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I had forgotten how awesome this helm was until someone asked me if I had a pep file for it. Well I had some free time at work tonight so I decided to unfold it.

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If you've ever wanted to have a giant's toe sitting on a shelf somewhere today is your lucky day! I enjoyed unfolding this and would be interested in doing more random stuff if anyone has some suggestions.
And if anyone actually builds this I would love to see some pictures :)

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I needed something to pass the time at work today so I decided to unfold another helmet. I decided on the Dragon Scale Helmet because I don't think anyone has unfolded this one yet.

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Here is the Skyrim Helm of Yngol. Measures about 20 inches tall. Make sure to scale for yourself before printing! Enjoy!

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Here is the Skyrim Logo! It is measured to about 3 ft. Be careful when building, as there are a lot of pieces. Some are small and some are large. I would say this is super difficult to attempt. Enjoy!

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Here is the Skyrim Dragonborn DLC Miraak Mask! It measures about 13 inches. Make sure to scale it for yourself before printing! Enjoy!

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I created this series of digital scrapbook paper backgrounds using images from various issues of Ackermann's Repository dating from 1819 - 1823. I wanted them all to work together seamlessly so they are all similar in color and texture to serve that purpose. I liked them so much I thought I'd share.
These would even be fun framed and worked into a digital scene as wall art. Enjoy!

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I created this series of digital scrapbook paper backgrounds using images from various issues of Ackermann's Repository dating from 1819 - 1823. I wanted them all to work together seamlessly so they are all similar in color and texture to serve that purpose. I liked them so much I thought I'd share.
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I love the concept of antique toy theaters and am currently on a vintage paper curtain kick.

I also love images from the Regency era publication called Ackermann's Repository that was produced from 1809-1828.
I've taken some of the original images, cleaned them up, removed the backgrounds and altered the color of them so
I could have a lot of options in paper stage curtains for my digital art pieces.

I thought I'd share them here so you guys could enjoy them too.

This is my adaptation on an 1815 French Curtain from Ackermann's Repository.

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Arado E 555-1

Arado Ar. E. 555/1 Overview

The Ar.E.555/1 long range bomber concept was part of a design study conducted by Dr. Ing. W. Laute and an Arado design group at the Arado Werks at Landeshut/Schesien. The E.555 study was looking at the advantages of a jet powered planar flying wing. It would combine the wing and body of the airframe together with laminar flow characteristics to provide high cruise speed and long range. As many as 10 (some sources say 11) different variations were studied. These were limited to study only. The RLM decreed on December 28, 1944, all heavy bomber activities be ended. The strain on the aircraft industry to supply enough defensive fighters to stop the around-the-clock bombing of German war assets was given the highest priority. Thus the E.555 series of designs remained as studies only.
Arado Ar. E. 555/1 Historical Details

As early as 1897, German military thinkers were looking at the United States as a possible adversary. Naval Lt. Eberhard von Mantry looked into the possibilities of a seaborne invasion of New York. In 1903 a study was conducted by the Kreigsmarine’s Chief of Staff to capture the Panama Canal and disrupt US Navy activities. By 1904 the US Navy was beginning a build-up to counter problems arising in Central and South America. This put an end to the Kreigsmarine’s plans. Again in 1917, as US forces became involved in the fight in France, German High Command began to look into aerial attacks on the US using airships and long range aircraft. Airships of the day could fly the required distances, but the weather conditions that would be encountered would have made the missions very dangerous. There were no bomber aircraft capable of the range required.

When the First World War ended, German military aviation was outlawed. Almost immediately, however, plans were put into place to keep military aviation activities continuing out of general view. The 1920’s saw German aviation restricted to some small civil airlines and sport glider activities.

The 1930’s saw the rise of the Nazi party and a complete change of national attitude and the planning of rearming the German military.

The newly reconstituted Luftwaffe began building new aircraft of all types. The leaders of this new air force, for the most part veterans of World War I, saw the Luftwaffe as the air artillery to help the Wehrmacht to apply it’s newly developed ‘Blitzkrieg” tactics. Tactical attack aircraft did not require long range and large bomb load capabilities.

However, there were some in this new organization who saw the coming need for a strategic capability. This new Luftwaffe’s Chief of Staff, Generalleutnant Walter Weaver was one who saw the importance of a strategic capability of the Luftwaffe. The “Ural Bomber” program was developing when GenLt. Weaver was killed in a crash in 1936.

