I have wanted to start a blog for ages.  Here, I can talk on 'Press Release' types of subjects, talk on 'work in progress' projects, and other things that
are going on here at LHC.
I hope you enjoy it and come back frequently to find out what is going on here at the humble airplane factory of Lionheart Creations Ltd.
THE BLOG BEGINS
While recouping from F100 issues, I have started some side projects until getting back into the F100.  (That will be soon).  In the mean time, here is a ship that is getting past its half
way point and should hopefully be finished in the very near future.  This is a plane designed after the Arup aircraft of the 1930's.  A series of planes that were like a mix between
flying wings and lifting bodies.  They flew great with very small engines and one was made as an air racer.  I recreated my own version of this 'shape' of wing and made what ended up
being more like the famous Vought Chance V-173 'Flying Flapjack' (flying saucer).  A very unique plane.  My design incorporates twin Tesla automobile motors in the bodies leading
edges (one on each side, concealed).  They branch out through drive shafts to twin fan props in the wingtips.  The wingtips turn for aileron/roll control.  They also can tilt up and act
like a STOL system for short field take-offs.
I invision these as being small cargo planes with room in them for parcels and things.  The design features two seats, digital instruments on screens that are based on Android Tablets.
Project Syros; Flying Wing
SEPTEMBER 22 2017
SEPTEMBER 22 2017
RG VARIANT
DESIGN PHASE 1
PROPULSION SYSTEM - TESLA TO FANS
INTERIOR WORK IN PROGRESS
LAMBORGHINI ORANGE
SILENT, LOW RPM FANS
This is a rendition of one of the German WWII Haunebu saucers from the German anti-gravity program.  This is the Haunebu II-A. The next step up from the Haunebu I, the II
experimented with a belly turret and other features.  Vertical performance was weak, but speed was good horizontally.  This features a brilliant VTOL system by Rob Barendregt.  I can
vouch to say that this thing is a blast to fly.  She gets up to about 1800 knots before she explodes.  Have to be careful as the shells cannot take to great a speed.  Cabin is in-progress.
Project Haunebu
SEPTEMBER 22 2017
TILT ROTOR MODE
TILT ROTOR MODE
TILT ROTOR MODE