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Sarah's Paint.NET "masterpieces" :P
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No, not even close to "masterpieces", but here are some gyroplanes I did with Paint.NET. These are pretty old, I'm much better with it now (although clearly Ashley is the real pro).

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And this is the same aircraft but with turbo engines instead of props.

I'll post more soon. wink



-- Edited by Sarah on Tuesday 14th of December 2010 11:07:36 PM



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Brilliant! We have a third supplier of dream designs here (and a fourth with Ashley of course...). This is getting to be interesting! wink


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These are great! Its also nice seeing that I'm not the only one who uses Soviet-style rear landing gear in fantasy designs. aww



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Stingray wrote:

These are great! Its also nice seeing that I'm not the only one who uses Soviet-style rear landing gear in fantasy designs. aww


 

Thanks! And Soviet? How are they Soviet?



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Sarah wrote:

Thanks! And Soviet? How are they Soviet?



Most of the early Mil helicopters use the same kind of rear landing gear configuration, for example.



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Stingray wrote:

Most of the early Mil helicopters use the same kind of rear landing gear configuration, for example.


 

I didn't notice.

Here is another old drawing (more of a random doodle with no effort) of a gyroplane with no wings and no source of thrust or means of anti-torque... just a main rotor to spin it out of control. aww

Ugh, I'll get to my real works of art soon.



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I cant find my best artworks yet, they are probably in boxes. For now I have these crudely drawn concepts for some rotorcraft I came up with a few years ago. First one here is a trailing-rotor aircraft with downward-tilting rotors. I tried to fix a small problem with ground clearance in the second one (it was simple, I just put the wings closer to the top and angled upward about 10 degrees) and also drew out a quad-rotor configuration. Sorry if my Ts look like Ys.

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-- Edited by Sarah on Tuesday 14th of December 2010 12:42:10 AM

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And here I was trying different concepts of the single tilt-propeller, and a tandem-rotor configuration of it. Ashley suggested I do this for my trailing-rotor aircraft too but I never got around to it.

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Very interesting stuff! You've got a clean and effective stroke!

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Wow! I thought I was the only one to come up with this kind of stuff! It's nice seeing that we think a lot alike.

Good work. thumbsup.gifthumbsup.gif


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Thank you, guys! aww



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Cool! if I ever see helis like these flying I will know they were made by you. lol



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More weird aircraft. These predate my years as an aerospace engineer. Ignore the random doodles in the first one... and I tried playing with this concept in the next two so it can carry passengers.

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These are great! The first one looks a lot like a design from MAI.

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Brilliant! And the second out of the three designs is definitely the most attractive one for me.

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Sarah wrote:

And here I was trying different concepts of the single tilt-propeller, and a tandem-rotor configuration of it. Ashley suggested I do this for my trailing-rotor aircraft too but I never got around to it.


 

It looks like Boeing proposed something strikingly similar to this already...

http://stingraysrotorforum.activeboard.com/t26318430/boeing/



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Extremely fascinating concepts, Sarah.

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Very good and interesting idea, Sarah.
Good for sci-fi movie but good, I hope, for our future :)

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