World War 2 Planes
Hawker Hurricane Pencil Sketch
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If you are interested in world war 2 planes, showcased here as aircraft art, then we think that you have come to the right place.
This section features many British world war ii planes, in a few, but nevertheless, distinct artistic styles of digital art.
For example: The
Spitfire fighter plane,
seen here, in a superb, iconic, pencil sketch.
Catch also, right here, as a dazzling ink sketch, the
Look here! The
come into view, showcased in a breathtaking watercolor image.
And finally, from the Spitfire portfolio, the
seen here in a brilliant oils effect image.
Also playing its part, the
de Havilland Mosquito
profiled here in a dramatic pencil sketch image, and also in an ink sketch.
But the Spitfire is not the only aircraft to be featured in world war 2 planes, we have the
in yet another breahtaking pencil sketch image.
We have even more Hurricane images to show you.
If you want to see it in a great watercolor effect image then catch it here, under
Hawker Hurricane fighter.
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The final Hurricane images, because there's not one but two, are to be found right here, under
Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft.
There are yet more war fighter planes to be seen.
in a wonderful pencil sketch interpretation and another image of the aircraft in oils.
Not to be out done by any of the above, catch the
pencil sketch right here!
See this fine old aircraft in a stunning watercolor, next!
These war fighter planes engaged in not just one to one combat, but also fulfilled other roles, such as bomber escort.
If it is WWii bombers that are of interest, then take a peek at the majestic
Avro Lancaster Bomber
Definitly not to be missed is the
seen here, in not only one, but two pieces of artwork, a pencil sketch of the craft and a watercolor effect image.
Towards the end of the war, there emerged an aircraft, that heralded the arrival of the jet fighter age, the
seen here in a rivetting pencil sketch.
All these aircraft played their part to ensure that there was to be no highway in the sky for any airborne aggressors for the remainder of the war.