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Fw190D9 JGR10 1 by WS-Clave
Fw190D9 JGR10 1
The Focke-Wulf 190 entered service with the Luftwaffe in 1941.  It was a fast and versatile fighter and was unusual in that it had an 18 cylinder radial engine.  The BMW 139 was prone to overheating in the early versions, but the problem was solved by the time full production began.

The Fw-190 D-9 was a substantial change to the 190 - the engine was changed from radial BMW to in-line Jumo, which led to a large increase in the nose length and an extra section added to the fuselage for balance.  The 190 D showed a good improvement in speed at the expense of manoeuvrability, but this was felt to be correct for a 'bomber destroyer'.  The D-9, 11, and 13 were not produced in large numbers, and stayed in service until the end of WW2.

This example is a 190 D-9 of 1/JGr10 circa 1945.
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Sea King GB 1 by WS-Clave
Sea King GB 1
The Sikorsky Sea King is the workhorse of many air forces and navies around the world.  Since it’s introduction in 1961 many have been built under licence in Italy, Japan, and the UK as well the long production run in the USA.

The Sea King was primarily designed for Anti-Submarine Warfare, but several variations have appeared over the years including search-and-rescue, transport, airborne radar, anti-shipping and troop transport.

The Sea King ASW has a crew of four and is armed with torpedoes, depth charges and various sonobuoys and pyrotechnics.

This example is a Westland Sea King HAR.3A of 22 Squadron RAF 2011.
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Sea King Denmark 2 by WS-Clave
Sea King Denmark 2
The Sikorsky Sea King is the workhorse of many air forces and navies around the world.  Since it’s introduction in 1961 many have been built under licence in Italy, Japan, and the UK as well the long production run in the USA.

The Sea King was primarily designed for Anti-Submarine Warfare, but several variations have appeared over the years including search-and-rescue, transport, airborne radar, anti-shipping and troop transport.

The Sea King ASW has a crew of four and is armed with torpedoes, depth charges and various sonobuoys and pyrotechnics.

This example is a Sikorsky Sea King S-61A of 622 Eskadrille Danish Air Force 2005.
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Sea King Denmark 1 by WS-Clave
Sea King Denmark 1
The Sikorsky Sea King is the workhorse of many air forces and navies around the world.  Since it’s introduction in 1961 many have been built under licence in Italy, Japan, and the UK as well the long production run in the USA.

The Sea King was primarily designed for Anti-Submarine Warfare, but several variations have appeared over the years including search-and-rescue, transport, airborne radar, anti-shipping and troop transport.

The Sea King ASW has a crew of four and is armed with torpedoes, depth charges and various sonobuoys and pyrotechnics.

This example is a Sikorsky Sea King S-61A of 622 Eskadrille Danish Air Force 1972.
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S-61 GB British Caledonian by WS-Clave
S-61 GB British Caledonian
The Sikorsky S-61 is a large transport helicopter originally introduced in 1961 as a passenger version of the Sea King.

The S-61L was the non-amphibious version and the S-61N has floats for maritime operations.  The S-61 has been used by several civil and military organisations around the world

The S-61 can carry up to 30 passengers and has two crew as standard.

This example is an S-61N of British Caledonian Helicopters 1983.
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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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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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SomeRandomMinion Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
Any chance of a P-38 Lightning with Confederate States markings?
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WS-Clave Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014
Added to the list.
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