Oil on canvas panel

The Curtis P-40, one of the most beautiful plane designs of the Second World War. It wasnt the fastest or most nimble of fighter planes but I have always loved the lines of this baby. The American Volunteer Group in China did an incredible job with this workhorse.

As you can see I added blue to the limited “Zorn” palette I’ve been using. Just gotta have blue for painting certain skies. I’ve decided to use Thalo Blue for a while. This is a very potent blue. A little dab will definitely do ya.

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One Response to ““P-40””

  1. Very cool Jim I really like the colors

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