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Back to the Distant Future - created by pearlie


Back to the Distant Future
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...the car travels to a programmed date upon reaching 88 miles per hour....

I love the concept of time travel, and when I told my parents that some modifications were being made to my car, they were quite concerned - at first. (5 years and 700 days ago)

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avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

The cylinders you show in step 4 are much better than the ones in the final version. The cables don't appear to be attached to anything, and neither does the new steering wheel.

author says:

The bolts shown in the SBS are the originals, and were transformed for this entry. Regarding the cables and wheel, this is new technology, attachments are on the rear of the wheel and in the dark recesses of the cabin, a clean look compared to the clutter of wires and boxes in the DeLorean of the 1980s. Good observations.

(5 years and 700 days ago)


avatar madamemonty

Congrats Carol very nice work

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Travel like the Blob - created by Drivenslush


Travel like the Blob
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Eyes drawn in photoshop (5 years and 768 days ago)

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you are truly creative
nicely done

GL

avatar CorneliaMladenova

Awesome beast

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1929 Travel Air Mystery Ship - created by lchappell


1929 Travel Air Mystery Ship
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Florence Leontine Lowe, a.k.a Pancho Barnes, granddaughter of Thaddeus S. C. Lowe, who had pioneered American aviation with the establishment of the Union Army Balloon Corps during the American Civil War. In 1930 under the sponsorship of the Union Oil Company, Florence won a race – and broke Amelia Earhart's world women's speed record with a speed of 196.19 mph (315.7 km/h). Barnes broke this record in a Travel Air Type R Mystery Ship. During the late 1940's and early 1950's,Pancho had an enormous influence in the social lives of American aviators such as Chuck Yeager (1st man to break the speed of sound barrier) and Buzz Aldrin (the lunar module pilot on Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing in history) at her Happy Bottom Riding Club a dude ranch restaurant and hotel operated by Pancho Barnes on the site of current-day Edwards Air Force Base. (5 years and 893 days ago)

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avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Good image. Dark areas of plane die against dark clouds.

author says:

Perhaps a little, look at the hi res. Thanks.

(5 years and 893 days ago)


avatar pearlie
pearlie says:

Fantastic image, author, love the dramatic lighting in the sky now, and the contrast of the primary colors. Great background story as well.

author says:

Pancho was quite a rebel in her day. Thanks Pearlie!

(5 years and 893 days ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

http://www.legendofpanchobarnes.com/film/index.php
There's a full length documentary I saw a while ago on Netflix, but forgot the title.

author says:

I saw it too, good stuff. If you remember the movie "The Right Stuff," Pancho's Happy Bottom Riding Club was an integral part of the story.

(5 years and 893 days ago)


avatar spaceranger

Great tribute to a great flyer Author!
There are several documentaries about this great aviator, I think the one you mentioned Bob is "The Legend of Pancho Barnes and the Happy Bottom Riding Club" (the same one shown in the link you provided). It's a great story very well done with Kathy Bates voicing the words of Pancho Barnes.
BTW the officers mess at Edwards AFB is named "The Pancho Barnes Room".

author says:

Appreciate you spaceranger.

(5 years and 892 days ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

The blacks in the background still kill the blacks on the plane, hi-res or not.

author says:

Nope check your monitor. "The blacks" on the airplane, you are referring too must be the shadows under the wings. What no comment about my shadows?

(5 years and 891 days ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

The blacks are shadows. The shadows are blacks. My monitor is calibrated just fine, thanks. The shadows on the plane and the shadows on the background clouds are the same value, and kill the illusion of depth in your image.

author says:

Obviously not good enough to keep this from making 3rd place and talent points. Thanks all.

(5 years and 890 days ago)


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Congrats Loyd!!

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Congrats for 3rd!

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Red Planet Excursions - created by pearlie


Red Planet Excursions
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Airstrip 5, clear to taxi.
I've been a scifi fan for years, and am especially intrigued by the thought of life on Mars, as told by Ray Bradbury in his Martian Chronicles. I foresee space travel to the red planet, perhaps in our own future. (5 years and 964 days ago)

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Rocketlantis - created by detractor


Rocketlantis
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The Amazing Future. (5 years and 965 days ago)

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avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Interesting but blurry.

author says:

Thanks i forgot to adjust transparency to the rush.

(5 years and 965 days ago)


avatar DanLundberg

Cool image even if I don't get what the message is. Some greater contrast on the rocket might add more punch. The crowded top and barren bottom of the image creates a disturbing imbalance IMO. A bigger orange moon thing moved to 5 o'clock behind a crisper rocket ship might be more compelling.

author says:

Thanks for comment . Ive notice but i didnt have time to upload the finish work. Ive move the moon. Its like a rocket travel company.

(5 years and 961 days ago)


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