When Are Wings Too Short?

Poser Aviation posted on May 08, 2022
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This was inspired by the recent Cybertenko product "Pitchulin-15". Seems unreasonable that an aircraft with a fuselage and two enormous engines would be able to fly with that stubby a set of wings at a low enough speed to take off and land. Similarly, I think Cybertenko's "Human-powered bicycle" would not have enough lift by a long way. The Pitchulin is described by Cybertenko as "dieselpunk", thus fictional and not practical. The flying bicycle is from a children's book. Figures in Poser, rendered in Vue.

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perpetualrevision 3:17PM | Sun, 08 May 2022

The back wings (rudders?) on the Pitchulin have a kind of Spiderman-like texture, so I'm gonna say that the plane flies using the same method that allows Spidey to swing from building to building. Which is to say: movie magic! As for what keeps the flying bicycle in the air, I suspect Mary Poppins knows the answer :-)


CoolDimension 5:32AM | Mon, 09 May 2022

Great creative work!

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