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  1. Thread: One Old, One New

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    One Old, One New

    Two drawings, one updated I did almost 20 years ago of a Blackbird. I used a photo of the plane as a reference for that one, something I haven't done for many years now for obvious reasons. The...
  2. Thread: Screwdriver

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    Re: Screwdriver

    Nice Rik, very inventive.
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    Re: Armstrong Whitworth X-Plane

    Hi Joe, I get most info off web. I look for a 3 view drawing of what it might have looked like and go from there. You can get the general layout of the aircraft from other aircraft of the same time...
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    Re: Armstrong Whitworth X-Plane

    Thank you joe, Paul, Gary, Marc, Larry for leaving your kind comments.
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    Armstrong Whitworth X-Plane

    The Armstrong Whitworth AW-49 was a concept that didn't reach fruition. Nevertheless it was an interesting design.A couple of illustrations of what the plane would have looked like.
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    Re: In remembrance of Syd Mead

    Good stuff as always, Gary. I used to play with Mr. Potato and Cootie as toys in the early 50's. I liked Cootie.
  7. Thread: Chrome sphere

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    Re: Chrome sphere

    Nice work, Mart. Gary's done a lot of excellent tuts over the years.
  8. Thread: Gloster Whittle

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    Re: Gloster Whittle

    A very dangerous job indeed. They were an exceptional generation of airmen. My uncle was in the first world war. He came from a family of twelve.
  9. Thread: Gloster Whittle

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    Re: Gloster Whittle

    Thanks, my friend. Always appreciate the comments from you.
  10. Thread: Gloster Whittle

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    Re: Gloster Whittle

    Thanks Joe, Gary, Paul, Penny O'Rorke, handrawn for leaving a comment.
    Penny O'Rork, lucky you. I think it will be a while before we see airshows again.
    handrawn, wonderful memories to have.
  11. Thread: Gloster Whittle

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    Gloster Whittle

    An old one of the Gloster Whittle. First flown in 1941, two produced, used in Whittle jet engine refining and flight control development. First British jet plane.
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    Re: General Motors/ Fisher P-75

    They had a few problems, Marc. Center of mass was one of them.
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    Re: General Motors/ Fisher P-75

    Thanks, appreciate the kind words, Mike.
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    Re: General Motors/ Fisher P-75

    Thanks, larry.
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    Re: General Motors/ Fisher P-75

    Thanks for leaving a comment Gary, Joe. They were an ungainly design but nevertheless worth a drawing.
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    General Motors/ Fisher P-75

    Can this guy draw anything besides planes????

    A mish mash of several planes including the Mustang, Douglas A24, Airacobra, Corsair, Warhawk and powered by a V-3420-19 24-cylinder engine rated at...
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    Re: Behind the eyeball

    Looking sharp young man. Grew a beard when I went camping. I was about 25 at the time. For some reason it never got shaved off. That was almost 50 years ago.
  18. Thread: My new eye-con

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    Re: My new eye-con

    Cool as always, Gary.
  19. Thread: Gordon Lightfoot

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    Re: Gordon Lightfoot

    Very cool effect, Jim.
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    Re: Curtiss Wright Demon

    It's true alexie, I do like those machines.
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    Re: Curtiss Wright Demon

    Joe, thanks, usually get the ideas from books or mags.
    They were working girls, Gary. No time for wax jobs.
    Larry, Ernie, thanks for the comments.
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    Curtiss Wright Demon

    Dragging out an old one. The Curtiss Wright CW-21, first flew in 1938. This light weight, lightly armed aircraft was designed to quickly intercept bombers but not to dogfight. It had a climb rate of...
  23. Thread: Swiss EFW N-20

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    Re: Swiss EFW N-20

    Thanks all for taking a look and leaving a comment. After looking at it for a few days I've already made some minor changes.
    Larry, do they have blue sky in Northern Europe? (just joking :))
  24. Thread: Swiss EFW N-20

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    Swiss EFW N-20

    A post war Swiss design first flown in 1952.
  25. Thread: Funny inventions

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    Re: Funny inventions

    Love that plug in paint brush. I need one of those.
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