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Aviation art part 3 150 150 admin

Aviation art part 3

In earlier posts I wrote about Aviation art and its steps. Now a more subjective point. The joy of showing your art in a gallery or invited to do it so, as well as you get hired to develop an art to a gallery. It is a bit hard to describe this sensation I admit,…

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Aviation Art – part 2 150 150 admin

Aviation Art – part 2

In the last post about what aviation art is, I wrote a few words about it. But there are other points I would like to highlight here. In order – what would be necessary to be an aviation artist or which areas could him or her work with. First let me tell few words regarding…

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What is Aviation Art? 1024 485 admin
Aviation art - Mistel

What is Aviation Art?

Aviation Art is one of the multiples division of the art, but focused in flying objects such as aircraft, spaceship, dirigible, rockets,…and no matter what medium is used to elaborate the art. It is more than that. It is a real specific division of the art that is appreciate by few and for the artists…

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Heinkel He 343

Heinkel He 343

He 343A-1, which was to be the bomber version. Depending on the engines used, the bomb load ranged between 2000 kg to 3000 kg, with 2000 kg to be carried internally, and 1000 kg to be carried externally. Trials were to be held with the Fritz X radio controlled bomb, which would have also added…

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BAC Mustard 1000 563 Daniel Uhr
3D, Aviation art, aviation art artist, AVIATION ART ILLUSTRATOR, configuration, design, duhraviationart.com, Space Shuttle, Bac Mustard

BAC Mustard

The Multi-Unit Space Transport And Recovery Device or MUSTARD, usually written as Mustard, was a concept explored by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) during the mid-1960s for launching payloads weighing as much as 2,300 kg (5,000 lb) into orbit. Operating as a multi-stage rocket for launch, the individual stages were near-identical modules, each flying back to land as a spaceplane. Mustard was a modular re-usable space…

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