I´ve been giving the the Tophatters alot of attention these past few weeks, so I thought it was only appropriate to show the USAF a bit of TLC too. With that I decided to build my Interceptor section, with four all new Deadly Deltas. Two Deuces (32nd FIS, 326th FIS) and two Sixs (5th FIS and 48th FIS). I sure hope you enjoy this batch of colorful sleek cold war Interceptors. As always, these can become available as a print ready to hang on your wall...just drop me a line, if you are interested Click the image below to be taken to the Interceptor section.
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:
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
The Century series print is now ready to ship and is available from both Aviationgraphic.com and Aircraftprofileprints.com. Below you´ll be able to find the links to the two vendors (as they become available), and there´s both size and price info. Simply click the images via the vendor of your choice. Aviationgraphic.com Standard: 16,5" x 12" - 16 Euro / approx $18,5 Large: 28" x 20" - 49 Euro / approx $57 Click the image to purchase Aircraftprofileprints.com Collector: 18" x 12" - $25 Standard: 24" x 16" - $35 Click image to purchase
By popular demand: a F-106A Delta Dart of the 49th Fighter Interceptor Squadron. This aircraft was assigned to the CO of the squadron, which teh fuselage bands are a tell tale indication of. The 49th was the last active F-106 squadron which kept on flying the ultimate interceptor until 1987. Click the link below to be taken to the 21st Air Division section. F-106A Delta Dart, 21th Air Division, 49th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 1983
The F-106 is now finally complete ! And per request, the 318th FIS is the first incarnation of this new model. After working on the Six for the past many weeks i´ve become to appreciate this elegant aircraft quite a lot, and i can assure anyone out there, that this is not the last F-106 you´ll see from my hand ! I have received many suggestions on what colors to put on this jet, and in time i hope to make them all ! Thanks so much for your support ! Here´s a few detail shots of the F-106 model. Click the image below to be taken to the 25th Air Division section F-106A Delta Dart, 25th Air Division, 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 1980
The headline is what you may call, not completely true. However, there´s some truth behind it after all. The F-106 is coming along, and i thought it would be a good time to show you all a sample of how far along the Delta Dart have gotten. It´s a great looking aircraft IMHO, and the sleek lines is truly a pleasure to work on. Right now I´m thinking about modelling the landing gear too, and put it into 3d scenes (I got a landing scene in mind, that i think would look awesome...just need to figure out what colors to put on the six...suggestions are welcome). Hope you like it !