Here´s a print that was completed very recently. It depicts Lt. Tony Nargis MIG kill, on spe. 9th, 1968. This was the last MIG kill of the Vietnam war, by a F-8 Crusader (although VF-211 would down a MIG in 1972 without even firing a shot). The flight of two F-8Cs from VF-111 Det. 11 encountered two MIG-21s and Nargi followed one of them as it tried to evade the approaching Crusaders by making a steep climb and a loop. A single Sidewinder was fired and blew off the MIG-21s tail section. The print is available for sale via aircraftprofileprints.com, both on paper and as a "ready-to-hang" aluminium print. Click the images below to be taken to the aircraftprofileprints.com website: "Tigers Claw", paper print Tigers Claw, "ready-to-hang" alu print Click the link be low to be taken to the VF-111 section F-8C Crusader, VF-111 "Sundowners", 1968
The summer have proved to be very busy for me. The Squadron lineage prints have been getting a lot of attention (Thanks!), so I decided to work on more of those. For that i dusted off a older model i made, of the FA-18E Super Hornet. With that I´ll be working on a Pukin´ Dogs lineage print, so you can expect that to be in teh company of F-14 Tomcats, F-4 Phantoms, F3H Demons, F9F Panthers and Cougars and F4U Corsairs. Should be quite a company. Here´s a nearly done FA-18E Super Hornet profile view. As you can tell there´s still a few things that need to be added, but the general layout is quite alright i think. How do you like it ?