His successor, GenLt. Albert Kesselring believed that the primary need of the Luftwaffe was dive bombers and medium twin-engine tactical bombers. The feeling amongst the German military was that the coming war would be a series of short intense engagements and it would not last very long. Germany’s enemies would be defeated before a need to carry the battle long distances would be necessary.

Nevertheless, a Bomber "A" program was instituted, which resulted in the development of the Me 264, He 177 and the Ta 400 long range bomber studies. The Me 264 “Amerika Bomber” and the He 177 Grief were both constructed. The Ta 400 remained a design study. These aircraft suffered from engine and system problems and were never effective bombers.

The German aircraft industry was not capable of building many highly sophisticated bomber aircraft requiring advanced assembly techniques. Demands for primarily single seat day fighters dominated the production capacities of the aircraft industry. Pressurized crew cabins, engines with turbo and super charging, reliable jet engines, remote optical and radar controlled defensive gun positions were some of the challenges facing them. The capacity to build these complex aircraft quickly to meet the changing war situation did not exist.

The Bomber “B” program was instituted to develop successors to the Ju88, Do17/215, and the He111. Many design studies were submitted. The most promising were the Do317, an improved Do217, the Ar.E.340, the Fw191 and the Ju288. The Ar.E.340 remained a design study because of its unusual twin boom layout. The Do317 did not offer enough improvement over the Do217 to merit production. Both the Fw191 and the Ju288 were not able to reach their full potential because of the failure and cancellation of the Jumo222 engine program. Failure of the German conventional and jet engine industries to deliver the next generation of engines to “B” bomber airframes meant they were doomed to failure.

For example, the Ju288 flew with BMW801G, C, TJ and the Jumo222A/B and the DB606A/B and also the DB610 A/B. Much time and materials were spent mating the different engine configurations to the airframe. The engines themselves suffered production problems and most never produced the power they were designed to.

Starting in 1942, the Luftwaffe, the RLM and even Goring and Hitler seemed to vacillate between the need to develop strategic “Wonder” weapons and the need to produce vast amounts of defensive conventional weaponry. In a Sept.17th meeting with Goring, a plan which became known as “3 x 1000 “was put forth. It called for a design capable of carrying 1000kg of bombs at 1000km/h with a useful range of 1000 km. In the end, the pressure brought to bear on all aspects of the German armament industries by Allied strategic forces prevented most of the “Wonder” designs from becoming reality.

Late in 1943, the development think tank of Arado’s Landeshut/Silesia works under the leadership of Dr. Ing. W. Laute began to study the feasibility of a flying wing bomber. Using a laminar flow planar wing shape and jet engine power, they hoped to develop a bomber design capable of high altitude, high speed and long range. They studied 10 (some sources say 11, 14 or15.) variations of the basic design. In mid 1944 the RLM issued a specification to Arado to develop one of those design studies into a bomber capable of crossing the ocean. They picked the E.555/1 to develop. The E.555/1 explored the concept of a planar wing planform with the fuselage blending into the wing to increase its efficiency. The goal of the study was to design a bomber for transatlantic operations. Due to problems with all the various first generation jet and turbojet engines with reliability and production quality, the engines were mounted on a plinth between the twin tails and at the trailing edge of the fuselage. This configuration eliminated intake and exhaust ducting problems. The exhaust was also clear of the airframe structure. If engine changes or the configurations of engines changed, there is no need to modify the airframe itself.

The crew for this version consisted of a pilot and bombardier/navigator in a pressurized glass cockpit with an engineer/gunner position in the fuselage proper. The gunner had control of both the forward and tail remotely controlled gun turrets His position was to be equipped with both radar and optical controls. He would also monitor and adjust critical aircraft systems and help the pilot maintain optimum balance for changing conditions during very long, high altitude missions to be flown in the very cold stratosphere. The pilot has control of two fuselage mounted forward firing cannons and the bombardier/navigator could also control the forward turret to defend against frontal attack. The design called for the bomb load to be carried completely internally. The range penalty of external bomb and fuel tank racks excluded their use. Because the engines were totally external to the airframe, the E.555 could have a substantial bomb bay. It could be more flexible with bomb loads and the possibilities of extra fuel tanks for super long-range missions. The possibilities of mounting cameras for photo/recon missions would also be considerable. It would have also been capable of carrying an atomic weapon, had one been available.

