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« Reply #15 on: February 20, 2011, 12:30:36 am »
Here is a teaser of Boeing 797. Not  fully developed yet .
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« Reply #16 on: March 02, 2011, 10:30:57 pm »
Thank you so much for your kind words, it means a lot to me! Here is the front of RAH-68 Navajo next generation large multirole attack helicopter. I tried to advance some stealth features on it. for example, canon is in a seperate bay, exhaust is dissipated through vents in main rotor and air intake nozzle is curved in a way that from  the front it is hidden behind canopy curvature, the air is simply dragged in using Coanda effect. Although, who knows where the life will take me, I have this love within me.........

Wow, that thing just looks scary, it's almost dinosaur like with the large front facing "eyes".

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« Reply #17 on: March 03, 2011, 07:06:56 am »
The idea of the chopper fascia comes from an ancient pliosaur- liopleurodon ferox, which is  believed to be the fiercest  predator that ploughed prehistoric seas. The massive jawline and `face` is inspired from that animal.
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« Reply #18 on: March 03, 2011, 08:04:06 am »
Pretty cool designs, man! And the 797, I'm feelin' it.
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« Reply #19 on: March 03, 2011, 01:34:55 pm »
Thanks for appreciating my sketches. My dream is to design cars, and put Detroit back on track by actually building cars in -house. I also dream to design the biggest airplane in the world and surpass An-225 Mrya, and return the title back to USA. I wish that some university would take me and teach me how to design in 3d, . Here is a sketch of next generation medium cargo plane Boeing Cargox. I am also in progress on iso view. The idea is that the plane would have a removable middle section of wings, that could be attached when heavier loads are carried. That section would be attached to gain additional lift. Well, i hope I can post yaw vectoring airplane in  a week.

More Cool stuff ADVANCEDBOY!

I have some knowledge of ACCD (Art Center Collega Of Design) in Pasadena. They have a 8-term Bachelor of Science
degree in "Transportation Design". The dept. chairs' name is Stewart Reed. They teach what you are interested in,
and are one of the most famous auto design schools in the world. We're talking exterior and interior
design here. We are not talking auto engineering. You have to submit a portfolio for entrance, and if they like
you're portfolio, you're in. If you are not ready yet, they also have a prep school availabe where they will
help you get to the level you need to be at.

I am no expert at this, but from what I have seen I think you have a talent for this. As far as 3-D skills, it's going to
take practice, practice, and practice.

Next step might be, if you are in the LA area, arrange a 1-hour session with one of ACCD's admission counselors. If
you don't live in that area, you can also mail your work to them and then conduct the session over the phone as they're
looking at your work. You also could maybe call Stweart Reed and talk to him. He is a very nice guy. I've met
him. He's there for his current and future students. Just tell him what you want to do. They have a web site to find phone
numbers.

After the meetings above, I think you could actually develop a plan, or at least know more.

There are other design schools as well. CCS (Center for Creative Studies) in Detroit. The benefit of that school
is that the Detroit auto companies are more tightly involved with the school. You can also do a session with CCS like
I recommended with ACCD.

There are other schools as well. I recall a school in San Francisco run by a famous ex-auto designer.

Anyway, if I can help further, PM me.

Regards

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« Reply #20 on: March 04, 2011, 12:24:45 pm »
This is another view of Boeing Cargox regional cargo plane. It differs from front view as I tried to change some details. Basically a technological innovation is the aileron behind the engines . It is directly where the exhaust of engine is, when the airplane is changing pitch, the aileron not only changes the air stream direction on the wing , but it also changes the direction of exhaust in the engines. As it basically uses the same aeleron that is on the wing , but is prolonged to go along the engine exhaust, this would allow to save weight and installation of additional motors and actuators.
    And thank you so much for giving me inspiration to work harder an come up with new ideas. I would really gladly apply for this university. I have so many car sketches, that I will have to filter through them which ones to keep, and which ones to discard,. I will start thinking on details how exactly to try to apply for studies there, as it is a very crucial, probably a life changing event...
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« Reply #21 on: March 04, 2011, 12:36:40 pm »
 This is the next generation of stealth bomber B3. It has a new principle of yaw control. It has no rudder,but it uses front wing edge drag to achieve steering. The wing edge is electrostatically charged, which reduces drag by about 40 per cent. The steering( yaw control) is achieved by switching electrostatic charging off in one of the wings, thus increasing drag, which will allow the aircraft to change direction. This is just a sketch, I will post soon another sketch , which will have a rudder , and could be built to check this type of steering using rudders as back up for the technology demonstrator. The aircraft uses negative delta wing in order to have a maximum length available for electrostatic charging up front. The edges of the inner rim of the wing can be charged as well. This is not the final version as it  is only a rough sketch, but it gives a hint where I would like the future to go:) Talking about crazy, alright here it goes. The inner empty rectangles within each of the wings can be used for bombs. The bombs would have a shape so that they would perfectly fill in the wing and their shape would give additional lift once they are installed in the wings. Once the bombs are dropped, the lift of course is reduced, but so is the weight of the airplane!
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« Reply #22 on: March 06, 2011, 10:24:18 am »
Sikorsky Skya concept. Next generation of medium helicopters. It has a new type of windows, similar as used on buses. It also has a turboprop engine at rear, with ailerons going in the fenestron to control pitch. I am still practicing and I have no  specific education or good skills or tools, but I have my passion:) Hope you like it. I am still working on  b3 and Yavex.
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« Reply #23 on: March 12, 2011, 08:24:11 am »
Alleged Aurora. Prelimenary sketch. It has a new type of air intake, so that stealth wouldn`t be reduced by intake vents. I might do detailing later. ( Mach 2.6. ;Max. alt. 32k m,.)
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« Reply #24 on: March 27, 2011, 07:38:15 pm »
This is Lockheed -Martin Corvus UAV. The first UAV going Mach2. Length 29m, TOGW- 23T., Alt. ceiling-26 000m.
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« Reply #25 on: March 29, 2011, 04:19:14 pm »
Corvus looks like a production variant of the Bird of Prey.

Neat skills.

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« Reply #26 on: April 22, 2011, 11:20:38 am »
This is next generation of planes - Boeing 80-8. It will start a new numerical series. it is a cargo plane for lifting up to 90 tons.
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« Reply #27 on: April 22, 2011, 11:23:48 am »
This is a the next one in series 81-8. It is a passenger plane for up to 200 passengers.
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« Reply #28 on: April 22, 2011, 11:41:16 am »
The project got inspiration from a folk tale about the crow and the cheese. Remember the crow was sitting in a tree with a large piece of cheese,? ..etc. The experiment is as follows. Corvus UAV is piggy-riding Boeing 80-8. At certain altitude the engines of 80-8 are shut off, while the steering input is still  from 80-8. The thrust is then activated from Corvus. So basically the duo would fly using aelerons and rudders of 80-8 but thrust from Corvus. This would be the first phase in creating next generation UAVs that could be used in far future for carrying large aircraft to runways, or saving aircraft that have engine problems. And thanks for the kind comments, it gives me inspiration:)
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« Reply #29 on: April 22, 2011, 12:14:30 pm »
This is a luxury seat for 81-8. Not econo class:)
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