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2022-09-14T09:04:56+00:00 ·
On Final Approach by Merv Corning
A B-17G Flying Fortress of the US 8th Air Force 390th Bomb Group "Square J's" squadron on final approach as it returns to its home base at Framlingham, UK, after a mission.
Published as an open edition print in 1987
#aviationart #b17 #flyingfortress #8thairforce #ww2 #390thBG
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2022-03-05T05:29:05+00:00 ·
Andre Venter is an aviation photographer, whose work I really admire. I asked him if I have permission to paint his photographs, especially the Harvards and I immediately got a positive response plus “megaloads” of photographs to chose from. Thanks Andre! Andre helped me chose this one of a three-ship formation flypast, of a Flying Lions display, at Rhino Park Airfield during a Steady Climb Event.

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#2 - Arnie Meneghelli; #3 - Ellis Levin; and #4 Sean Thackwray, and have been in operation for more than 14 years.

Sean was in the South African Air Force with me and is also an artist when he is not flying. When I left the SAAF, I was presented with a farewell present, which was a painting of a Cheetah E, painted by Sean. It is still hanging in my office and reminds me of the good flying days I had and people I worked with. Thanks Sean!

Back to the painting, it is a watercolour, painted on 640gms Arches, cold press paper and measures 560mm x 760mm. I used some artistic freedom on the background as I wanted to allude to the Highveld thunderstorms that prevail in the areas, which make formation flying so much more interesting and difficult.'/>
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2019-07-20T02:36:22+00:00 ·
Dornier Do-17Zs of 1./KG 76 on their way to England, sometime during September 1940.
3D model created in Cinema4D, rendered in Maxwell, post production in Photoshop by Anastasios Polychronis
#dornier #do17z #battleofbritain #3dmodel #aviationart