I have the following prints available in the new 8 x 10 inch size, all of these based on the larger 16 x20 inch prints but sacrificing none of the quality, detail, and color vibrancy of the larger prints. This group covers the 737s that I've done so far as 16 x 20 inch prints that you can now get from me at the 8 x 10 inch size:
Boeing C-40A Clipper | "City of Fort Worth" and
If you were at ScaleFest 2011 today at the Mesquite Exhibition Hall over on the east side of Dallas, I had available for the first time an 8x10 inch size print that is of the same quality and detail of my larger profile prints. Here's a listing of the both real world and what-if Boeing 707s I have available. This first group are real-world Boeing 707s and variants:
United States Air Force VC-137C
I did this one way back in 2005 as part of a series of DC-10 "what-ifs":
You'll first note that this is a DC-10-30 (this should represent an early model DC-10-30) while the other illustrations I've done are of DC-10-10s. So you have the lengthened aft wing/fuselage fairing, the centerline main landing gear, and the different engines.
I chose to with a final BOAC livery that
Delta Air Lines Convair 58-9 SST | "SST Jetliner" | N5890 | DC-8 Delivery Colors (what-if?) | Early 1960s
A year ago this time I did a set of profiles for the electronic version of Aerospace Projects Review (eAPR) on the Convair SST family that was based on the proposed B-58C Hustler that was powered by four Pratt & Whitney J58 engines (the same engines as
This was one of my favorite kitbash projects of all time. I used the ARII 1/144 scale RA-5C Vigilante kit as the basis for what a modernized heavy attack Vigilante might look like. I won first in the scale back around 2001 at the North Central Texas IPMS show.
Overview shot. Basically it has the following features:
-Reprofiled nose radome for the terrain-following/attack radar