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AV-90 Neo Harrier
Based off of Clay Atchley's HAV-1 and Halo's Pelican, this single seater is capable of high speed low altitude maneuvers carried out on airfields, enemy artillery, etc.
About this creation
Based off of Clay Atchley's HAV-1 and Halo's Pelican, this single seater is capable of high speed low altitude maneuvers carried out on airfields, enemy artillery, etc. What I really liked about Clay's design was the cockpit orientation, so I designed my own aircraft around his cockpit. I utilized a few techniques that I picked up from MOC pages I've viewed, and a few of my own. This one was a blast to build, and I plan on making a Pelican sized version for troop transport. As I have used all of my pieces on all of my creations, that will have to wait until I bore of the status quo. Check it out, and let me know what you think.



Straight on shot showing how modular Clay's cockpit design really is.












The AH-90 with thrust vector nacelles in take-off postion.










The single man cocpit is quite spartan, but hey, war doesn't require cupholders, now does it? This also shows off the Hellfire missle pods located on each side of cockpit.










This shot shows the intakes for the forward thrust jets, needed for forward propulsion as the AH-90 transitions from VTO to traditional flight.









The AH-90 in Carrier Stowage Configuration, for transportation on LHD class Naval ships.










This shot shows the thrust vents for the forward thrust jet in main fuselage. Also gives a nice quarter view.











Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket This is a more direct shot of the forwrd thrust vents. It is contructed with a vented exterior for a bit of heat dissipation, harder to track with RPGs.







Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Just a nice quarter shot to show the overall symmetry.







Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket A shot of the 50cal tucked under the chin. It is equipped with a targeting computer that is feeds direct information and sighting to a monacle in the pilot's helmet.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket An updated view with better color coordination.






Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket The updated wing design with folded carrier configuration.



Comments

Jack Sparrow
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Clay Atchley
  October 22, 2007
I am very flattered...you have done some really cool stuff with this! I think I may use some of the ideas I see here, keep it up!
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  October 20, 2007
Awsome design. Nice missile launchers next to the cockpit. Good job with the slanted cockpit, also, the colors look great!
 I like it 
  October 14, 2007
Though most of the design was based off of Clay Atchley's Infini HAV series, it's a great design in its own right and the four turbines look awesome on your model.
 I like it 
  October 12, 2007
A very nice shape with the missile pods being my favourite elements. Lee.
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  October 12, 2007
Got some pimped-out turbines there. That is cool, very cool.
 
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