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    Re: de Havilland Vampire

    Jonopen, thanks. I believe they only built two Shetlands.
    Thanks, Joe. If I see an interesting subject Joe, I put it on my list of to do. I don't think I will ever get through that list though. :)
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    Re: de Havilland Vampire

    Thanks Gary, but you have to remember this aircraft first flew in 1943 and was used right into the mid sixties by other air forces. As a first generation jet it was cutting edge technology....
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    de Havilland Vampire

    Rehash of an old one, the de Havilland Vampire. First flew in 1943, first RAF aircraft to fly over 500mph, first pure jet to land and take off from an aircraft carrier, world altitude record of over...
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    Re: Visitor

    Thanks for posting the old link. Many familiar names there. It's a shame things change, but most graphics forums are gone now or barely hanging on with little activity. Most of us here are getting a...
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    Re: Making Waves - The stereogram

    Always enjoy your stereograms, Gary. Excellent as always.
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    Re: Making Waves

    Never seen an effect like that before with the mold tool. Good stuff, Gary.
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    Re: Northrop XP-56 Black Bullet

    Thanks all for your very kind words. For a design put forward in 1939 it was pretty radical.
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    Northrop XP-56 Black Bullet

    This was an interesting design from Northrop, but it just didn't pan out.
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    Re: Pantone colors and paint strokes

    A very cool video, young man.
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    Re: Play with shapes and colours

    Nice, reminds me of those pin wheels on a stick you used to see as kids.
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    Re: Kyushu J7W Shinden

    Thanks for asking, Boy. My backgrounds are always a mix of vector and raster. I never use photo's in my drawings, that can be the kiss of death in digital work. I will use photo's as a reference to...
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    Re: Kyushu J7W Shinden

    Thanks for having a look, guys.
    Canard wing designs always look a little backasswards, Larry.
    Boy, I lay the cloud and ground work out in vector first, then I go at it with a digital brush. The...
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    Re: Kyushu J7W Shinden

    Thanks Egg, Gary. It was an interesting design that would have been easily fitted with a jet engine at a later date.
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    Kyushu J7W Shinden

    The Kyushu J7W Shinden (“Magnificent Lightning”) was a pusher prop fighter with canard wings developed at the end of the war to defend the Japanese homeland against B29 raids. Only two prototypes...
  15. Thread: Forking hell :-)

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    Re: Forking hell :-)

    Now that looks dangerous. :)
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    Re: Shielding state ...

    Love it, Egg.
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    Re: Play with shapes and colours

    Good variations, Igor.
  18. Thread: Gary's clock

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    Re: Gary's clock

    Super looking clock, Mart.
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    Re: Play with shapes and colours

    That is an awesome one, Igor.
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    Re: Lots of Pictures (art dump post)

    Really creative designs you've drawn, hseiken. Great looking work.
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    Re: Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3

    Thanks Joe. I shouldn't have the prop blade of the main plane connecting it to the second plane. Easy to fix in digital. Thanks all for the comments.
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    Re: Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3

    Yes, I should have drawn it prop early.:)
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    Re: Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3

    Not at all Larry, I should have noticed that.
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    Re: Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3

    Thanks guys, and Larry you are correct, I missed that.
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    Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3

    A pair of Russian Mig 3's. First flown in 1940 the Mig 3was poorly suited for low altitude dog fighting. It was designed for high altitude interception.
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