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Brain 10-08-2012 05:33 PM

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Here's a fun one... see if you can guess the influence. It's called the Phasor.

Brain 10-10-2012 06:42 PM

Brahmos & Blue Meanie
 
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Two more designs... the Brahmos is an Indian cruise missile which is neat as heck - and the Blue Meanie started out as a different syle of rocket way back (I don't remember if I ever showed that version on this forum... I hope not!) but I liked the name and decided to re-do it.

Brain 10-17-2012 02:32 PM

Point Blank
 
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Not much to say... I used the fins off the Brahmos to accessorize this one.

Bill 10-17-2012 08:43 PM

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A new one I call the Mesonic (no good reason why), since I don't know what the originator may have called it. I'm not even sure if it's a real thing. Seems like some sort of a cruise missile... in this case it could easily be a four-engine cluster build!



It would be easy to build that now that you can bash a kit from New Way... http://oldrocketforum.com/attachmen...achmentid=31328


Bill

Brain 10-18-2012 02:32 PM

Starpointe
 
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The Starpointe is an antimatter-powered missile that can engage a target all the way across the solar system. Or, that's what it would do if it was real... :rolleyes:

Bill 10-18-2012 02:36 PM

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It would be easy to build that now that you can bash a kit from New Way... http://oldrocketforum.com/attachmen...achmentid=31328



I had to trial fit some parts. The New Way tube was too small for four 18mm motors, but four 13s would be ideal...of course the model will require clear fins to be stable.


Bill

Brain 10-18-2012 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Bill
I had to trial fit some parts. The New Way tube was too small for four 18mm motors, but four 13s would be ideal...of course the model will require clear fins to be stable.


Bill

I don't have a big problem with that, considering that I'm not even sure if this thing is real or not. If not, I figure (barring the creators' automatic copyright) game on for a re-design. But that sounds like a nifty little rocket, a four X 13mm cluster!

Brain 10-22-2012 04:12 PM

SKY AYE desktop
 
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As is typical of my getting involved in personal creative projects I tend to run the gamut of developing content related to whatever it is I'm working on at the time; the attached file is a desktop image of all of the rocket designs I've come up with to date, excluding that Dyna-Mite line you saw if you're following this thread. The relative rocket sizes you see are very preliminary and are up for all kinds of revisions. But it looks neat. Content is king! :D
NOTE: The image has been updated.

Randy 10-22-2012 04:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Brain
As is typical of my getting involved in personal creative projects I tend to run the gamut of developing content related to whatever it is I'm working on at the time; the attached file is a desktop image of all of the rocket designs I've come up with to date, excluding that Dyna-Mite line you saw if you're following this thread. The relative rocket sizes you see are very preliminary and are up for all kinds of revisions. But it looks neat. Content is king! :D


Now all you need to do is start selling kits.

Randy
www.vernarockests.com

Bluegrass Rocket 10-22-2012 05:14 PM

In your group graphic I don't see one of my favorites the ATLATL.


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