Nice work, man. Although, speaking from the standpoint of an aviation technician as a day job, my first thought on seeing it was "Man, that thing is liable to crash at sea level pressures." That's just my two cents on the matter, though.
What kind of engines does it have? Turbojets? Also, are those wing-tips going to be compatible with weapons pylons? The wing superstructure must be hella strong, if that's the case. Also, how does this thing land? I mean, what are those under the wings? Are they supposed to function like canards? They look like they would extend past the landing gear. Unless the landing gear is super-long.
Sorry. So many questions. It looks cool, albeit...busy. It looks like there's a lot of drag in the front.
same as the flankers vector engines but more advanced making it a dog fighting monster haha. the wing tips are there more for stability than loaders making it able to "grab" air more when it needs to in higher thinner atmospheres hense the "busy" look, the hard points would be under the wings and main body. the bottom wings fold up upon landing although they dont even hang down that much. questions are cool! it helps artists and designers very much! cheers
Oh, I meant, does it use turbofan engines? Certainly not ramjets, since that's usually used with missiles (because it's reportedly more fuel-efficient for traveling at very high speeds--for instance, Mach 3?). I just wonder what sort of propulsion multi-atmospheric aircraft (from fighters to cargo haulers) would use.