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Date: May 5, 2011
RE: Stargazer2006's photo manipulations!
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keep doing them, i have a suggestion, you should fuse a MH-53 with an AH-64's weapon system



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Date: May 17, 2011
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Supposing Vought and Sikorsky had remained one entity well into the 1950s and early 1960s... They might have used the airframes of the cancelled XC-142A to produce a new helicopter type, the Vought-Sikorsky HH-12A Shrike...

vought-sikorsky-shrike.jpg



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Date: May 17, 2011
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Great work, Stéphane! I also like how you can work with black-and-white images and add all of those colors with ease. Keep it up! wink



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Thanks, Stingray! But actually in this case the original photo of the XC-142 was in color...



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Oh, I see! Well, the underside of the fuselage sort of gave the impression of a grayscale image. Must be the resolution.



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Date: May 17, 2011
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This is very good! clap.gif



-- Edited by Sarah on Wednesday 18th of May 2011 12:20:33 AM

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Thanks, Sarah and Stingray!!! Glad you guys like it. wink



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What if Bell/Boeing's V-22 had not been the first operational VTOL? What if Boeing had teamed up with Learjet instead to offer an heir to the old X-19 concept and make it work as a liaison/VIP transport? This is what the fake advertisement above is all about.

Original picture can be seen here for comparison: [link]

boeing_lear_cv_24a_hummingbird_by_bispro-d3wphzd.jpg

© Stéphane Beaumort / AviaDesign 2011



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Incredible!!! This is the most impressive of all, I think.



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Date: Jul 17, 2011
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Thanks Stingray! I hope other members will like it too!


Today, I took one of the most ungainly aircraft ever, the Fiat 7002 helicopter, and decided to turn into an even greater monstrosity!!

Introducing... two exclusive documents on the Fiat 7500 « Treno Volante » or « Flying Train »... Scary, eh?  Grin

 

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Correction, THIS is the most impressive! Sincerely epic work!! biggrin



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Date: Aug 14, 2011
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Thanks, Sting! Hope you will enjoy this one: here's the Shorts/Sikorsky S-900 Heli Skyvan, a rotorcraft derivative of the famed Shorts 330/360 Skyvan series.

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And as a little extra, the General Electric XH-14A...

I think the Flettner Fl 339 might have looked great if built. In the following I imagined that General Electric had received the plans from the U.S. government and been given a contract for two prototypes (serials 49-2020 and -2021) as the XH-14A (leaving "XR-14/XH-14" aside because it had been allocated to the unbuilt Firestone GA-50)...

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Wonderful! The aerodynamics of the Shorts/Sikorsky S-900 are perfect, in which case I think this fictional design is the most believable. Bravo!



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Date: Sep 14, 2011
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Amazing! Please keep making photo manipulations like these! smile



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Date: Oct 31, 2011
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Thanks guys for the support!

Some may remember my Vought-Sikorsky Shrike... Well, here is another take on the LTV XC-142 concept, the LTV (Vought) V-498 Bluebird (which derived its name from Vought's very first aircraft). It was produced in small numbers for a few regional airlines in the U.S. and Canada, such as the now defunct New York Airways, seen here.



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Another beautifully crafted work of art. Great job!



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Date: Dec 30, 2011
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These are amazing photo manipulations. The advertisement style gives them a very realistic feel.

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Thank you so much for the cool feedback, and welcome to the forum, SuperStallion! I'm glad you've enjoyed my work. If you're into more than just rotorcraft, I have hundreds of other imaginary aircraft online at http://bispro.deviantart.com/gallery/24200217



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Date: Dec 31, 2011
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Stéphane, thanks for the welcome, and thanks for sharing the link to your gallery. You have created many wonderful what-ifs, and I hope to see more in the future. Keep up the good work.



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Date: Dec 31, 2011
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Really cool art, Stargazer! Great Deviant Art gallery too.



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Date: Jan 1, 2012
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Very professional-looking manipulated images, Stargazer.

How would you like to do me an exclusive Comanche one? I am willing to pay you for your efforts!

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Date: Jan 1, 2012
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Thanks folks for the great encouragements!

Flyboy, please send me an e-mail or a private message and tell me what you're thinking of. If I find it feasible and interesting to do, no problem!



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