I´ve been looking forward to revealing this new print, in the "Half Century, Baby!" series! This print features a Tomcat from every unit that have served in the US armed forces. In the main formation the atlantic fleet squadron are on the left side, and the Pacific fleet squadrons on the right. The formation is flanked by a Tomcat of the NFWS and VX-9 on the right and by two F-14Ds of VX-23 and VX-30 on the left. Alot of work went into this piece, and I really hope you like it! The print is available for sale via Aircraftprofileprints, both as paper print and the ready-to-hang aluminium print. Aluminium Ready-to-hang ($229.95) - 35 x 23" Paper print ($64.95) - 35 x 23"
This new piece was made in close collaboration with David "Hey Joe" Parsons, and depics a mission flown on Feb. 12th, 1991 over Iraq during Operation Desert Storm. This print was made as a part of a 12 art piece series. Each month of 2021 will feature a new Tomcat print, each of them depicting a new aspect of the Tomcats rich history. The series goes by the name: "Half Century, Baby!" with this piece being the first of the 12. "Going to Big Al" depeicts a flight of two TARPS equipped F-14A Tomcat were set to fly over a factory complex in the northen Iraq. The here described in Hey Joes own words: "One of the top targets during Desert Storm was the Al Qa’im Super Phosphate Plant near the Syrian border. Al Qa’im had a role in refining Yellowcake Uranium for use in weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and harboring SCUD missile launchers making it a top priority target. [...]
A F-102A Delta Dagger of the 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron kicks of the upcoming batch of 26 Delta Dagger illustrations for the Century series book. This piece was made with a updated F-102 model with completely new textures. Click the link below to purchase
A flight of two CF-101B Voodoos from the RCAF is coming back to base after a patrol mission. This piece have been made for the upcoming book about the Century series fighters which will be published in the summer of 2021 via Mortons Books. The idea behind this new 3d art piece was to depic the sometime harch conditions in which the Canadian Voodoos operated. The all-weather capabilities of this huge fighter served the RCAF for many years, and my intentions was to capture the Voodoo in an environment which the aircraft was build for. This piece is available via Fineartamerica.com, simply click the link below. Print details
This piece depicts the famous Triple Zilch, the commander of the 20th TFWs F-100D Super Sabre. Back in those days the aircraft were extremly colorful, and especially the Cos aircraft were often adorned with a wealth of colors and marking, among the most well known of those Huns in special markings is Triple Zlich which here is seen at full AB above the English evening sky. The piece is available via fineartamerica...simply click the link below. Hope you like it!
A new artpiece have been completed. This time a part of F-100D Super Sabres on a mission over a river in North Vietnam in opening months of the Vietnam war. The aircraft are carrying a load of Bullpup missiles, and while delivering the ordnance they are coming under fire from AAA batteries along the river bank. This piece is available from Fineartamerica in a mulititude of different sizes and frames. It´s even available as greeting card, phone cases, throw pillows, duvet covers, t-shiret and much more. Click the link below to purchase.
This new piece have just been completed for the Hickory Air Museum in North Carolina, USA. It depicts the museums F-105B Thunderchief set a new speedrecord from Eielson AFB, Ak to Eglin AFB, FL. It took Capt. Billy White 5hrs27m to complete the trip averaging 700 mph. The highly reflective polished NM finish turned out to be quite difficult to work, with as he aircraft blended in with it surroundings and became lost in the mountainscape. But win creating the mountain ridges I made sure that i had a shaded wall around where I wanted the Thud, so the aircraft would pop out of the background. I hope it worked. This piece will only be sold from the Hickort Air Museum store.
A P-3B Orion of VP-6 "Blue Sharks" flyes off the coast of Hawaii after taking off from NAS Barbers Point in the early hours of a summer day in 1977. This piece is available for sale via finartamerica.com by clicking the link below. How do you like it ?
Here´s two recently completed profiles that have been made for The Hook magazine. I can´t reveal too much of the drawings, but below is a sample of them both. These aircraft operated off the deck of USS Essex during in 1944/45. Its been quite fun to work on some WWII material for a change, and I hope you like this effort. More is on the drawing board, so check back soon
With the FJ-4B Fury finally complete, I couldn´t resist putting it in to a scene. This piece depicts a flight of two FJ-4B Furies of VA-63 "Fighting Redcocks" in 1959 while operating of USS Midway (CVA-41). With the completion of the FJ-4B Fury i now will be able to do lineage prints of a number of both Navy and Marine fighter and attack squadron...first one on the drawing board will be the Fighting Redcocks. Below is a few detail shots of the print, and below that a sales link. Hope you like it!