s why I said "If you have any question, then go ahead and ask. I don’t know what information I should tell. I apologize for that.
I can indeed see the red arrow (rather apt) I can also see the ‘square with a radius corner’ that it is pointing to. Then I look at your ‘finished fuselage’ and I’m in a quandry. I can’t for the life of me think how we can marry these complex parts together without spilling vast quantities of beer over detailed plans in a snug somewhere in the back of a thatched roof pub. Unfortunately I think we are hemispheres apart on this one. @TheOnlyAaron will have to sort you out.