First all metal fighter airplane of Yugoslav construction was Ikarus IK-2. This digital painting show it in the climb above clouds. The Ikarus IK-2 was a 1930s high-wing, all-metal, single seat, monoplane fighter aircraft of indigenous design built for the Yugoslav Air Force. The IK-2 was designed by Kosta Sivčev and Ljubomir Ilić. Royal Yugoslav Air Force ordered a production batch of 12 IK-2 fighters, which were all delivered in 1937.