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  • sky105
    Junior Member
    • Jun 2004
    • 4

    US VFX and FX Programmes TONY BUTTLER

    Hi

    Air Enthusiast
    November/December 2005 Issue

    Might-Have-Beens Projects Special
    Steps to the Big League
    US VFX and FX Programmes finding the F-14 and F-15.
    TONY BUTTLER


    Does anybody have a pictures?
    Thank
  • TinWing
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Sep 2005
    • 950

    #2
    I should point out that this forum is hosted by the publisher of Air Enthusiast magazine.

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    • JAZZ
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Jan 2005
      • 122

      #3
      Looking Forward to getting a copy of AE

      Ok.. What I have tried to do is bring all those designs that I believe made up either early concepts, or submissions to the FX and VFX programmes.I havn't yet seen the article, which means the following designs I have attributed to the FX and VFX programmes may be wrong.

      It will be interesting to see Tony's article and see what the over lap is.
      Attached Files

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      • Hammer
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Feb 2005
        • 743

        #4
        Great stuff Jazz! Care to put project companies and number in the images below, many of them I've never seen fore!

        Thanks!

        []s Hammer
        _____________________________________________
        www.basemilitar.com.br
        Brazilian Aviation & Defence e-Magazine
        Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

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        • fightingirish
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • May 2004
          • 1184

          #5
          Some pic's from my harddrive:
          1. Rockwell FX concept
          2.& 3. North American Aviation concept
          4. Unknown concept
          5. F-15 MANX concept
          6. LTV concept for the F-14

          Aerospaceweb.org - F-14 Tomcat Replacement Proposals
          Dear Mods,
          I downloaded the following pic's in the internet or even in this forum some time ago, I did not scan them from the magazine Air Enthusiast or other magazines like Flight International!
          Last edited by fightingirish; 24th February 2007, 13:32.
          Sln, fightingirish
          Avatar: Ho-Yeol Ryu, Flughafen (Airport), Hannover [HAJ / EDDV] 2005

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          • sferrin
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Apr 2005
            • 9981

            #6
            Originally posted by JAZZ
            Ok.. What I have tried to do is bring all those designs that I believe made up either early concepts, or submissions to the FX and VFX programmes.I havn't yet seen the article, which means the following designs I have attributed to the FX and VFX programmes may be wrong.

            It will be interesting to see Tony's article and see what the over lap is.
            The one on the left with the bright blue background almost looks like a Flanker.
            A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul. - George Bernard Shaw

            flag@whitehouse.gov

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            • sferrin
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Apr 2005
              • 9981

              #7
              No doubt someone will see that NAA-FX-2 and try to claim the US somehow copied that intake design from the Mig 1.44 or the Typhoon or that it MUST be a Photoshop job.
              A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul. - George Bernard Shaw

              flag@whitehouse.gov

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              • JAZZ
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Jan 2005
                • 122

                #8
                FX- top to bottom
                MCAIR (McDonnell Douglas)
                North American - Rockwell
                Remaining as far as I know are concepts from General Dynamics.

                VFX - top to bottom

                Vought
                North American - Rockwell
                MCAIR - McDonnell Douglas
                Grumman

                Grumman 303D
                Grumman 303B
                Grumman 303-60
                Grumman 303F

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