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Fuujin Attack Helicopter Renders 2 by MeganeRid Fuujin Attack Helicopter Renders 2 by MeganeRid
More renders of the Fuujin helicopter/gunship :)
I'll do an environment render and ones with the cockpit open hopefully soon!

Concept : [link]
Other renders : [link] , [link]

*edit* to people who's wondering why there's no tail rotor, it's a NOTAR type helicopter :)

Hope you like!

Maya, Photoshop, Vray
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:iconbreezewake:
Breezewake Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2014
Twin rotor is best notar system! >:E
Haha, like the design.
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Djones90125 Featured By Owner Edited Nov 20, 2014
It looks really awesome, to be honest. Really good design. Going to the favorites!
On a side note though: you should make a tail rotor (a fenestron/ NOTAR system/ would amazingly fit this design)!
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MeganeRid Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
it has a NOTAR system, but probably not obvious enough and won't work on real world Xd
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Djones90125 Featured By Owner Edited Nov 23, 2014
Hahaha. Not necessarily. I think it can fly, yes!
The NOTAR exhaust (on MD helicopters) is at the end of the tail.
But I think I spotted it. It's the cylindrical part under the tail, right?
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robchen96 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
looks like something come out of SCI-Fi
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almahari Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist
its awsom man, keep it coming.
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ang0224 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I have huge criticisms on the large cannon on the bottom. one, looks like it would be a real pain to reload and repair to do so may require a large frame to lift the whole helicopter! two, it is required to be out of the way so that pilots can enter the cockpit which looks like it opens from the bottom as well.
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soler7 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013
Bad Ass !!
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:iconarinalover-cindy:
Arinalover-cindy Featured By Owner May 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
you helicopter design is now made famous!! they might actually produce it in the future!
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:iconangenon58:
angenon58 Featured By Owner May 20, 2013
i want it
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dreamdesigner442 Featured By Owner May 15, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
Absolutely excellent!:-)
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:iconperttime:
perttime Featured By Owner May 13, 2013
Badass (as others have said too).
I have a couple of questions about the design.
The big gun looks like it could be heavy. Hopefully not so heavy that it makes the machine clumsy?
As the pilot is completely enclosed... how does the pilot "see"? Surrounded by screens? Holograms? Neural links which are fashionable in some circles?

The machine must have some pretty smart software if the crew consist of one person. Otherwise, maneuvering it and making good use of all the weapons would make the workload seriously high.
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MeganeRid Featured By Owner May 15, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Screens, and his suit are connected to the helicopter's systems for sure :P
And yeah, a single pilot attack helicopter is possible already, [link] , so this should be possible, maybe in the future :D
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perttime Featured By Owner May 15, 2013
Definitely needs a system that points the weapons where the pilot is looking.
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dchan Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Professional General Artist
Awesome looking machine!
This is so beautiful!
Congrats my friend.

See ya!
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nstar5u Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i think i'm in love. ;)
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deepeyeswaltz Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Jadi ingat Superhind MK III
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A-Little-Dusty Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
maybe being a drone would be better, i could see it being in military service as a drone. excellent rendering though, very impressive.
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James-cooper Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
i have several questions. where is the counter rotor? is it that slightly off colored spongey looking stuff in the round bit of the tail? and if so do you really think that'll work?
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DocWolph Featured By Owner May 11, 2013
1) It has a ducted tail. No tail rotor.
2) You'll need to define what you mean by "Spongy looking stuff" before that can be answered.
3) It's not really his idea. But it looks rather heavy to fly, although it could depending on how much it weighs.

I'm not trying to be jerk, but just go with it.
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James-cooper Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
so yo're saying to counteract the centripetal force generated by the rotor motor (lol), the exhaust is piped and vented out one side of the tail?
ok, see the stabilization fins at the end of the tail section? see where they attach to the actual tail? that small circular area around the bit where they attach is the spongy looking stuff.
well i'm sure it's made of like woven carbon nano-tubes and/or other exotic materials to keep it light-weight and strong.
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DocWolph Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
Sorry I was wrong. Not "ducted" but it is called NOTAR. Then you will understand that much.

The "spongy" parts, are hard, but rounded. The tail boom folds down as part of the landing system. Those rounded parts are part of the tail boom joint. I doubt it is soft/spongy unless you are a high powered bullet. I'm not sure where you got the idea those parts are "spongy" from. That is completely out of context with everything else in the vehicle design. Other than the tires, why would you assume any external part of an Assault Helicopter would be "soft" and/or "spongy"?
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James-cooper Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
look, you're being a douche about this. i was just describing it the best way i could, you don't need to be angry about this. Jesus, just because i'm a layman in the world of designing assault helicopters doesn't mean i'm some totally ignorant yolkle who deserves to be berated on his interpretation of a fictional helicopter that exists as a series of data packets on the internet, that, when interpreted by my computer, form an image on a site focused on art.
also, NOTAR could use the exhaust from the engine used to power the main rotor.
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DocWolph Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
I don't mean to come off as a jerk. But you should be able make a logical inference that if its some kind of assault vehicle, it's not going to be made of some soft, spongy, material.

