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Lockheed Martin QF-35D UCAV by Bispro Lockheed Martin QF-35D UCAV by Bispro
The Lockheed Martin QF-35D UCAV is an unmanned variant of the new multiservice F-35 Lightning II combat platform.

For another UCAV version of a current US fighter, see [link] .

Aircraft pictured is an original creation © Stéphane Beaumort / AviaDesign 2010 - All rights reserved.
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myname1z4xs Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
that's how you can make F35 practical
Bispro Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014
myname1z4xs Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
A done can take alot weight out of F35 design, no crew life support, no crew safety measures, extra space for carrying capacity, don't have to be made from the most expansive material, can be less stealthy, can be expandable, can save training cost of air time on an expansive plane, can use less savvy tech due to expandablity, can adopt the high low mix with F22. Can use numeric advantage against air defense.
RadicalSaturn Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Nice work
Bispro Featured By Owner May 25, 2014
Bispro Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2014
In this fake aircraft "business" (I use the quotes because I don't make a single penny out of it all, of course!), I guess you've really "made it" when one of your images is mistaken as a genuine article... But when it's featured on a very serious Israeli government website to illustrate the cooperation between Lockheed Martin and Israel on R&D, it's simply HILARIOUS!!!…
Thanks to Richard who wrote: "Several of my friends work at the F-35 plant. They find this a humorous aircraft. They've never seen one of these in the building." You bet they wouldn't!!
Pandaily Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Interesting fan-made Photoshop (and for those curious, here is the image it was taken from:…, but I'd like to point out that even though you have the copyright symbol on this, you don't own the copyright. All of your image manipulations are based on products you don't own, derived from photographs that you didn't take, and are utilizing corporate logos that you don't own. It's ok to be a fan and create artwork, but you don't have a copyright.
buckweiser Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
He doesn't seem to profit from it, so there shouldn't be any conflict of interest.
Bispro Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013
Allow me to differ. Although I do not own the copyright on the various elements that go into the work, I definitely own the copyright to the personal creations that are made from them. Just like a photographer doesn't own the copyright for the buildings, the cars and the shop signs that appear in his photos, but his photos are nonetheless his. Copyright law protects my work to the extent that if someone reused any of my images without permission for commercial purposes and I could prove I'm the author, I could sue that person. That has nothing to do with all the elements that go into it (for which, of course, the respective copyright owners could also get nasty about my using them... except it's not a commercial use, it's clearly presented as works of fiction, and a simple message asking to remove the work is usually the first normal step they'd go for).
I recently had a shop owner remove one of my works which had been printed illegally and placed in a frame his shop window next to a sign that said "photos for sale: 4 euros/framed:12 euros. The guy tried to tote the same old argument that I don't own the stuff, but his arguments didn't hold for long.
deviant654 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013
Your work here is really cool . The day of the manned fighter is over. I expect the F-35 to be the last one. The QF-35 makes more sense.
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