Do you have this is hi-res? This would make a great real ultralight aircraft, or at least an interesting engineering school design project.
Not for me, I'm retired. There may be people out there who would be interested in trying something like this. I remember back in the 70s a designer named Beaujon had some similar "silhouette" ultralight desns.
These are actually sketches I did on my sketchbook. Scanned then tweaks on the computer. I do these for the fun of it, pure fantasy stuff, little physics involved. I do try my best to make it look as though it might work but my brain just couldn't work around the mechanics of flight.
Explosive charges to lose the prop would be a lighter solution. Besides, I'm a bit concerned about how the acceleration of an "ejection seat" would treat a pilot who is in a riding position, instead of seated and belted to a back rest.
Hey perttime! Lawlz, I just realized that the pilot is a girl. I was also thinking about a prop lock system, so that the separate blades could be replaced at a hangar, and jettisoned in mid flight for bailing.
Cool design! Somehow, I get the feeling that the pilot is awfully vulnerable, sitting right on the nose of the aircraft. If I were flying it, I'd wish there were a little more "something" ahead of me. Like the tank and fairing on a racing motorbike. (Does that make any sense?)