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TOPIC: Airfield Review AR155 - June 2017

Airfield Review AR155 - June 2017 28 Jun 2017 09:26 #1

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My copy has just arrived and the content and quality of production is again , first class . The art work in particular is very impressive and although not credited as such I presume it to be the handy-work of either Graham or Paul , or both , with the detail of the Javelin aircraft on page 42 particularly impressive .
The articles are quite good too !
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Airfield Review AR155 - June 2017 28 Jun 2017 15:04 #2

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Thanks David, I think Peter and I draw our own graphics, mine are largely based on archaeological surveys or from original drawings. Some are made up, like the Javelin and the fuel bowser!

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Airfield Review AR155 - June 2017 28 Jun 2017 16:22 #3

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In my case I redraw everything due to the cost of getting a licence to use images from manuals. For the Torpedo article I also wanted to get all the drawings into a standard format. The only problem is that some of the more curvy objects are beyond my drawing skills. I did have a bin full of hand drawn drafts for the moving mirror sight which is the reason it isn't depicted in the article.

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