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Offline Orionblamblam

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Justo Miranda's "Unknown!" series of publications
« on: September 01, 2009, 01:22:27 pm »
Now available are the first two of Justo Mirandas Unknown! series. Done in the style of the Reichdreams Dossiers, these cover more than just WWII German designs, branching out to cover designs from around the world. They are more recent products than most of the Dossiers, and benefit from further experience in drafting... with the result being that there are a great many truly wonderful diagrams contained within their pages.

The Unknown series is at the bottom of this page:

http://www.up-ship.com/drawndoc/rd/rd.htm

The first Unknown! covers:
P.Z.L. P56 A/B "Kania" (Poland)
Renard R.40 (Belgium)
Nakajima Ki.62 (Japan)
North American F.T.B. Mid-Fuselage Mustang (USA)
Reggiane Re 2006 (Italy)
V.L. PYORREMYRSKY (Finland)
Skoda Kauba V5 (Germany)
Aresenal VG.30/33/36/39/40/50/60 (France)
Nikitin-Schevchenko IS-1/IS-2/IS-4/IS-14/IS-18 (USSR)
Saab J27 (Sweden)
Hawker P.1027 "R.R. Eagle/Tempest" (Great Britain)

Unknown! #1 can be downloaded for $12.50


The Second Unknown! covers:

German Submarine Air Force Reichenberg IV sub launched, Reichenberg IV with turbojet Porsche, Me 328 railway launched, Me 328 submarine launched, Me 328 with turbojet Porsche
Focke Wulf Projects Fw 190 V19 swept wing, Fw 190 V19+DB 603 "Mustang Wulf", Fw 190 TL with Fw turbojet, Fw with BMW 802, Fw with BMW 802 (naval) "Seewulf", Fw with BMW 8011.
Campini fighters Reggiane Re 2005 R, Caproni Ca 183 bis, Mikoyan I-250 N, Sukhoi Su-5 and "Ohka 22"
Tailsitters Supermarine 4040 V.T.O.L., Juriev KIT-1 V.T.O.L. Golovin IVS V.T.O.L. and Patent Young 1945
With enemy core Hurricane Mk.I + DB 601, Spitfire Mk.Vb + DB605, Bf 109 E-3 + H.S. 12 Z 89, Fw 190 F-8 + M-82, Koolhoven Fk-58 + DB 600
Panic Fighters Irbitis I-19 with triple engine composite, Spitfire Mk.I "Rammer", Miles M-20, Miles M-24.
Martin-Baker Unknown Projects Martin-Baker MB-6 with turbojet and "Swinging Arm" ejector seat description
SudEst S.E. 582 French heavy naval fighter-bomber

Unknown! #2 can be downloaded for $16.00


More details, including complete previews of these and other Miranda products, can be seen here:
http://www.up-ship.com/drawndoc/rd/rd.htm

Additional images from the Unknown! series are located at:
http://up-ship.com/blog/?p=3793

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Re: Justo Miranda's "Unknown!" series of publications
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2009, 02:15:57 pm »
Justo is on the forum obb ---
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Re: Justo Miranda's "Unknown!" series of publications
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2009, 02:52:04 am »
I ordered those two on Monday and downloaded them yesterday. Fantastic well recomended  :thumbsup:
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Re: Justo Miranda's "Unknown!" series of publications
« Reply #3 on: October 02, 2009, 12:32:23 pm »
I ordered those two on Monday and downloaded them yesterday. Fantastic well recomended  :thumbsup:
i recomended too this Unknown  :thumbsup: :tornado: :tornado:

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Re: Justo Miranda's "Unknown!" series of publications
« Reply #4 on: October 02, 2009, 07:32:05 pm »
I've got the first four of these in paper copies directly from Sr. Miranda and I can't recommend them highly enough.  Cash flow permitting, I'm very tempted to get electronic versions, too.
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