Hurricane Hunter

A WC-121N Warning Star (Willy Victor) of VW-1 "Typhoon Trackers" passing through some rough weather in 1969. This piece have just been completed today, and was infact an attempt to try out a new method of render composite. Once completed I thought i might aswell show it to you as i liked the mood in it. I hoep you agree ;) It´s available from fineartamerica.com, by clicking the link below:

VFA-102 Lineage print pt. 2

The VFA-102 Diamondbacks 3D lineage print is now available! This piece features one of each aircraft type the squadron have operated: F2H-4 Banshee, F4D-1 Skyray, F-4J Phantom (representing all the Phantom variants the squadron have operated), F-14B Tomcat (representing all the Tomcat variants the squadron have operated) and the FA-18F Super Hornet. This piece is available both as wall art (many size and medium options to choose from, phone cover, t-shirts, towels etc etc etc from fineartamerica.com. To purchase click the link below:

Black Lions Lineage

The Black Lions lineage have been completed! For this piece six profiles have been completed in order for this piece to be completed. The F2H-4 Banshee which were operated in the mid-50s, the F4D-1 Skyray of the later 50s/early 60s, the F3H-2 Demon of the early 60s, the F-4J Phantom which was active from the 60s to the late 70s (B,J and G models), the F-14D Tomcat that was used by the unit throughout the 80s, 90s, 00s and most of the 10s and finally the FA-18F Super Hornet which is in active duty at this moment. Let me know how you like it, and if there´s a lineage print of a particular squadron you would like to see.  

Diamondback Turkey

After having worked on a similar scene with a VF-102 F-4 Phantom I was curious to see how it would look with a Tomcat as the main subject...Here´s the result: A F-14A Tomcat of VF-102 "Diamondbacks" as it appeared in 1984 while operating off the deck of USS America (CV-66). For this piece i when for a slightly different color tone than on the Phantom. While the Gull grey color on the Phantom gave teh overall impression of a warmer tone, this piece have a more bluish tint, which i think suits the TPS scheme better. This piece was made for the former RIO of this aircraft, an overall very nice guy and someone I happy to call my friend. To purchase this artwork as a print (many sizes and medium options), as a phone cover, t-shirt, towel, shower curtain etc etc etc...click the link below to browse the options.

By |2020-04-21T18:54:44+00:00April 21st, 2020|F-14 Tomcat, Squadrons of the US Navy, VF squadrons|0 Comments

Cuban Missile Crisis F4H-1

In the mist of the ongoing global crisis, here´s a renditions depicting another tense situation that affected most of the world: The Cuban missile crisis. Here´s a F4H-1 Phantom of VF-102 "Diamondbacks" as it appeared while deployed aboard USS Enterprise (CVAN-65) in the fall of 1962. USS Enterprise were deployed in the Caribbean in response to the Soviet cargo vessels shipping nuclear warheads and rockets to Cuba. This aircraft is still around and is currently being restored at the Hickory Aviation Museum in North Carolina, and will soon sport the colors depicted here. This art piece will be sold at the museum store, so make sure to get yours when you are there :) Click here for the Museum website: Hickory aviation museum

By |2020-04-20T18:53:27+00:00April 20th, 2020|F-4 Phantom, Squadrons of the US Navy, VF squadrons|0 Comments

Diamondbacks Lineage

Finally the VF/VFA-102 Diamondbacks print have been completed and is now available for purchase. The print consists of 5 illustrations, one of each aircraft type the squadron have operated: F2H-4 Banshee, F4D-1 Skyray, F-4J Phantom, F-14B Tomcat and FA-18F Super Hornet.The print measures 40x16 inches and coasts 65 USD, and is printed in the US.Click the image below to be directed to Aircraftprofileprints.com where the print is sold.  

More Diamondbacks

The Diamondbacks Lineage print is slowly coming together, and with the F-14B Tomcat and the FA-18F Super Hornet now complete, the end is in sight! The Banshee was completed a few days ago, and since I already have a Diamondbacks Phantom on file, the only aircraft missing in order to have a complete lineup is the Ford (F4D-1 Skyray), which will be completed over the next couple of days. Let me know how you like these two new additions to the Diamondbacks lineup.

The Banjo !

I´m thrilled to have this model complete ! I´ve been trying to model it on a few occasions, and never been happy with the result. Now i´m quite pleased with the outcome, and i can now annonce that the F2H-3 and F2H-4 Banshee basemodel is complete! First off this model will be used to create lineage prints, and i´ll start of with VF-102 Diamondbacks. Then move on to VF-213 Black Lions. Let me know if there´s other lineages you would like to see.

By |2020-04-06T18:36:36+00:00April 6th, 2020|F2H Banshee, Squadrons of the US Navy, VF squadrons|2 Comments

The SLUF have landed!

This model have been awaited by many for a long time! So it was long overdue that I got it completed...At the moment the D and E models are ready, and the A/B models are not far behind. Make sure to have a look at the Video podcast about these new renditions (click link below). Both are ready as prints from fineartamerica.com so if you want one of these beauties on your wall, on your phonecover, on a t-shirt or even on your bedsheet, that is possible ;)

By |2020-02-10T14:19:11+00:00February 10th, 2020|A-7 Corsair, Squadrons of the US Navy, VA squadrons|0 Comments

Monday Blues

The Blue Angels: The US Navy demonstration team! I have had countless requests for doing profiles of these blue beauties for years, and now what the time to do them. This batch contains the FA-18C Hornet, the A-4F Skyhawk, and lastly the F-4J Phantom. With these models done, i will now move on to doing 3d scenes with them. I have already started doing a FA-18C 3d scene and it looks very promising. Click the video to get a overview of the three new profiles, a bit of insight to how they are made, and a few details too. If you watch the video, make sure to subscribe to my channel, hit like and leave a note...I would appreciate it very much ! The Blue Angels Gallery:

By |2020-01-27T12:23:26+00:00January 27th, 2020|A-4 Skyhawk, Blue Angels, F-4 Phantom, FA-18 Hornet|0 Comments