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Halifax Pakistan 1 by WS-Clave
Halifax Pakistan 1
The Handley-Page Halifax entered service with the RAF in 1940 and was used along with the Lancaster and Stirling as part of the heavy bomber fleet. The Halifax was also used by Australia, Canada, Egypt, France, Pakistan, and No 301 Polish Squadron.

There were many versions of the Halifax including ones made for the SOE (Special Operations Executive) Coastal Command, glider tugs, and transport aircraft.

The Halifax was armed with 4-8 x 7.7 mm machine guns in 1-3 turrets, depending on version, and 13,000 lb of bombs as standard.

This example is a Halifax BVI of 12 Squadron Pakistan Air Force 1950.
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Halifax France 1 by WS-Clave
Halifax France 1
The Handley-Page Halifax entered service with the RAF in 1940 and was used along with the Lancaster and Stirling as part of the heavy bomber fleet. The Halifax was also used by Australia, Canada, Egypt, France, Pakistan, and No 301 Polish Squadron.

There were many versions of the Halifax including ones made for the SOE (Special Operations Executive) Coastal Command, glider tugs, and transport aircraft.

The Halifax was armed with 4-8 x 7.7 mm machine guns in 1-3 turrets, depending on version, and 13,000 lb of bombs as standard.

This example is a Halifax BVI of GB II/21 Armée de l’Air 1948.
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Halifax Australia 1 by WS-Clave
Halifax Australia 1
The Handley-Page Halifax entered service with the RAF in 1940 and was used along with the Lancaster and Stirling as part of the heavy bomber fleet. The Halifax was also used by Australia, Canada, Egypt, France, Pakistan, and No 301 Polish Squadron.

There were many versions of the Halifax including ones made for the SOE (Special Operations Executive) Coastal Command, glider tugs, and transport aircraft.

The Halifax was armed with 4-8 x 7.7 mm machine guns in 1-3 turrets, depending on version, and 13,000 lb of bombs as standard.

This example is a Halifax BIII of 466 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force 1944.
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Halifax GB 190 Sqn 1 by WS-Clave
Halifax GB 190 Sqn 1
The Handley-Page Halifax entered service with the RAF in 1940 and was used along with the Lancaster and Stirling as part of the heavy bomber fleet. The Halifax was also used by Australia, Canada, Egypt, France, Pakistan, and No 301 Polish Squadron.

There were many versions of the Halifax including ones made for the SOE (Special Operations Executive) Coastal Command, glider tugs, and transport aircraft.

The Halifax was armed with 4-8 x 7.7 mm machine guns in 1-3 turrets, depending on version, and 13,000 lb of bombs as standard.

This example is a Halifax BIII of 190 Squadron RAF 1945.
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Halifax GB 158 Sqn 1 by WS-Clave
Halifax GB 158 Sqn 1
The Handley-Page Halifax entered service with the RAF in 1940 and was used along with the Lancaster and Stirling as part of the heavy bomber fleet. The Halifax was also used by Australia, Canada, Egypt, France, Pakistan, and No 301 Polish Squadron.

There were many versions of the Halifax including ones made for the SOE (Special Operations Executive) Coastal Command, glider tugs, and transport aircraft.

The Halifax was armed with 4-8 x 7.7 mm machine guns in 1-3 turrets, depending on version, and 13,000 lb of bombs as standard.

This example is a Halifax BII Series 1A of 158 Squadron RAF 1942.
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:iconjesse220:
Jesse220 Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2014
Can you do the Turbokat from swat kats?
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eduartinehistorise Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hey am give you a lama and wacht you pleasse doing the same :D (Big Grin) Hug 
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researcher42 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
How about a Thunderbird 2 spaceship
with the markings of
Southwest Airlines here in USA?

They have an interesting paint scheme.

Southwest Airlines is headquarter
in Dallas, Texas.
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MrWonderWorks Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
WS Where Is The W.A.S.P. Versions Of ThunderBirds 5 & 6?!
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TheSquawkShoppe Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014
We're interested in your artwork, and want to talk to you about it. We sent a note to you with all the details. Talk to you soon!
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guardmn Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014
Your Aircraft Pictures are amazing.I cant comment on all of them.But I like them all.
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WS-Clave Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
Very kind - thank you! :)
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:iconhoshikawayayoi:
hoshikawayayoi Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014
Hello again.

Previously I have expressed interest in duplicating some of your schemes (in particular the Fantasy Profile no.292) into the flight sim game WarThunder last May 27.

I am once again requesting permission to duplicate this particular fantasy scheme with the promise to never put it in any contests, nor put it for profit and while free to download, will contain references that point to your DA and urging them to purchase your prints- and you will be notified of how progress is happening.
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WS-Clave Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
That's no problem.
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donottailgate Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2014
Is it possible for you to make a version of the Condor freighter in Captain Scarlet? =)
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