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Boulton-Paul Defiant versus Dornier Do17
Artist unknown, looks to be in the style of Adam Tooby?
#AviationArt #WW2 #RAF #Luftwaffe #BattleofBritain #fighter #bomber
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A B-52 slides down the port side of USS Ranger (CV-61) in its typical nose down cruise attitude. Though it looks like it, this is not PhotoShopped.
February '89 off the coast of Mexico, while Forrestral-class Ranger was conducting training for an upcoming WestPac-Indian Ocean deployment (24 February–24 August 1989), two B-52s called the carrier and asked if they could do a fly-by, and the carrier air controller said yes. When the B-52s reported they were 9 kilometers out, the carrier controll...
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It's very, very rare for a USAF aircraft to do a fly-by below the flight deck of a carrier. But B-52s had been practising low level flights for years, to penetrate under Soviet radar. In this case, the B-52 pilots asked the carrier controller if they would like the bombers to come around again. The carrier guys said yes, and a lot more sailors had their cameras out this time. Photo was taken from the plane guard helicopter. C/O John Ardis.'/>
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2020-08-10T09:18:21+08:00 ·
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Singapore's 55th National Day Flying Display
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𝑷𝒊𝒆𝒄𝒆 𝒐𝒇 𝑪𝒂𝒌𝒆 𝒃𝒚 𝑴𝒊𝒄𝒉𝒂𝒆𝒍 𝑻𝒖𝒓𝒏𝒆𝒓
In the calm of a fine summer evening, a group of Spitfires returns from the last sortie of the day. Two small boys and a passing cyclist watch as the leading Spitfire sweeps over the boundary of the temporary airfield.

Published as a lithographic print in 1988, the print edition was limited to 1,494 copies, each one commemorating an RAF Aircrew loss during the Battle of Britain as recorded in the Battle of Britain memorial chapel at Westminster Abbey.

This print ...
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2020-07-25T10:42:08+08:00 ·
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2020-07-20T18:45:10+08:00 ·
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Hi everyone, I love sitting in cockpits of aircraft, any airplane. Its just an awesome feeling, don't you agree, if you are an aviation junkie like me? Even if i can't sit in the cockpit, I enjoy looking at aircraft cockpits in any form, and that's why I created this group in case there are others like me out there, so let's share images and videos of aircraft cockpits here!
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2020-06-10T15:12:31+08:00 ·
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Blackbird by Jody Fulks Sjogren
#AviationArt #SR71Blackbird #metamorphosis
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A digital illustration done for the Aviation History magazine
The lines I drew in a vector software and painted it in Photoshop
I hope you enjoy it! Soon I'm going to post other works I did.

Dornier Do 335 - The last piston pinnacle
Work done for Aviation History Magazine
The Dornier Do 335 Pfeil ("Arrow") was a German World War II heavy fighter built by the Dornier company. The two-seater trainer version was called Ameisenbär ("anteater"). The Pfeil's performance was much better than other twin...
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Dornier Do 335 - The last piston pinnacle
Work done for Aviation History Magazine
The Dornier Do 335 Pfeil ("Arrow") was a German World War II heavy fighter built by the Dornier company. The two-seater trainer version was called Ameisenbär ("anteater"). The Pfeil's performance was much better than other twin-engine designs due to its unique push-pull configuration and the lower aerodynamic drag of the in-line alignment of the two engines. It was the German's fastest piston-engine aircraft of World War II.'/>
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Hi!
Recently I've being writing about aviation art at my website that has a blog too.
In those texts I'm explaining what it is (1st post) what is necessary and to whom you can work for and probably there will a third post and who knows a 4th.
For sure everybody knows what is. So I'm going to post the part of the second post I wrote and a link to it. I hope you enjoy it.

"...But there are other points I would like to highlight here.
In order – what would be necessary to be an aviation artist or w...
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In those texts I'm explaining what it is (1st post) what is necessary and to whom you can work for and probably there will a third post and who knows a 4th.
For sure everybody knows what is. So I'm going to post the part of the second post I wrote and a link to it. I hope you enjoy it.

"...But there are other points I would like to highlight here.
In order – what would be necessary to be an aviation artist or which areas could him or her work with.

First let me tell few words regarding to become an aviation artist.
Just like the other artists it is not necessary to be graduated to work as one but it helps a lot, mainly, if you are graduated in Art area, or your graduation hold any subject related to art history..."
read more : http://duhraviationart.com/index.php/aviation-art-part-2/'/>
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Convoy Patrol by Michael Daly
Painted exclusively for The Whirlwind Fighter Project by artist Michael Daly, 'Convoy Patrol' portrays Westland Whirlwind P7056 Pride of Yeovil in RAF 137 Squadron codes, protecting the vital merchant ships.
#AviationArt #WW2 #RAF #fighter #convoypatrol #westlandwhirlwind