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MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (4/23/2015 10:43:30 AM)

RAF Vampire F.3:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Vampire%20F.3%20side.png[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (4/25/2015 4:16:30 PM)

NAA P-82B:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/NAA%20P-82B%20side.png[/image]




DOCUP -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (4/26/2015 3:07:54 AM)

Nice work.




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (4/26/2015 10:39:30 PM)

RAF Meteor F.1:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/RAF%20Meteor%20F.1%20side.png[/image]

RAF Meteor F.3:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/MeteorF.3_1.png[/image]

Both are included in the attached archive and as a bonus, I am also working on an RAAF Meteor, just for kicks!




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (4/27/2015 9:21:05 PM)

RAAF Meteor F.3:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/RAAFMeteorF3.png[/image]

RAAF Meteor F.3 (NMF):

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/RAAFNMFMeteorF3side.png[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (4/30/2015 10:33:22 AM)

Vickers Wellsley Mk.1:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/VickersWellsleyMk1side.png[/image]

(This preview image was saved before the final edits were completed and the completed image used was even better!)




traskott -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (4/30/2015 10:42:50 AM)

One of my favourite planes!!! Thanks!! [8D]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (5/3/2015 6:40:48 PM)

Boulton Paul Defiant Mk.1:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/BP%20Defiant%20Mk1side.png[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (5/5/2015 1:26:27 PM)

Fiat Br.20 Cicogna, called the I-type by the Japanese and code named "Ruth" by the Allies. Japan took delivery of appox. 82 aircraft beginning in 2/38:

original scheme:
[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Fiat%20Br%2020%20side%202.png[/image]

additional scheme:
[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Fiat%20Br%2020%20side%201.png[/image]

Both versions are included in the .zip




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (5/9/2015 11:57:46 PM)

Next up, Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Kawasaki%20Ki-10%20side.png[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (5/11/2015 5:05:50 PM)

Martin Maryland Mk.1:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Martin%20Maryland%20side.png[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (5/25/2015 10:48:59 AM)

Visual upgrade of the Grumman P-50 Skyrocket:

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Grumman%20P-50%20Skyrocket.png[/image]





MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/10/2015 3:10:09 AM)

Kawasaki Ki-28 "Bob"

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Kawasaki%20Ki-28%20Bob%20side.png[/image]




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/10/2015 3:11:36 AM)

Bristol Bombay

[image]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v363/Madmanrick/Bristol%20Bombay%20side.png[/image]




DOCUP -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/21/2015 2:20:10 AM)

Still taking requests? If you are what about a Dewoitine 520 and a P38E with French markings.




MadmanRick -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/25/2015 1:29:26 AM)

Sure I am taking requests. I will work on locating some drawings and both of those should be easy. I'll have them to you soon. Take care,

Rick




RyanCrierie -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (12/30/2017 6:18:24 PM)

Boeing C-75 Stratoliner.

They were impressed into service, etc etc.

This is a new type of "planecard" I've developed to use with an automated art packer/dumper program that I'll eventually develop.




RyanCrierie -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (12/30/2017 6:20:23 PM)

Manchester Mk I.




RyanCrierie -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (12/30/2017 6:20:40 PM)

Wellesley




el cid again -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (12/31/2017 6:50:01 AM)

In case anyone wants a B-36 WITHOUT jets - the kind 100 of were ordered for late WWII use -
I have art drawn by Mifune. It is part of the RHS Installer package. Or send me an email address
for just the top, side and alpha. These were modified from photographs of test aircraft. They
correspond to the earliest practical operational B-36 - I think it is B-36B.


quote:

ORIGINAL: RyanCrierie

quote:

ORIGINAL: TR Shrum

Thank you.  I've drawn several aircraft using Illustrator, but mine look too "technical".  You and others do a much better "artistic" rendering.


Well, to be truthfully honest, I don't draw these; I find clear enough side and top views -- in a lot of cases, for very obscure aircraft like the TB2D, that involves using US Government drawings from the SACs/ACPs, clean them up and then start working with color, and shading.

By the way, what aircraft have you drawn in illustrator?





Capt Henry_MatrixForum -> Art Request (2/24/2018 11:19:58 PM)

Does anyone have art for the Gloster Gladiator? I've spent some time looking for it without success.




DOCUP -> RE: Art Request (2/24/2018 11:37:52 PM)

Capt Henry: Try Dali's great mods. I know Denmark and Norway has it in it. Art is in slot #33 and #34.

This link is for his War in the West mod. I think it is in it also.
http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=2989233




Capt Henry_MatrixForum -> RE: Art Request (2/25/2018 4:21:25 PM)

Thanks for the help. I'll look into it.

CH




Dali101 -> RE: Art Request (2/26/2018 8:06:15 AM)

In today's version of WitM is the same Gladiator.
Gladiator I drew myself and I think the TOP view was pretty good.

If there was enough time to draw everything ...




el cid again -> RE: Art Request (2/27/2018 4:36:34 AM)

RHS has one in China Air Force colors if you want it. Slot 581.


quote:

ORIGINAL: Capt Henry

Does anyone have art for the Gloster Gladiator? I've spent some time looking for it without success.





el cid again -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (2/27/2018 4:46:35 AM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: MadmanRick

Sure I am taking requests. I will work on locating some drawings and both of those should be easy. I'll have them to you soon. Take care,

Rick


How about a Ki-97 Transport? This aircraft has a different fuselage than the bomber (that is,
the Ki-61 bomber), but the same wings and tail.
It looks like a classic transport with the rounded forward section's upper portion entirely glass.





RyanCrierie -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/3/2018 11:32:17 PM)

Ki 34 (L1N1) THORA transport.

Nakajima acquired from Douglas Aircraft in the USA licence-construction rights for the DC-2 civil transport. In 1935 a smaller twin-engine light transport, based on the configuration of the DC-2, was designed by Nakajima under the designation AT-1; this was not built, but redesign resulted in an improved AT-2 with two 433kW Nakajima Kotobuki 2-1 radial engines, and this was flown in prototype form on 12 September 1936. Extensive tests were followed by an order for 32 production AT-2s to equip Greater Japan Airlines and Manchurian Airlines, and in early 1937 the type was adopted also by the Imperial Japanese Army under the designation Army Type 97 Transport (Nakajima Ki-34). Production of these three crew/eight passenger military transports totalled 318, 19 being built by Nakajima and 299 by Tachikawa. Some of this total were transferred by the army for navy use, and were redesignated Navy Type AT-2 Transport (Nakajima L1N1). Both civil and military versions were allocated the Allied codename 'Thora', and were in use throughout the Pacific war.




RyanCrierie -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/4/2018 12:14:52 AM)


quote:

How about a Ki-97 Transport? This aircraft has a different fuselage than the bomber (that is,
the Ki-61 bomber), but the same wings and tail.

It looks like a classic transport with the rounded forward section's upper portion entirely glass.


There's a partial one in Silver Wings, but here's one with totally redone everything.




NormS3 -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/26/2018 2:18:04 AM)

Still one of my favorite threads. Thanks to all of you for sharing your creativity!




Lovejoy -> RE: Shep's Graphical Artwork (Planes, Ships, etc) (6/29/2019 3:17:03 AM)

I'm doing some modding and I love that I can give some of the French air groups their own art. Thank you so much for making your work available to the forum at large!

I know it's been a long time since the offer was made, but if either of you are still taking requests:

Dutch F6F and TBF/TBM Avenger (I'm hoping to give the Dutch some air groups and a CVL)

Canadian F6F and TBF/TBM Avenger







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