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:

Hunters

A new F-4 Phantom have been added! For some odd reason I haven´t done any VF-201 aircraft despite their very sharp looking paint schemes. So naturally I had to get one done. While working on it I realized that I wanted to add both as a profile and in a 3d scene and now both are complete. But more on that later. The depicted aircraft sports a paint scheme the squadron used on the late 70s (more specific in 1978). There´s  a few unusual features in the paint scheme which is covered in the podcast, however to me the most important thing is that i have reworked my Phantom basemodels fuselage! Perhaps not noticable to anyone but me, but there were some slight errors that would show up in 3d scenes, so i decided to redo the entire fuselage. I´m pretty happy with the outcome! Don´t forget to check out the podcast that deals with the very colorful CAG bird from [...]

By |2020-01-06T19:20:11+00:00January 6th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sundowner E-model

The illusive F-8E Crusader from VF-111 "Sundowners" have finally been depicted. This aircraft served with the Sundowners in 1965 while CVW-16 was embarked on USS Oriskany (CVA-34) on their very first combat deployment. The E-model Crusader was in VF-111 service for a very short time, so finding reference to this rendition was very difficult indeed, but now it´s done, and added to the VF-111 "Sundowners" section. As a new feature you can also hear Aircraftprofiles.net new podcast, which deals with this exact aircraft. Hear the story about the aircraft and the creation of the profile by watching the video below. You can subscribe to the channel to make sure you´ll not miss future podcasts:

By |2019-12-15T17:10:00+00:00December 15th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Nargis MIG killer

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

Century series print, available !

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

Phantom from the Tiger squadron

Time to yet again build the RAF/RN section. This time with a Phantom FGR.2 of No. 74 Squadron. Complete with both roaring tiger head and tiger stripes. The Spey power Phantoms differed from the US versions in more ways than what is readily visible, the entire intake section is wider and deeper, and the exhaust feathers used on the US versions is gone. But apart from that the good ol´ Spook does look like it´s suppose to, in fact it looks like a fighter is suppose to :) Click the link below to be taken to the 74. Sqn section Phantom FGR.2, No. 74 Squadron, 1990

By |2017-10-23T12:48:13+00:00September 5th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments