The last 3D piece for the upcoming "Century Series Fighters" is now completed. This piece depics the speed record setting F-106A that flew 1,525.96 mph (2,455.79 km/h) on dec. 15th, 1959. A record for a single engine aircraft. The book will be available from Mortons publications in July, but is already available for pre-order here The full size artwork can be seen below:
I wasn´t quite pleased with the F-102 piece i made for my upcoming book " Century Serie Fighters", so i decided to redo it entirely. This is the result: A trio of F-102A Delta Daggers of the 48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron firing their AIM-4 Falcon missiles. With this F-102 piece complete, the F-102 are now done entirely, and i can turn my attention to the Thuds. To preorder the book click this link If you have an idea for a title for this one, i would love to hear it:
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
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.
I´ve been wanting to cover more of the older BUFFs for a while, so i finally got around to work on a couple, and I wanted to share the result with you. I was aiming for a bit of different paint schemes and i have wanted a bare metal B-52 in my inventory for a while, so i came across a photo of a B-52H of the 449th BW with a bit of markings on it, so that was the one i did. I also decided to add a B-52G with the SIOP scheme, this one from the 379th BW as it appeared in 1980. Last but not least: Ghost Rider. I have had that rendition laying around for a few years, and forgot all about it...so its about time i share it with you all. Please let me know how you like these BUFFs ;)
Here´s a 3d digital art piece depicting a F-106A Delta Dart intercepting a Tu-22 Blinder. The F-106A is from the 5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron. Trying to find a good angle for the F-106 wasn´t difficult, but i wanted to have the afterburner exposed, so this is the result. Hope you like it!
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 Fineartamerica.com. You can choose from many sizes and framing options...you 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 !
The latest addition to this website is the F-86E Sabre. I decided to try my luck with a ANG bird, and choose Alaska ANG as my subject, as I found it quite unique, with the dayglo Orange tail section. This aircraft is from the 176th Wing, 144th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, and this is how the aircraft looked when it operated out of Elmendorf AFB in 1958. Click this link to be taken to the Air National Guard section To learn more about this aircraft and the differences between the Sabre and the Fury, watch the Aircraftprofiles Podcast where this new profile is presented and the Sabre vs. Fury exterior differences-issue is treaded.
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.