There are a whole range of imagery that can be produced to order, or a library of existing imagery that can be bought or modified to suit in practically any scheme you require be they existing or fantasy inspired or purely personally to you. Planes come with or without props. Sizes can be from postcard to to A3 (larger can be produced on many) on photo quality paper or canvas. They can also be produced on mugs, T-shirts and other products with additional personalised elements as desired. Please contact me for details or to discuss the possibilities. Meanwhile check through the full list by clicking below.
Thumper & Vera. Celebrating the 2015 Summer UK tour of the Battle of Britain Lancaster 'Thumper' and Canadian Mk 10 Lancaster 'Vera', the last two flying Lancasters in the World.
Thumper. The Battle of Britain Lancaster in her latest guise Thumper.
Avro Lancaster. Red Tail
Peashooter. Boeing US trainer of the thirties
Hawker Tempest Mk2. Ultimate piston engined fighter that took prop performance close to the ultimate
Hawker Tornado. Troubled design that did not get beyond the prototype the Sabre engined Typhoon version (itself problematic) being preferred. Both represent the first version of development that went through the Tempest to the beast that was the Fury/Sea Fury, perhaps the best and fastest of all prop fighters though too late to take part in WW2.
Hawker Sea Fury. Arguably the greatest and fastest prop fighter* and the ultimate version of the Hawker fighters that started with the Typhoon/Tornado. The Fury/Sea Fury, though too late for WW2 did participate in the Korean War where it was likely the only prop aircraft to shoot down jets in air to air combat, though in WW2 its forebear, the Tempest, and others did shoot down jets as they came in to land and were vulnerable. This aircraft is still used in Reno air races to this day.
*Hornet and Bearcat supporters might argue the point.
North American F107 The North American F-107 was North American Aviation's entry in a United States Air Force tactical fighter-bomber design competition of the 1950s. The F-107 was based on the F-100 Super Sabre, but included many innovations and radical design features, notably the over-fuselage air intakes. The competition was eventually won by the F-105 Thunderchief, and the F-107 prototypes ended their lives as test aircraft.
Tupolev Tu-2. Classic Russian Bomber of WW2..
Corsair (FAA scheme). The North American F-107 was North American Aviation's entry in a United States Air Force tactical fighter-bomber design competition of the 1950s. The F-107 was based on the F-100 Super Sabre, but included many innovations and radical design features, notably the over-fuselage air intakes. The competition was eventually won by the F-105 Thunderchief, and the F-107 prototypes ended their lives as test aircraft.
Curtiss P40 (Kittyhawk) 112 Squadron Desert Airforce. The P40 known as the Kittyhawk in British Service was an American fighter produced in the late 1930s and used in most WW2 campaigns by various forces. While never one of the more glamorous fighters of the era it proved a rugged workhorse especially in the desert, where state of the art was never quite so important a factor. The desert airforce were actually the first to apply the shark mouth to their P40 aircraft.
Assembly ships of the US 8th Airforce. A number of gaudily painted bombers were used by the US 8th Airforce to more easily assemble bomber forces at specified locations in and around the UK before heading on bombing raids on mass on the Third Reich. There seems to have been little standardisation in these matters and thus a whole range of bright themes were devised. see more
English Electric Canberra. Treble 3 see more
English Electric Canberra. Treble 3. Various backgrounds can be applied to personalise the aircraft either supplied by you or commissioned through me, be it new or from those existing a page of these will be added soon.
Albatros D.Va. Famous late version German WWI Scout from 2017.