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  1. Bristol Brabazon Launched in 1949, the Brabazon is a huge British luxury airliner designed by the Bristol Aeroplane Company. Named after the Brabazon committee and it's chairman Lord Brabazon of Tara who came up with the specification for the airliner. At 54m in length and with a 70m wingspan, it is the largest land-based aircraft built in Britain, and one of the largest aircraft of it's time. Passengers would be given ample luxuries in the form of, a, cocktail-bar, dining saloon, sleeping arrangement's and even a cinema. The engineering on the aircraft was pretty impressive as-well. Such as, tailoring every skin panel to be just the right thickness to save tons of weight in aluminium. Then there is the rather unusual arrangement of engines, 8 engines, each powering one of the 8 paired contra-rotating propellers.. Unfortunately, due to all those luxuries, the aircraft could only carry 100 passengers, as opposed to the 300 or so that was possible, witch drove away potential customers. In the end, no potential buyers for the aircraft could be found, and after just 1.5 prototypes (there was also the turbo-prop powered MKII, witch never got completed), the project was cancelled. It wasn't all for nothing tough, as all the infrastructure needed to construct and test the Brabazon would come in handy in the future (the infrastructure alone was about half the cost). For example: there was the new assembly-hall designed to allow final assembly to be done on 8 Brabazon's at a time, witch was the largest hangar in the world at the time, witch would then be used to build the Bristol Britannia. Also, a lot of the construction/design techniques would be useful in the design of new aircrafts of all types. And then there was the extended and widened runway at Filton. Here's some picks that will show you the interior and the engines. KSP version It was finally time for me to enter the realm of fairing based aircraft replicas. Designed to be not only well detailed, but also usable as a passenger aircraft. The Brabazon comes with: passenger-cabins inside the fuselage and doors in the nose that allow for unloading and loading of passengers. You will need to build some air-stairs to reach them tough. This was one of the first things i wanted to include in mine, as it's always such a shame seeing all these magnificent replicas not have the ability to carry anything. BG-powered landing-flaps that also act as sort of boost-flaps. With the help of the unintentional boost-flap capability, you can take-off from some pretty short distances. Basically the flaps, when lowered interrupt the thrust of the engines, allowing you to spool up the engines to 100% without moving an inch. Be careful tough as the thrust from the engines will brake the flaps at some point, so best to raise them as soon as the engines are at 100% thrust. Space needed to land the plane ain't that big either, tough you need to be careful as when the nose starts to dip, it takes quite a while to recover. When speed is maintained, the aircraft is very nice and smooth to fly, albeit a bit slow in the maneuverability sector, tough i think it's pretty fitting for an aircraft of this size. I haven't really done long-range flying that much so i can't speak for the range, but here's a couple shot's showing how far i got in my test flight. Technical specs: Top speed: 160m/s Stall speed: 65m/s Length: 57m Wingspan: 77.5m Height: 15.1m Mass: 226.8 tons Parts: 624 You can operate the landing-flaps from the Translate up and down axis group. Download link: Brabazon.craft?dl=0 And there it is for you, a replica of one of history's great white-elephants. I hope you enjoy it . PS: fun fact...or maby not, i was actually supposed to upload this months ago (bout few days after the move), i was about 90% done when my computer reset and i lost all progress, only now did i have the time and motivation to do this again.
  2. F-15J What makes the F-15J a bit special is that it is a Japanise license built version of the good old Murican eagle. And this particular F-15 is even more special, but we'll get to that later. This build was originally supposed to be a 1:1 replica, but it ended up being quite a bit bigger as i wanted to stick with the engine design on this, i figured the size would give more room for detail, and would set this apart from the usual 1:1 replicas seen these days. I basically started by first building the engines, witch gave me a pretty good idea on how big the rest should be...tough not good enough as i had to extend the fuselage after it was already completed, as the wings didn't fit at all. Even tough the fuselage looks simpler, it was a lot trickier in a lot of areas than the Draken, minus the cockpit, witch is built pretty much the same way as the one on the Draken. All the lifting surfaces where pretty easy to do. Id say i nailed the look and detail pretty well, but unfortunately the flight side of this aren't as good. The aircraft is pretty slow in low altitude and is a bit unstable and quite a handful when it comes to landing. I suspect ive misaligned some few parts, that have then thrown the COM or COL by a hair. This can best be seen when you roll the aircraft, it likes to yaw quite a bit on it's own when doing that. The fact that the yaw on this one is over responsive doesn't help either. But there is one thing that has to be said, it has some really amazing STOL capabilities. As an extra bit of detail, i decided to use some very light tweackscaling and painting to finish the look, basically they are only used on the roundels, numbers and the airbrake. And since this is a special F-15J, i taught it deserved this extra detail. Here are is bunch of extra screenshot's Overall im very happy with the end result even tough it tends to have a mind of it's own mid flight. But, considering what makes this special, id say that seems about right. Now, some of you may have caught the clues, the name, the number, and those weird round details on the nose. Well, let me present to you, Masotan At first i was very intrigued by the Dragon Pilot, but didn't pay that much attention to it...but, recently i got too curious and decided to watch it, and boy did i enjoy it. After my first watch, i really wanted to give ago at creating Masotan himself Definitely not your normal KSP build, but despite that, id say it was a surprisingly amazing success, as i got him to fly in the first test flight. Even the more major changes/additions to realism didn't keep our friend grounded. I mean...i've always said that i can get pretty-much anything to fly in this game, but i definitely was not expecting that. The biggest worry for me was the lack of elevators, so in the firs version i added some canards at the back and made the sky colored to "hide" them. It worked, but i wanted to see if the canards would still give enough control if they where clipped inside the armor, weirdly it still worked just as fine. My other worry was a lack of wing area and lack of a rudder, but seems the armor filled those gaps quite, Masotan isn't all that big nor heavy, so i guess there never really was anything to worry about. To make flight possible, i decided that i should simplify some of the elements in the armor, and that i should stuff proper engines in it. I actually started the build by first creating a model of Masotan without the armor on. I just used the F-15's nosecone as a thing to scale things from. As a bit of a bonus, i wanted to design Masotan to be as posable as possible with minimal editing needed. Minus a couple spots, everything rotates quite nicely without creating too many giant cracks. The pick above is an example of one of the poses i created using the base version. Just some rotating, and no offsetting of parts. And just for the heck of it, and to sort of complete the set. All the armor ready to be installed. Here are some more picks of Masotan buzzing around the KSC. Masotan has a lot of the same flight characteristics as the F-15J, it's a little unstable with OP Yaw, and it has amazing STOL capabilities. So, again not for a beginner pilot. Technical specks (F-15J): Top-speed: 125m/s. Stall-speed: 27m/s. Length: 27.3m Wingspan: 20.4m Height: 7.7m Mass: 48.1 tons Parts: 238 Mods used: Tweakscale and DCK for modded version. Technical specks (Masotan with armor/flight gear): Top-speed: 83m/s. Stall-speed: 28m/s. Length: 25.9m Wingspan: 23.1m Height: 10.9m Mass: 38.5 tons Parts: 328 Mods used: Tweakscale and DCK Download link (Pack with F-15J, Masotan, and Masotan with armor): stuff (KSP).zip?dl=0 Download link (stock, only F-15J): _Masotan_ (stock).craft?dl=0 An there it is, one of my more unique builds, and one of the more fun ones, i hope you enjoy it . PS. sorry for the lack of a video, but i just wasn't in the mood, and it's also a little hard to do good commentary with a 3D printer going along pretty much next to me.