Looking out from Point du Hoc to Utah Beach in Normandy, France. It’s hard to believe that this picture perfect landscape was ground zero for one of the bloodiest invasions in American history, D-day.🇺🇸🇫🇷 #lestweforget
The lookout onto the bay from Mt Adelaide. This afternoon at the National ANZAC day Centre was extremely moving for me. To think my great uncles who were tied to this land gave up everything to fight in the Great War ever to return. This bay was the last view of their home and being Aboriginal loosing their life away from country meant the biggest sacrifice of all. #honour#heavyheart#lestweforget
Blessed bird now starting to look like the distinguished A.V. Roe Lancaster bomber.
Going to resketch the panel lines using a 4B graphite pencil then smudge with a cotton bud, as some of the initial recess detail was lost following the application of Humbrol acrylic No.30 Dark Green matt.
The next will be a little tricky, as I'll be taping up areas around the sides of the bomber in preparation for painting the aeroplanes underbelly with Humbrol No.33 Matt Black, then lightly drybrushing with a black and dark grey mix.