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3D Shinden Restoration Gallery

Posted by kikakuya on June 19, 2009


The restoration of the concept of Shinden was tried by 3D application for about two years from July, 2007. A lot of unsettled processing still remains in a technical problem, an informational problem, and a time problem, etc. However, I want to make it to the last stage. Now, I’m groping next theme. Then, the image of about 80 that had done rendering up to now at the restoration process was put together as “3D Shinden Restoration Gallery“. The fighter of the phantom decided to assume the restoration end of it without installing arms after all.  Lure Head

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Elaboration

Posted by kikakuya on June 10, 2009


The environment, the material, reflectivity, and the resolution of the last post “Skyward”  were changed and re-rendering was done. The pilot was unloaded, engine was stopped this time and cockpit was opened. It is an impossible problem in current QuickTime and my old Mac to make the animation by this fine resolution. After all,let’s leave animation to special software. It will make elaborate the glide slope and reflecting at next post.

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Skyward-2

Posted by kikakuya on June 10, 2009


Old Strata is unskilled to make animation. Strata 3D is traditional software of the still picture. It’s not easy to render scalable move. However, it is considerably interesting to make a short animation. A little dream bring to me a scalable dream. There are an elegance moves though they are so rough resolution. Their concept is quite different from recent animated cartoon software. The image below is a usual still picture. Movie below is an animation ,which was edited by Strata’s extention. It’s fun absolutely.

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Holiday of rift in the clouds

Posted by kikakuya on May 13, 2009


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Vernal Equinox Day

Posted by kikakuya on March 20, 2009


It’s Vernal Equinox Day in Japan. Speaking in a Japanese way, a season is changing from today. It is spring in a calendar. A cherry tree blooms in about two more weeks. If a cherry tree blooms, Japanese consciousness will become spring truly. It is a curious race.

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A cloud top is already spring.

Posted by kikakuya on February 10, 2009


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Success prayer

Posted by kikakuya on January 14, 2009


To the small challengers who studied hard for a year. Even if it was rainy and windy, they have kept going ahead. They always have not given up.

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Regeneration

Posted by kikakuya on April 10, 2008


It gets little by little warm as it rains. The old man said so. Therefore, people always waited eagerly for spring. Gradually various things begin to move in spring. My Shinden also began to move. I’m going to show such a spectacle today. Today’s flight schedule takes off from Saitama, and goes to Mt. Fuji. Shinden with Mt. Fuji is well-matched relations. An engine also has been tamed. let’s take off.


When Shinden tried to take off for the first time in 1945, the propeller struck the ground. The first flight was finished with failure.
Shinden took off safely in my 3D.


A throttle is opened fully with stopping the moment to a transverse direction. After going up to an altitude of 2000m, an air pattern is set to the Sagami bay. It is the flight for about 30 minutes to Mt. Fuji.

Although it is spring, there is still a lot of snow in the mountain in Fuji . Since there was no good photograph of spring, other photograph of winter was used . Even if metaphor spring comes, snow is required for Mt. Fuji. It is disgraceful in Fuji without snow.
I wish I could fly once with making Mt. Fuji into a background. Although it is individual sentimentality, the original scenery of the Japanese heart is felt.
This picture was made into the animation for about 15 seconds. It consists of continuous still pictures of 385 sheets.

As wild as freedom 自由と奔放

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Spring Breath

Posted by kikakuya on March 25, 2008


The cherry tree bloomed in Japan this week. A true Spring came on. Let’s offer spring breath to Shinden recovered by 3D. First, I will move his engine. A stretch can be begun from spring vacation. Please expect to confirm how Shinden will develop from now on. The process of work is introduced from next time.

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For Future People

Posted by kikakuya on March 16, 2008


The day which should be memorised came again last week. March 10,1945 63 years ago is the day of the air raid on Tokyo by 300 sets U.S. Forces B29. By this indiscriminate firebomb air raid (air strikes), Tokyo became a burned field and 100,000 or more people’s lives were claimed. Next, extensive simultaneous slaughter by the atomic bombing to Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Shinden was born in August of the same year under their situation. A prototype was built as interceptor for B29. After two weeks Japan lost war. The 2nd World War was ended. This interceptor was not of use for a battle. Shinden did not need to make when it considered that this war was a big fault. Many people said if Shinden was completed, possibly 100,000 or more civilians’ lives would have been saved. But if this airplane was completed and war was prolonged more, my parents probably would not exist. Since man is making the same mistake repeatedly.

I want to leave memory of this beautiful airplane for future people to prevent cruel war in my grandchild’s time again. Also in order not to repeat the same fault. Restoration of Shinden over seven months is ended in today. 50 years ago,I have been excited for the illustration of beautiful form of Shinden in my elementary school days. My junior high school days was fascinated with this future body. My high school days was immersed in air battle comics. Shinden was seen in my dream for the first time in 30 years last year. Symbolized Shinden swung me in my dream and gave me the power of improving the past, the present, and the future. One documentary photography taken together with the people engaged in incomplete restoration of the body after the end of the war was a driving force which drives me. And also in my 3D restoration, Shinden became a commemorative photo having held many incomplete portions too. However,satisfied with this imperfection.

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Peaceful Fighter

Posted by kikakuya on January 27, 2008


Development of Shinden has closed the curtain by only the test flight for 45 minutes ,holding many subjects. Shinden has stopped material growth. Test records for two days were an altitude of 1640 ft,top speed of 161.5 mile/h and many defects to improve. I am not interested in the new possibility of the efficient and technical subject of this airplane, or combat efficiency. Because the reason is obvious that this fighter plane could not exist. Even if details of efficiency will be indicated, that is meaningless at my site,since everything is already told in many homepages in the world as a frame of the history end of Japanese warplane development.
Then, let’s speak about why the restoration of Shinden has been tried by 3DCG, having spent much time and efforts till today. This photograph is a test flight on January 25 on CG. It is Yokosuka sky. An altitude is at least 6500 ft. A throttle opens fully. After this, a course will be to the direction of 10:00. My view is the Sagami bay in 5minutes. This course goes in the direction of Izu, looking at the coastline to a right hand. If I were a pilot, I would like to fly like this. The pilot can see Mt. Fuji in space which is hiding on the right-hand side of the photograph. The cause planned to restore this airplane was this spectacle. That is “Shinden in the dream.” This Shinden has no 30mm machine gun. That is a very peaceful airplane. Neither B29 nor Grumman will come flying any longer. Why was such a dream? I don’t know. Some Shinden graphics of beginning of this blog are the CG of those days. A test flight still continues.

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The bat flies away -If I could

Posted by kikakuya on September 25, 2007


I’d rather be a sparrow than an ants, Yes, I would, If I only could, I surely would . . .
I’d rather be a bee than a crow, Yes, I would, If I only could, I surely would . . .

Away, I’d rather fly away, Like a White heron that’s here and gone . . .
A sparrow gets tied up to the order, He gives the world its painful sound, Its painful sound . . .

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Following the last article

Posted by kikakuya on July 14, 2007


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Information on Smithsonian seems to be the most objective for the record of the airplane of the end of the war verge. There was no canard wing in Shinden seen in the my dream. It will not be in the squid, and that is more beautiful.

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