On December 28, 1944, the RLM bowed to the pressure on the aircraft industries for delivering defensive fighters and announced that all bomber and reconnaissance aircraft production cease to concentrate on fighter aircraft. The Ar.E.555 design studies remained studies and the war ended. The Luftwaffe failed to see the importance of strategic air power and was defeated in part by the Allied use of it. The quality of replacement pilots suffered in part by lack of fuel for training sorties. End of war inspections of factories revealed concealed parks filled with new aircraft with empty fuel tanks. The ability of the Allied forces to use the entire United Kingdom as a gigantic aircraft carrier and put pressure on German industrial infrastructure both night and day helped to shorten the war in Europe.
Luft/Maybe

Picture this in your mind for a moment: If the war had gone a different way, you might have seen E.555s going in one direction and B-36s in the other, over the Atlantic. The B-36 was the ultimate model of the propeller-driven intercontinental strategic bomber. The USAAC leaders saw the importance of strategic airpower and began investing early in the 1930’s. With the XB-15 and XB-19 they studied the harsh realities of the problems involved. The B-17 and B-24 programs were in place as the war began. The B-29 and B-32 programs were moving into position later in the war. The B-35 and the B-36 were to be the next and last prop programs. They would have been truly intercontinental bombers.

By Bruce Van Auken

Type: Long-range bomber Arado acre E.555-1
Drive: 6 jet engines BMW 003
Wingspan: 21.2 m
Length: 18.4 m
Height: 6.4 m
Wing area: 125 m ˛
Maximum speed: 915 km/h
Maximum air route: 4,800 km
Takeoff weight: 24,000 kilograms
Bomb load: 4000 kilograms
Crew 3: Pilot, radar observer and navigator on catapult seats in a pressurized cabin.
Armament: two cannons M 103 - 30mm in the wing roots
two machine guns magnesium 151 - 20mm behind the cockpit
two machine guns magnesium 151 20mm in the tail dome
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Northrop Grumman X-47A Pegasus

The Northrop Grumman X-47 is a demonstration Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle. The X-47 began as part of DARPA's J-UCAS program, and is now part of the United States Navy's UCAS-D program to create a carrier-based unmanned aircraft. Unlike the Boeing X-45, initial Pegasus development was company-funded. The original vehicle carries the designation X-47A Pegasus, while the follow-on naval version is designated X-47B.

Design and development

The US Navy did not commit to practical UCAV efforts until mid-2000, when the service awarded contracts of US$2 million each to Boeing and Northrop Grumman for a 15-month concept-exploration program.[1]

Design considerations for a naval UCAV included dealing with the corrosive salt-water environment, deck handling for launch and recovery, integration with command and control systems, and operation in a carrier's high electromagnetic interference environment. The Navy was also interested in using their UCAVs for reconnaissance missions, penetrating protected airspace to identify targets for the attack waves.

The Navy went on to give Northrop Grumman a contract for a naval UCAV demonstrator with the designation of "X-47A Pegasus", in early 2001. The proof-of-concept X-47A vehicle was built under contract by Burt Rutan's Scaled Composites at the Mojave Spaceport. The Pegasus demonstrator looks like a simple black arrowhead with no vertical tailplane. It has a leading edge sweep of 55 degrees and a trailing edge sweep of 35 degrees. The demonstrator has retractable tricycle landing gear, with a one-wheel nose gear and dual-wheel main gear, and has six control surfaces, including two elevons and four "inlaids". The inlaids are small flap structures mounted on the top and bottom of the wing forward of the wingtips.

The X-47A is powered by a single Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5C small high-bypass turbofan engine with 3,190 lbf (14.2 kN) thrust. This engine is currently in use with operational aircraft such as the Aermacchi S-211 trainer. The engine is mounted on the demonstrator's back, with the inlet on top behind the nose. The inlet duct has a serpentine diffuser to prevent radar reflections off the engine fan. However, to keep costs low, the engine exhaust is a simple cylindrical tailpipe, with no provisions for reducing radar or infrared signature.

The X-47A's airframe is built of composite materials, with construction subcontracted out to Burt Rutan's Scaled Composites company, which had the expertise and tooling to do the job inexpensively. The airframe basically consists of four main assemblies, split down the middle with two assemblies on top and two on bottom.

