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Old 3 March 2007, 06:28 AM   #1
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Hi all

Here's my latest piece (well, it was finished before my Nie.11...):



This depicts Lufbery in combat with an Aviatik C, 27th December 1916.

It's now also available as a print.
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Old 3 March 2007, 07:46 AM   #2
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nice work, jerry!
how big?
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Size: 14x9" (35x22cm)
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On what: my hard-drive

As with all of my work, it's a 3D render that has been heavily reworked digitally in 2D.
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Lufbery's Nie.17

Absolutely lovely artwork! And a nice website too. Love your Nieuports, BF-109's, and Ki-61's. How about doing a Raiden and Ju88G night fighter??
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Both a Raiden and a Ju-88G would be nice to depict - if only I had the free time!
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That is a nice looking Nieuport!
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Jerry- Beautiful work. At the prices you charge, it is tempting to think of wallpapering a room with your prints. They are a real bargain. I especially like Navarre's N.11. Great feeling of depth.

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Size: 14x9" (35x22cm)
Medium: digital
On what: my hard-drive

As with all of my work, it's a 3D render that has been heavily reworked digitally in 2D.
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At the prices you charge, it is tempting to think of wallpapering a room with your prints. They are a real bargain. I especially like Navarre's N.11. Great feeling of depth.
CafePress is great because it allows me to sell inexpensive prints. That said, one day I would prefer to sell limited edition giclees (perhaps even on canvas). My dad has had some of his watercolours printed as giclees and they look amazing - on good paper it's very hard to tell the difference from his original! So, it's always a possibility for me - more expensive to buy of course, but the quality would be much better, and I could sign each one that's sold as a limited edition. I guess it all depends if there's more of a market for it than what I have now with CafePress.
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I guess I should've said that I also create all of the 3D models myself, before they get rendered to an image which then goes through some heavy digital 2D reworking.
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