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    Quote Originally Posted by rik. View Post
    Hi there, here's some stuff I do in my spare time, It is made on wood pannels with Saman wood tint. This is my personnal way to support our troops. I work in a clothing at Montreal Garrison/Canada, therefore, military pers have bought a few of my art so far ( sorry for my pitty english skills, first language being french .

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    I like your style...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terabyte View Post
    Thank you for liking my art and style
    Absolutly, I'll post new ones here whenever I have a new one. Im hoping to start working on a new one soon
    Looking forward to it already

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    Douglas HC-54D Skymaster
    Portuguese Air Force



    Corvette Afonso Cerqueira
    NRP F488
    Portuguese Navy


    Painter - Carlos De Vasconcelos Tavares

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    Came across this interesting depiction of an Italian monument during my travels around Rome.
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    Long time lurker, finally decided to join and contribute.
    Here's a drawing I did for a college art class years ago. The equivalent of the M9 counts right?



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    ^ Awesome work all. kayaker, that picture of the monument is fantastic. It reminds me of those carved columns the Ancient Romans used to put up when in place/camp I think to identify themselves as I understand it. I recall reading about Caesar, when his men had reached the Danube put one of those up, and seeing pictures of it, outstanding work.

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    Here's a little chalk drawing I did today, I am interested in identity, and camouflage, so that was the inspiration behind it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny the Penguin View Post
    ^ Awesome work all. kayaker, that picture of the monument is fantastic. It reminds me of those carved columns the Ancient Romans used to put up when in place/camp I think to identify themselves as I understand it. I recall reading about Caesar, when his men had reached the Danube put one of those up, and seeing pictures of it, outstanding work.

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    Here's a little chalk drawing I did today, I am interested in identity, and camouflage, so that was the inspiration behind it.
    I can tell it's a women.
    That's a start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally1967 View Post
    I can tell it's a women.
    That's a start.
    Yes, well it's certainly not some guy with green hair no.

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    1) Blue Sketch
    2) Liberty to die
    3) Gunn3r




    Hope you enjoy!
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    Great drawings Rik. I like your style

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    http://wemakecarpets.wordpress.com/2...2/army-carpet/

    Just looking at this. Is it considered Military Art, in a traditional sense or other? I have not formed an express opinion on it, except that the pattern formation in itself looks pretty cool imo.

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    Im a self published author as well as a writer/contributor at sofrep.com I have a sequel to my first novel coming out this next year and am looking for an artist. Needless to say, this isn't NYT bestseller stuff but covers make a difference. My theme is 'Security Contractors in the Congo' . I know, real original but I had good reviews for my first novel and novella. I'm looking for someone who could create an action oriented scene with a South african/ Rhodesian theme. I made enough off my first book to buy an AR, so I aint tom clancy, yet......Anyone interested in possibly working with me please PM me for my email address or yours and if you have a gallery or anything. http://sofrep.com/author/dan-tharp/

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    Curtiss Hawk 75A4 - Mowhawk 4

    Military Aeronautical Branch (Portuguese Army) Air Base n.? 2, 1943



    Hawker Hurricane MK.IIC

    Military Aeronautical Branch (Portuguese Army) Independent Squadron for the Defence of Lisbon, 1944



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    My latest creation: JTF2. This is made on a pine panel 36inches X 20inches, great for hanging on a wall. While posting this I just noticed that I forgot to add the back wheel of the Blackhawk...(will be corrected.) Pictures comes from OP NANOOK, I modified colors to make them fit in the woods with Arcteryx OD green gear.


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    Nice work all.

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