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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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2020-06-03T06:30:25+08:00 ·
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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.
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2020-06-02T23:41:22+08:00 ·
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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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2020-05-11T13:20:08+08:00 ·
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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
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2020-04-17T01:41:02+08:00 ·
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A New Lease of Life by Robert Tomlin
A Blackburn Buccaneer S.2B departing BAe Woodford, Cheshire, after the late 1980s Avionics Update Programme, ASR1012.
Despite having a basic design that dated from the 1950s, the 'Bucc' went on to provide years of valuable service, culminating in the provision of laser-guided weapon target designation and delivery during the 1991 Gulf war.
#AviationArt #Buccaneer #BlackburnBuccaneer
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2020-04-17T00:48:55+08:00 ·
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Jadgfieber by Heinz Krebs
Edition Size : 750
Type: Limited Edition Lithographic Print
Print Size : 36" x 27"
During late 1944 the Luftwaffe introduced the jet fighter, a sensational revolution in aviation technology. In their mission debriefings, allied fighter pilots reported encounters, or even gunfights, with very fast German aeroplanes of unusual design, without propellers, these were usually Me262's.

The scene depicted here is high above the Tyrolean Alps, where at the beginning of the wint...
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2020-04-16T18:02:07+08:00 ·
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Good writeup by Air & Space Magazine on the late Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen's superb Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FHCAM) at Paine Field near Seattle, USA.
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2020-04-15T18:33:57+08:00 ·
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He ejected just after a few seconds after taking off! Too bad I wasn't the lucky blighter; I would have stayed the whole duration!
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2020-04-08T20:11:00+08:00 ·
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Hopgood's Final Act by Darryl Legg
Flt. Lt Hopgood knew there was only one way to save any of his crew and, ordering them to abandon the aircraft, powered the struggling Lancaster into a steep starboard climbing turn to gain altitude.
The aircraft had already been damaged by flak and the run at target was done with the consent of his crew. Their bomb missed the target and upon exploding destroyed the already crippled Lancaster. Two members of Hopgood's crew survived however and were taken POW. ...
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2020-04-07T06:20:10+08:00 ·
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Dambuster hero, 96, among Britain's latest Covid19 victims
#covid19 #dambusters
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