At any rate, from what I can tell, using the thrust or exhaust from the copter's Turbine engine is what runs the NOTAR tail.
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CUTANGUS Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Really a superb design; excellent integration of all the elements: flight, control, armament. You're very talented, friend!
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:iconmetalformer:
metalformer Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Simply F A N T A S T I C ! ! ! Look like the real deal (a pic of a REAL helicopter or model)!
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:iconulrichviii:
UlrichVIII Featured By Owner May 11, 2013
badass dude
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KaelNgu Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Sweet stuff man, nicely designed. Feels fresh!
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A13xand3r Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
ohh this is quite sexy!!!
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BlitzJaeger Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
Do the wheels on the wings fold up in some way? just curious how flight mode looks....great work!
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:iconmeganerid:
MeganeRid Featured By Owner May 10, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah they do fold up indeed, not much though :d I'll do a flight mode renders eventually :D
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BlitzJaeger Featured By Owner May 11, 2013
Looking forward to it.
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someguysname Featured By Owner May 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
How does the recoil work on the massive gun on the bottom work? That easily looks larger than 120mm, and that will push helicopters backwards with a single shot and mess with stability.
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MeganeRid Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I'm thinking more of a 76mm or 100mm, the cannon's base is not fully fixed to the fuselage, as in, it can slightly rotate on its pivot, recoils will probably push the base to rotate back slightly. And it should have some sophisticated damper systems :)
But anyway easy way out and better would be that it's a railgun :D
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someguysname Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Rail-guns do produce recoil, which most people don't seem to realize. They can produce the same amount of recoil a battleship can, depending on the size and speeds in which you're firing rounds. Most people want their rounds to fire at incredibly high speeds. It may take only a few milliseconds to reach Mach 7 in a rail-gun's chamber, but that recoil is still felt in the opposite direction, even with a massive recoil dampening system, it will shake the housing and still push that helicopter backwards a little, even if it's only slight. I wouldn't recommend firing it too often, only under extreme circumstances or from VERY high up and make it replace artillery, for which it could move after each firing and force the enemy to believe they're being fired upon from all sides or, at least, more than one.
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MeganeRid Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I guess they do, but yeah, I actually replaced the cannon with gatling guns from Goalkeeper CIWS (GAU-8) but that likely creates a lot of recoil too, and in the end I put the cannon back in. Anyway, like you said, it's probably not to be fired in rapid. Or with some kind of stabilizer or position correction/adjustment system.
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someguysname Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You can use the helicopter as a mobile, airborne artillery platform with the cannon as well. Any army with a few of those backing them up will love them. Anyways, I was just curious how you compensated for recoil. I'm sorry if my question caused some issues with your work, it looks awesome. The reason I asked was because, from the description, you wanted a semi-realistic helicopter or at least one that was realistic somewhat. I'm not trying to discourage you from using a large cannon on your helicopter, just wondering how you were going to counteract the recoil. I wish you good luck with it. ^w^
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
Maybe it's a railgun with a compensation device installed in that huge base.make that barrel slide when it's fired, reducing it as well, and the compensation device would take act as an opposite force to the rail gun. The recoil that is felt would be at the base of the compensation thing, thus at the center of the helicopter allowing it to be much more stable. It would also explain why the gun is so thick, with a huge base.
That being said, it would still have to fire slow as hell, and would still move the helicopter around... maybe too much.
More importantly, how does this thing stabalize? There is no tail rotor that could make up the main ones, it would just be spinning in circles haha! Maybe adding a second set of rotors above the first would even make it look cooler.Counter act each other. Still looking cool as hell though.
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someguysname Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
If you read the description, it's a NOTAR.
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
on the same token, the tail wouldn't work with NOTAR. It's got that thing on the bottom, plus it's flat there. Now is the air supposed to work around? haha
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someguysname Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
NOTAR uses an engine that is similar to a jet engine to keep itself from spinning to death. This one has two, from the looks of it, which could be sent specific commands to allow stabilization and turning. From the looks of the actual model itself, the two intakes are just below the rotor. Granted these must be powerful jet engines if they are to stabilize the helicopter, but they could be a different way of representing the NOTAR design. Just because there is a set standard on helicopters doesn't mean a new way of doing things won't work.
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 26, 2013
That is true lol
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
ah ha, so there it is
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daniellandrom Featured By Owner May 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
railguns don't generate recoil worth a damn, no offense, because they use magnets instead of gunpowder to propel a projectile at ultrasonic speeds, what whoud rather be in the base is probably power supply XD
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 11, 2013
Rail guns generate recoil comparable to a normal firearm, but (without writing you a book as to how and why) it works differently so you can mitigate it easier. It's basic physics... Every action cause an equal reaction. Shoots faster and harder with less recoil, but it's still there.
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daniellandrom Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah i know, but a 120mm railgun would only propel a jeep it's mounted on(if you're that crazy XD) about a third of the way backwards than a 120mm standard cannon, i'm not trying to be rude, but that's also the reason that railguns are probably going to be the go-to weapon of choice once the human race can solve it's power problems
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
also, here you can see the recoil. It's like an artillery piece of the same size.

[link]
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daniellandrom Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
that's less than an artillery piece of the same size
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
Not sure if you noticed that multiple parts of that gun recoiled, plus the last part is set. A set artillery piece hardly moves either. We use more mobile howitzer batteries these days, but they don't really budge either. My father was in a group of 155s for the army.

[link]

and that's actually bigger than what they loaded in the railgun. the last bit of the rail gun is a retarder. It just slows it down so it doesn't shoot out it's full distance. Good thing, because they shoot forever lol
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
a 120 rail gun still has recoil comparable to a 120 shell. But because of how it works, it won't all be bashing the weapon back the same way. That's why rail guns on the Navy boats almost tip them over. Recoil still heavy as hell.
Basic points: a rail gun without a compromise system is still going to kick like a conventional firearm. And it's going to rip the rail system from the gun haha
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