Non-TF: F-35 and SR-71 take offs

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  1. legolas grof

    legolas grof Cardboard Industries CEO

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    Hello everyone, Here's something I made in my spare time with Corel Photo Paint.

    - The image of the aircraft carrier was too small so, I used the clone tool to create all of the water on the right side of the carrier.

    - I used the zoom blur effect to get the "motion" in the photo. I centered the blur on the end of the carrier to make it look like it was taking off from that point.

    - I added the jet and duplicated it. Next I blured the jet on top and erased the part that I wanted you to see (the cockpit and tail) so that the unblured jet underneath was showing.

    Hope you like it :) 

    (notice the three guys in yellow in the second photo are not in the first one)

    UPDATE: Sr-71 fly by over new york
     

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  2. legolas grof

    legolas grof Cardboard Industries CEO

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    I thought this would go well in this thread

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  3. doomboy536

    doomboy536 Universe Onslaught fanboy

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    The SR-71 is an awesome piece of machinery and you've done it justice here. Awesome stuff.
     
  4. legolas grof

    legolas grof Cardboard Industries CEO

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    Thanks, unfutunatly the Blackbird can't take off from an aircraft carrier let alone land on one. :) 
     
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    It's a nice composition nonetheless. We can imagine the SR-71 doing a low flyover and giving the carrier boys a bit of a fright. (Taken in sequence, the F-35 might be a quick response.) Also, it's interesting that you've selected a dual cockpit version of the Blackbird--a transition pilot having a naughty bit of fun perhaps?
     
  6. kaos

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    all blackbirds were duel seaters even its predecessor the yf-12 had a duel seat version but there was a single seater built(a-12) as well which is the exact same plane w/a sightly different canopy and designed to be an attack fighter/and for the cia..
     
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  7. legolas grof

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    then what's this?[​IMG]
     
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    that is awesome!!! i really like the one with the blackbird!
     
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    the A-12 is the only version of the blackbird w/ one seat..same plane as the SR-71..but its a single seater use by the CIA...not the blackbird which is use by the USAF... but pretty much the exact same thing all blackbirds are 2 seaters.. i know this because the SR is my favorite plane... ive actually got to see both jets while they were still in active service....and 3... ive actually met people while in the military while working on jets for the military that worked on BOTH aircraft.....ohhh and if ur lucky one might just still see one of two operational SR's that nasa still flys...tho they rarely fly them...but i did get a good look at one while crusing the nasa side of edwards AFB in early 2000.

    ohhh and by the way that is a two seater not the one seater as you were stating so that pic is of a two seater SR-71 and not the one seater.....the canopy splits in the middle and the WO..which really just controls the radar and jamming sits there..if ur refering to the plane that looks like the SR but has a raised canopy in the back.. its referred to as the YF-12..and its the experimental version of the SR-71/A-12 before it became operational...hence the YF...and i believe they still fly it out in edwards or nasa did fly em
     
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  10. legolas grof

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    This is news to me, thanks for sharing. :popcorn 
    Just for conversation sake, I got to shake hands with one of the guys that helped design it.
     
  11. kaos

    kaos the original thirteen

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    ...no worries bro:thumb ...ya those old timers are some pretty interesting cats w/all sorts of cool stories...and i wasnt tring to be anal about it bro...but if its one thing i love just as much as transformers its jets:thumbs2: ...
     
  12. legolas grof

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    lol, me too:)  here's another one
     

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    i love that plane man..even after damn near 50years the SR still the baddest plane ever built....

    side note...i dont know if ya ever seen one up close but i was surprised at how freaking big she was...thanx for sharing the pic BTW...:popcorn 
     
  14. legolas grof

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    ya, Ive been to a couple of museums with em.. pretty impressivly sized :eek: 
     

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