CLEARANCE: Above Top Secret
- May 26, 2006
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Thank you my dear Jemiba.
I think this artist drawing to a Helicopter was familiar,was it a real design or not ?.
I'm surprised this image could even raise eyebrows. OF COURSE it was a real design, the Pitcairn PA-36 Whirlwing.archipeppe said:
here is a manned rocket space-bomber artist drawing,was it a real one ?.
archipeppe said:My guess is that behind such fake design could be some element of truth, in sense that probably some Burya element went all the way to West up to U.S. press....hesham said:here is a manned rocket space-bomber artist drawing,was it a real one ?.
So what? Disney produced a movie with Seversky, it's only normal that they should put his ideas into cartoon form. Doesn't mean the designs weren't his.The Artist said:Those look like Disney art to me - Storyboards and design treatments done by the Disney artists.
hesham, it's not just a page with odds and ends from various films. This particular page is entirely concerned with Alexander de Seversky's Victory Through Air Power, the movie he did with Disney in 1943 and which we've recently discussed in another topic. ALL IMAGES in that page are screenshots from that movie, and if you haven't yet watched it, I warmly recommend it.hesham said:in a site,which speaks about aircraft in movies and TV
Of course it is still possible that the drawing represents an as-yet unidentified project, but given the high level of research in the identification of all the other types in the page, I have my doubts that it is little more than an imaginary type, embodying the various features from most biplanes of that time.This is an animated film. The aircraft shown in it are therefore not actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.
You are right my dear,and your pictures are clearer than Flightglobal,thanks.The Artist said:Fair enough. The search function here is tricky enough when searching for topics, but searching for images is a completely different animal.
I'm pretty sure we discussed this aircraft a while ago in another topic.richard said:https://books.google.co.nz/books?id=qZhdxqqWu4gC&pg=PA82&dq=Turkey+plane&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjsttqzjcDJAhVGWxoKHXyqBn8Q6AEIGzAA#v=onepage&q=Turkey%20plane&f=false
Fake ? It sounds like a joke for Thanksgiving 1931 , but who knows ...