The painting of the Mew Gull was done while attending The Big Draw that was held at RAF Museum, Hendon last week, where kids on school break are invited to come to the Museum and draw and paint.
Wednesday, 3 November 2010
Monday, 1 November 2010
Monday, 17 May 2010
Oil on 60cm x 40cm canvas. Frame size 72cm x 52cm.
Two Hawker Typhoon IBs of No 3 Squadron RAF (circa 1943) fly in fanciful formation with a Eurofighter Typhoon, also of No 3 Sqadron, of today.
The motto of No 3 Sqadron - the first RAF Squadron to be established - is "Tertius Primus Erit" ("The Third Shall be First").
Oil on 60cm x 40cm canvas. Framed size 72cm x 52cm.
Panavia Tornado F.3 of No.5 Squadron RAF flies in fanciful formation with a prototype Hawker Tornado powered by a 1,706HP Rolls Royce Vulture II engine. Although several prototypes were built, trouble with the Vulture engine resulted in the Tornado giving way to the Hawker Typhoon.