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  • Albacore 569
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    • Sep 2020
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    Submarines in Art (Paintings)

    Submarine Art

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  • RCSubGuy
    Welcome to my underwater realm!
    • Aug 2009
    • 1793

    #2
    I was lucky enough to come into possession of this beautiful one-off oil painting:
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    • tifosi12
      Commander
      • Jul 2020
      • 369

      #3
      I love these paintings. Here are two I made in "impressionism" style. One is based on the cover of a model kit and the other one with the Hanebu is a scene from a Wunderwaffen comic book. My wife also made a few PBN paintings with U-Boats on them.

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      • Albacore 569
        Commander
        • Sep 2020
        • 349

        #4
        Originally posted by tifosi12
        I love these paintings. Here are two I made in "impressionism" style. One is based on the cover of a model kit and the other one with the Hanebu is a scene from a Wunderwaffen comic book. My wife also made a few PBN paintings with U-Boats on them.
        the left one on the U-boat pins is nice, the lighting and colors. The UFO one (more BS Nazi ufos invented by white supremist) you can burn in the fireplace...did cases for Mufon. Just didn't happen...lol. If it was true, we would have been flying to work Jetsons style every damn day in my life commuting to work...lol The Germans were great in being allowed to really try new concepts we all benefited on later. , but they were desperate and unlimited budgets preictally of control. Still the brilliant Me 262 still had to change its engines after every 10 hours of flight time...lol. So antigravity physics? Ummmm Brigadoon trump fantasy land. sorry. Oh yes the conspiracy the secrets are all locked in Mr. Spacely's Vault. lol.
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        • tifosi12
          Commander
          • Jul 2020
          • 369

          #5
          Originally posted by Albacore 569

          the left one on the U-boat pins is nice, the lighting and colors. The UFO one (more BS Nazi ufos invented by white supremist) you can burn in the fireplace...did cases for Mufon. Just didn't happen...lol. If it was true, we would have been flying to work Jetsons style every damn day in my life commuting to work...lol The Germans were great in being allowed to really try new concepts we all benefited on later. , but they were desperate and unlimited budgets preictally of control. Still the brilliant Me 262 still had to change its engines after every 10 hours of flight time...lol. So antigravity physics? Ummmm Brigadoon trump fantasy land. sorry. Oh yes the conspiracy the secrets are all locked in Mr. Spacely's Vault. lol.
          For me the Hanebu is just tongue in cheek. As I said, it is based on a drawing in a comic book from the series "Wunderwaffen" (you can find them on amazon), which is a fictional story line about the Germans having won the war and continued their technical developments accordingly. It's a fairly popular series with about 20 volumes by now. The drawings are exquisite and the content 100% made up.

          After all isn't one of RC submarine's poster child the Nautilus from Jules Verne? Also 100% fantasy land, so IMHO no harm done.

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          • CC Clarke
            Lieutenant Commander
            • Aug 2020
            • 244

            #6
            I laughed at the Wunderwaffen stories until I was outside raking leaves once. . .

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            • He Who Shall Not Be Named
              Moderator
              • Aug 2008
              • 12402

              #7
              Originally posted by tifosi12

              For me the Hanebu is just tongue in cheek. As I said, it is based on a drawing in a comic book from the series "Wunderwaffen" (you can find them on amazon), which is a fictional story line about the Germans having won the war and continued their technical developments accordingly. It's a fairly popular series with about 20 volumes by now. The drawings are exquisite and the content 100% made up.

              After all isn't one of RC submarine's poster child the Nautilus from Jules Verne? Also 100% fantasy land, so IMHO no harm done.
              Much of the 'recent' NAZI UFO mythology was organized and published in the 'Genisis' series of book by W.A. Harbinson. The first book was most chilling and introduced the 'inventor', one John Wilson -- one of the most diabolical bad-guys I've even encountered in written fiction. A good read. Harbinson did his homework to tie real recorded events to his fictional elements.

              David
              Who is John Galt?

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              • tifosi12
                Commander
                • Jul 2020
                • 369

                #8
                Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named

                Much of the 'recent' NAZI UFO mythology was organized and published in the 'Genisis' series of book by W.A. Harbinson. The first book was most chilling and introduced the 'inventor', one John Wilson -- one of the most diabolical bad-guys I've even encountered in written fiction. A good read. Harbinson did his homework to tie real recorded events to his fictional elements.

                David
                Cool, thanks. I gotta check that out. I love "alternate history". :)

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                • He Who Shall Not Be Named
                  Moderator
                  • Aug 2008
                  • 12402

                  #9
                  Originally posted by tifosi12

                  Cool, thanks. I gotta check that out. I love "alternate history". :)
                  Then you must have already been all over Netflix, The Man In The High Castle. What a piece of scary art that series was! Terrifying what a man will do to save his family.
                  Who is John Galt?

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                  • tifosi12
                    Commander
                    • Jul 2020
                    • 369

                    #10
                    Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named

                    Then you must have already been all over Netflix, The Man In The High Castle. What a piece of scary art that series was! Terrifying what a man will do to save his family.
                    Well I watched it back when it came out on HBO. Although I have to say that wasn't exactly my cup of tea. After a while I bailed out.

                    There was a more recent movie where Lindbergh won the presidential election against FDR and turned the US into an Ally to Germany. That's even scarier, given how close that came to actually happening.

                    BTW: Here is a book you might enjoy: "Operation Snaredrum" by Scott W. Cook. It's fiction but could have happened this way: Gato class US sub is hunting for the Germans attacking the East Coast of the US. Of course this is a thriller and not how it would go down but the novel is a paige turner and made me wonder why nobody picked this up yet and turned it into a movie.
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