Fights on!

In a Close air-to-air combat scenario, who will win? The F-14 Tomcat or the F-16 Viper? The answer is not a straight forward as you might think. The story behin dthe march issue of the "Half Century, Baby!"-prints tells the story of  CDR Keith “Okie” Nance who developed a DACT technique which made gun kills on F-16s possible from the much lagrer F-14. In Okies own words: "The beautiful weather and pristine sea surrounding Naval Air Station Key West has been ideal for those seeking the sun and for Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT). By 1989, the penultimate Adversary Aircraft was the F-16N “Viper” which had an amazing thrust-to-weight ratio and ability to execute 9G turns. That made for a formidable adversary for Tomcat Aircrews as they learned out to fight their aircraft during the Fleet Readiness Squadron (FRS) Tactics Phase typically conducted out of Key West to take advantage of the weather. Experienced Tomcat pilots found that even the F-16N [...]

Desert Storm Viper

A new Viper have been added to the U.S.Air Force Tactical Fighter Wing section: a F-16C Block 42 Fighting Falcon of the 33rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, as it appeared during Operation Desert Storm. This very nice paint scheme was a fun challenge to do, and took some trial and error to get right. Make sure to watch the video podcast where i tell abit about the process of creating this profile. Alsmo, if you want a copy of this profile to hang on your wall, click the link below and get your copy from You can choose from many sizes and framing can even have this print on your phone cover, on your shower curtain, on you beach towel or on your coffee mug! This latest profiles was created with the kind help of Bullseye Decals! Thanks Scott !

800th Anniversary of Dannebrog

This year our national flag will turn 800 years. To mark the occasion, the Royal Danish Air Force decided to have one of their F-16 adorned with the Flag. They choose me to do the design, and here´s the result. Click the image below, to read the story and see manu more photos:

By |2019-06-15T07:17:13+00:00June 15th, 2019|F-16 Fighting Falcon, Royal Danish Air Force|9 Comments

“My designs” section added

I´ve been wanting to do this for a while! Adding a section that features the designes I´ve made for the RDAF and the story behind them. I´m extremely lucky to have the chance of doing such designes on more than one occasion, so my plans is to work my way through them all in chronological order. So here´s the story about the first one, i did after winning a competition in 2016. I had no idea what this would lead to, but thats a story i´ll let you in on a little later. Click the image to be taken to the story of the RDAF F-16 special paint scheme from 2016 RDAF F-16A Fighting Falcon - 2016

By |2019-05-07T09:17:03+00:00February 26th, 2019|F-16 Fighting Falcon, RDAF|2 Comments

Esk. 726, RDAF section added

Not long ago I realized that I had never made an Esk. 726 section on my site ! That was an error that needed to be corrected at once, and to compensate to those of you that have been visiting my site in hopes of finding the Esk. 726 section, not to find any, I´ve added a brand new profile: A F-16A Fighting Falcon as their appeared in the mid-90s. Click the link below to be taken to the Esk. 726 section F-16A Fighting Falcon, Esk. 726, RDAF, 1996

By |2018-06-18T11:19:27+00:00June 2nd, 2018|F-104 Starfighter, F-16 Fighting Falcon, RDAF|0 Comments

Aircraftprofiles selection

Wonder what aircraft that´s currently available from ? Watch the video below and you´ll know all about it ;)

New Wild Weasel

In order to complete the line up of Wild Weasels, I have just completed this F-16C Fighting Falcon from the 52nd TFW based at Spangdahlem AB in Germany. The Wild Weasel ancestry is apparent with the Sharkmouth, which i don´t recall having seen on any other Vipers. How do you like this one ? Click image below to be taken to the 52nd Wing section F-16C Fighting Falcon, 52rd Tactical Fighter Wing, CO, 1991  

More Happy Hooligans !

Here´s a new Happy Hooligan for your viewing pleasure. This time a F-16A Fighting Falcon as it appeared in the early 90s when the 119th traded their F-4Ds for F-16s. Click the link below to be taken to the Happy Hooligans section. F-16A Fighting Falcon, 119th Fighter Group, 178th Fighter Squadron, 1992

Danish Viper

It´s been a year since I was so very fortunate to design the tail paint scheme for a Danish F-16AM Viper. What better occasion to celebrate that with the completion of my very first Viper profile? Plans are to cover the RDAF F-16s so for now Block 10 and Block 15s are in the pipeline. With the F-100 and the upcoming Draken and F-104 the RDAF section is not far away, so make sure to check back soon if you want to see some danish fighters. Enjoy ! And here´s the real thing: 

By |2017-07-03T17:06:57+00:00May 27th, 2017|F-16 Fighting Falcon, RDAF|0 Comments


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