The X-47A was rolled out on 30 July 2001 and performed its first flight on 23 February 2003 at the US Naval Air Warfare Center at China Lake, California. The flight test program did not involve weapons delivery, but Pegasus does have two weapons bays, one on each side of the engine, that may be each loaded with a single 500 pound (225 kg) dummy bomb to simulate operational flight loads. The Pegasus was also used to evaluate technologies for carrier deck landings, though the demonstrator did not have an arrestor hook. Other issues related to carrier operations involve adding deck tie-downs without compromising stealth characteristics, and designing access panels so that they would not be blown around or damaged by strong winds blowing across the carrier deck. The J-UCAS program was terminated in February 2006 following the US military's Quadrennial Defense Review. The US Air Force and US Navy proceeded with their own UAV programs. The Navy selected Northrop Grumman's X-47B as its Unmanned Combat Air System demonstrator (UCAS-D) program.[2]
[edit] Variants

* X-47A :
* X-47B :
* X-47C : Proposed larger version with a payload of 10,000 lb (4,500 kg) and a wingspan of 172 ft (52.4 m).[3]

[edit] Specifications (X-47A)

General characteristics

* Crew: 0
* Length: 19 ft 7 in (5.95 m)
* Wingspan: 19 ft 6 in (5.94 m)
* Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.86 m)
* Empty weight: 3,836 lb (1,740 kg)
* Loaded weight: 4,877 lb (2,212 kg)
* Max takeoff weight: 5,903 lb (2,678 kg)
* Powerplant: 1× Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5C turbofan, 3,190 lbf (14.2 kN)

Performance

* Maximum speed: "high subsonic"
* Cruise speed: "high subsonic"
* Range: 1,500+ NM (2,778+ km)
* Service ceiling: 40,000+ ft (12,192+ m)
* Thrust/weight: 0.65
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Lockheed Martin Multi Role Endurance (MRE) UAV

Multi Role Endurance (MRE) UAV

The Multi Role Endurance (MRE) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is intended to perform medium range and/or long endurance surveillance, reconnaissance, relay, targeting, and potentially, attack (both lethal and non-lethal) against a wide variety of possible land and sea-based targets, across the spectrum of conflict. This differs from a UCAV, which emphasizes lethality. The MRE UAV will provide the level of organic, survivable, interoperable reconnaissance, surveillance, targeting, and attack (RTSA) required by Naval forces in the 2010 to 2015 timeframe. The MRE UAV should be capable of providing targeting data, conducting active and passive EW, and potentially employing lethal and non-lethal ordnance. It will be a flexible asset capable of many different missions (ISR, C4I, SEAD, etc.), and is potentially lethal. Basing mode (CV, LHA, CG/DDG/FFG) is a study variable that should consider and trade-off vehicles, size/weight limits, survivability, littoral operations, deck cycles, logistics/support and force levels for around the clock coverage.

The Predator UAV system, although not organic to US naval forces, has the range, endurance, and possibly the payload capacity required to meet some MRE requirements. However, the existing Predator system would also require extensive "marinization" to become shipboard compatible. Land and sea-based aircraft (P-3, EP-3, S-3, E-2, EA-6B, F-14 and F/A-18 with reconnaissance pod) currently perform the bulk of the role envisioned for the MRE UAV. To varying degrees all these aircraft have limitations in either range/endurance, or survivability. Even with projected procurements and service life extensions, all of these aircraft except the F/A-18 will be at or near the end of their service lives between 2010 and 2015. Spaced-based systems are highly capable, but have time, weather, and connectivity limitations. Additionally, they cannot employ weapons or conduct targeting missions. Space-based systems are frequently heavily tasked by National and Theater-level authorities, and are generally not responsive enough to meet all RSTA requirements.

In April 2000 the Program Executive Office (Cruise Missiles and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) selected the following companies for contract award:

* The Boeing Company (MDC), Long Beach, CA
* General Dynamics Information Systems, Bloomington, MN
* Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Fort Worth, TX
* Northrop Grumman Corporation - Air Combat Systems, Pico Rivera, CA

Collectively, the contracts were valued at $3 million. They are Section 845 contracts for study and design of multiple areas. The contracts include payable milestones for each study area. The goal of this risk assessment is to perform definition and design of systems to meet the MRE draft Mission Needs Statement (MNS). The draft MNS is a combination of over 20 validated requirements, decomposed into functions and re-compiled into a single document. Successful analysis will find appropriate, cost-effective naval solutions to the requirements. This analysis will lead to documentation for planned approval by the Naval UAV Executive Steering Group in early FY02.
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