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I love the aircraft from between the wars, they experimented and tried all kinds of airframes and paved the way for the aircraft we see today. One of those was the De Havilland DH 88 Comet. Three of these thoroughbreads were built for the 1934 air race from England to Australia. All done in Designer and Photo with oodles of Perlin noise in the background.

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5 minutes ago, dannyg9 said:

Great work (as usual)! I'm actually learning quite a bit about aircraft through your posts!

Nice to hear.

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...wonderful cliffs too, very reminiscent of the British railway posters of that era.

The red paint, makes it jump out of the picture.

 

 


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Holy (expletive deleted)! Love the colour (cool, dark, bright, hot) contrasts. Beautiful work. This has such a punch. And reminds me how far the road ahead is...

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