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    You, sir, are correct. Brain fart on my part.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rii View Post
    Love the shot, but can't figure out which aircraft mated with Fulcrum to produce it.
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    It's the engine on the right shifted as centerline as possible. It probably could have used smaller tail fins, but shrinking them produced ugly results so I stuck with the originals. I did a Rafale in a similar manner to produce a Novi Avon-esque result.

    My latest conjuration is the VC 10 as a nine-engined monster. One day I plan on doing a Handley Page Victor-based machine with four wing integrated engines, a healthy fuselage extension, five fuselage-mounted engines like below, the beautiful H-tail from the An-225 or B747-100 SCA, and six paired engines. It may even gain the shell of the Super Guppy, a second main wing, pusher propeller engines, and anything else I can find to make it the tackiest plane ever conceived.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadRat View Post
    Rii-

    It's the engine on the right shifted as centerline as possible. It probably could have used smaller tail fins, but shrinking them produced ugly results so I stuck with the originals. I did a Rafale in a similar manner to produce a Novi Avon-esque result.
    Oic, well I don't feel quite so silly now. Still, I think the resulting aircraft has a very un-Fulcrum-like grace to it, although the tails do mar that somewhat. It reminds me of the L-15.

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    That's very kind of you. Most of my creations are very ungraceful.

    My favorite time killer is to dig through the archives of airliners.net for as many different types of aircraft and said aircraft at many angles. The British and French have the biggest imaginations when it comes to aesthetics and digging through that material provides brain food.
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    From the related thread on Gripen

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    From the PAK-FA News thread:

    SINGLE SEAT


    TWO SEAT


    The original http://i.imgur.com/QmYfKWr.jpg?1

    Copied to this thread to keep frankenplane pictures consolidated.
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    From crow11's post also in the PAK-FA News thread.



    Original here http://i.imgur.com/Zk5Y5ok.jpg?1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tu22m View Post
    The Strike Viper looks pretty similar to Su34.

    If you want Frankenplanes that where crazy projects look no furter than Luft46 for German WWII testplanes.

    Focke Wulfs VTOL jet accellerated rotary aircraft has to be one of the goofiest.


    How did they expect it to be safe to operate?


    Haha, wtf? I didnt notice that it had wheels. This design explains why Siemens never really made it with their cellphones
    Wtf #2... how was the fuel expected to enter the engines at the end of the propellers?
    Well nazis threw first the chief off the office in 1937 ( Heinrich Focke )...then the road was open all kinda goofy things. Mr Wulf had died in a canard accident already in the 20ies.
    If it looks good, it will fly good !
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadRat View Post
    From the PAK-FA News thread:

    SINGLE SEAT


    TWO SEAT


    The original http://i.imgur.com/QmYfKWr.jpg?1

    Copied to this thread to keep frankenplane pictures consolidated.


    Hey congrats !!!! You even made it to the sina News-page: http://slide.mil.news.sina.com.cn/k/...29883.html#p=1

    俄罗斯重型第五代战机已经确定是T-50这个没什么质疑的。但是,中型五代战机还没有着落。近日,有俄斯罗网友PS出米格-35SF第五代战机假想方案。包括,单发单座型、单发双座型、双座单座型。想法还是不错的,以米格-35机体改进而来,可以减少风险。可是,这方案看着实在是太难看了!
    Russia heavy fifth-generation fighter has been determined to be T-50 this little question. However, the medium and the fighters have not been available. Recently, Russian-style blockbusters online PS MiG -35SF fifth-generation fighter scenario. Includes single single seat single type, two-seat, two-seat single seat type. Or a good idea, came to MiG-35 body improved, can reduce the risk. However, the programme looked at was so ugly!
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    My working week and my Sunday rest,
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadRat View Post
    Sea Vixen has been difficult to manipulate. However, the F-5 is always fun to do.
    Hi ALL,
    I was thinking about this particular frankenplane, seems the Iranians have already beaten you to the draw



    Geoff.

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    How about a manned EuroHawk........



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    Flanker Freak & Russian Aviation Enthusiast.
    Flankers (& others) website at :-
    http://flankers.co.uk/

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    Fulcrumized Hornet
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    Hornetized Fulcrum
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    That one actually looks really rather pretty. It also looks to me like an archetypal fighter jet.
    Rule zero: don't be on fire

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    Found another one while browsing google

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadRat View Post
    Found another one while browsing google

    Someone has taken a good looking fighter and made it ugly with the canards.

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    One hundred years from now a future historian will find that color photo and it will drive him wild finding documentation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by optimator View Post
    One hundred years from now a future historian will find that color photo and it will drive him wild finding documentation.
    Let me guess, its name will be Bill something

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadRat View Post
    Found another one while browsing google

    Serious :
    Nice.

    Joke :
    It's a J-20 copy.

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    From what if modellers website. The guy mixed TSR.2 with A-5 Vigilante and Su-24 kits.
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    I can see parts from Tomcat.

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    1. Hornet and Falcon mated
    2. Super Fishbed
    3. Super Thunder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deino View Post
    Hey congrats !!!! You even made it to the sina News-page: http://slide.mil.news.sina.com.cn/k/...29883.html#p=1





    Only via BING-translator !

    Deino
    haha thats cool,ever since i made that desert camo pak fa and put syrian and iranian flags on it thanks to a Taiwanese newspaper publishing them as "real" i still get weird emails about the pic ...


    maybe i should "5 gen" another plane any ideas?

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    Another via google images



    Reminds me of the MKI Flanker, but mixed with Super Hornet and a eurocanard.
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    Rafale 2.0
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    1. Hack between JAS39 and F-16
    2. Starfighter crossed with F-106A
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    It's difficult to align Typhoon parts up to make a single engine variant. So how about a third engine, too?

    Edit: Added Tomcat-Hornet hybrid and four-engined Fulcrum
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    Ah, yes... the Triphoon!

    From 8/18/2005, here on Key (not my work):
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    Mirage F1/J79 with Kfir radar

    Single engine L-15 trainer using underneath intake
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadRat View Post
    Another via google images



    Reminds me of the MKI Flanker, but mixed with Super Hornet and a eurocanard.
    Reminds me of this:

    http://sukhoi.s5.com/su54/su54or55prototype.jpg
    Regards, Ivan

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