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March 22, 2014
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Clean lines and solid colors.

I’m not a super patriotic military fanatic or anything, but I have always loved going to Tampa’s annual Airfest. I had gone throughout elementary and middle school and had developed a fascination with drawing WWII era planes. I hadn’t been since childhood and thought it was about time I brought the tradition back into my life. As an adult, I saw these vehicles with a different set of eyes. My love for history is much stronger, so that part of it was more exciting than ever. My appreciation for the aesthetics of military design was on high this day. The logos, graphics and hand painted lettering were super inspiring. Such a fan of the cleanliness of the work. Olive drab and red…that color combo will never get old for me.

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