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  1. Fairchild Thunderbolt II of the 122nd Fighter Wing, 'The Black Snakes' of the Indiana Air National Guard. This is an update to my previous raster version and I'm pleased with the improvement.
  2. Combining three of my aircraft, bit of an experiment.
  3. Here's my first effort using Affinity Designer. I used Corel Draw in the dim and distant past and started to use Paintshop Pro for the last six or seven years. After upgrading from PC to iMac decided to go to vector drawing rather than raster, as the clarity and sharpness was my main requirement. Must say I love the software, and am fairly happy with the result so far. Still making basic mistakes and will hopefully learn more with the tutorials and any comments from more experienced members that I can glean here. So here it is, nearly didn't post this after looking at some of the stunning work that people have posted here, but hey! Got to start somewhere! I still have some shading and rendering to do on it but am happy with the result so far. The F-16 is the vector and I've included an A-10, my last raster drawing which shows the difference in clarity that I'm after.
  4. Here's a couple more that I've just about finished. Still learning the lessons; don't know if I'll ever finish learning!!! Lancaster of 207 Squadron and Hurricane of 85 Squadron.
  5. Red Bull not only have a pristine P38, they have, among other fantastic aircraft, a very shineeee Vought F4U Corsair. Somehow I just love the Corsair. Can you imagine in the board room of Voght....: "Hi guys, I have this big-assed engine on mah truck.... make it fly!" "Ok boss, what kind of armament do you require?" "Yes!" Done in Designer and finished up in Photo, the clouds are a mix of cloudbrushes and perlin noise, all hail the perlin noise.
  6. Well here's No.2, hopefully learning from the mistakes I made on No1. But still a lot to take in. I couldn't start my vector collection properly until I had a Spitfire included!!
  7. Unemployed thanks to Corvid means that I have a lot of time on my hands. A few years back I took a picture of Nooky Booky IV at the Hahnweide Airshow and always wanted to do the drawing. The background is a composite of five pictures, the last one from Jesenwang airstrip taken this afternoon. The shading took ages and the heavy file almost melted my mac mini to cinders, but I think I got it right, what do you think?
  8. Redbull´s magnificent Lockheed P38 Lightning was at the Hahnweide airshow, way back in happier pre-corvid times. I took a picture with the intention to draw her at some point, however during the research I found that Redbull´s website had professional pictures, much better than those out of my crappy cellphone camera. Free to download, so I used one of theirs.
  9. The Fliegermuseum in Altenrhein is a gift that keeps on giving. This P9 only recently arrived. I always wanted to try to capture the propellor distortion caused by taking a digital picture, I think it came out quite well.
  10. What to do on a boring rainy weekend? I thought I would try and get some more milage out of the UFO pictured in "Contact" and revisit "Close encounter" by adding oodles of detail to the Conny.The Conny herself is from a picture I took of the Breitling Conny at her base in Basel. I think it turned out well.
  11. Had me a bit of fun with with Perlin noise blending and merges and generally playing around with layers.I call this: "One got through"
  12. The ME 109 was a great warbird to fly, but the narrow spaced landing gear made it very difficult to land. I have had a picture of the ME 109- E in the museum in Schleißheim for a while with the idea of doing a ME with the yellow nose. After getting the wirework done and the basic colouring I went ape with sweet sweet perlin noise to give me that grungy look.
  13. Made sure I didnt already post these. All images were taken with a Canon 5DM4. This First Set was taken over mothers day. in Northern California by Discovery Bay. Sigma 70-200 sigma 24-105mm sigma 70-200 sigma 24-105 So 99.99% of the time I will never use an HDR filter too touch up my photography especially in commercial shoots like Realestate. buuuuuuut I gotta admit the tone mapping persona did a pretty good job here. so nicely. done Affinity team. My Client was very happy with the results, this home sold for $4.45million soo ya thats a feel good moment. all of these were done with Sigma 24-105 This was taken with the Sigma 70-200mm I used just the basic RAW editing profile for these images. All were taken by Sigma 24-105 this one belongs with the first real estate set.
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