Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIb file bundle.
You will receive the following formats archived in a file when you purchase this product:
- Adobe Ilustrator (.ai)
- Encapsulated Postscript (.eps)
- Portable Document Format (.pdf)
- Scalable Vector Graphics (.svg)
- AutoCAD (.dwg)
- Drawing Exchange Format (.dxf)
- CorelDraw (.cdr)
The bundle includes 4 views of the Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIb: top, bottom, left and right
Scale of the drawing is 1/48
Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIb was a British fighter plane used extensively during the Second World War mostly by Royal Air Force. It was overshadowed by the fame of Supermarine Spitfire, however Hurricane was responsible for more than 60% of the Luftwaffe losses during the Battle Of Britain. The plane was respected and loved by its pilots and maintenance personnel for its qualities. More than 14 400 were built between 1937 and 1944. Despite lacking the fame of the Spit, Hurricane played a vital role during Second World War for the British forces.
Hawker Hurricane was used as a fighter, fighter-bomber, reconnaissance, ground support and bomber interceptor roles. Some versions designated Sea Hurricane were used as a carrier based planes. Hurricane played a significant role in the defence of Malta and also on the Eastern Front, where under the Lend-Lease act, nearly 3000 were delivered to the Soviets. Hurricane flew in the far East as well, where it fought Japanese and was flown even in Australia. Today, more than a dozen Hurricane planes remain airworthy.
Rhino Red Prints drawings are vector file bundles designed to serve the basic needs of various sectors. 3D designers, Publishers, Decal Makers, RC and Plastic Model Makers often need profile or top views and even sometimes combination of those, featuring different aircraft. Such drawings take time and effort to be completed. Red Rhino Prints drawings are made to be very close to reality, but does not represent absolutely accurate blueprints of the vehicles depicted. The blueprints in the form of file bundle are in 48th scale and are close to reality, but there might be discrepancies with the real vehicles depicted.