The Six, again !

Here´s a piece that was just completed. After having been working on a few print with multiple aircraft on it, i wanted to explore how to present a single aircraft. I choose the Six for my first test, and here´s the result. For you F-106 fans out there: This piece will be available for purchase, and even better: If you want the F-106 to have a different paint scheme that too will be a possible. Below is a few details shots of the print:

By |2018-10-17T05:09:41+00:00July 18th, 2018|F-106 Delta Dart, Wings of the U.S. Air Force|0 Comments

Fighting Renegades

This piece was completed very recently (actually not more than a day ago), and now i can´t help myself from sharing this preview with you all. This piece is a VF-24 lineage print, depicting the aircraft that was operated by VF-24 throughout its 40 year long history. The squadron was established as VF-211 "Red Checkertails", in Jun. 1955, and received their FJ-3 Furys soon after. That aircraft is depicted at the top right hand corner of the print. As one of the very first squadrons, VF-211 would trade their subsonic fighters for the brand new F8U-1 Crusader in 1958. While flying the F8U-1 the squadron would be redesignated to VF-24 on Mar. 9th 1959. A F8U-1 is depicted as the second aircraft from the top. The F8U-1 would be traded for F8U-2s in 1962 (and soon after the F8U-2 was designated F-8C). That model would be brought to the Vietnam war, where VF-24 scored four MIG kills. One of their MIG [...]

Seahawks, Blue Sharks and Golden Hawks

Not too long ago i realized that there haven´t been any updates to the VP/VQ section in a long time. I had to do something about that, so i decided to create three new Orion profiles. The three brand new profiles depicts aircraft from VP-6, VP-23 and VP-67, all of them very colorful aircraft, but not all equally well known. These markings i found to be quite interesting in each their own way, so i´m glad to be able to add them to my site. Let me know how you like em ! Click the images below to be taken to the VP-6, VP-23 or VP-67 section. P-3B Orion, VP-6 "Blue Sharks", 1980 P-3C Orion, VP-23 "Seahawks", 1980 P-3A Orion, VP-67 "Golden Hawks", 1982

By |2018-08-30T18:28:31+00:00July 9th, 2018|P-3 Orion, Squadrons of the US Navy, VP squadrons|4 Comments

4th of July !

To all of the American visitors to this site, I would like to wish you all a happy 4th of July ! What better way to celebrate than with this very colorful Six of the Florida ANG ? For a better view of this aircraft make sure to visit the Florida ANG section, by clicking the image below: F-106A Delta Dart, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Florida ANG, 1976