This drawing was my introduction to the RAF museum in Cosford. The famous 'Haunted Bomber' is often discribed loosely as a Lancaster, but is actually a development of that famous plane. Called a Lincoln, it was designed for a protracted long range war against Japan that never happened. However it was used as part of the post war British dealings with unrest in the Empire, and was used as a 'big stick' in the almost forgotten Kenyan 'Mau Mau' rebelion in the 1950's. I see parallels as today's air superiority weapons are actually used against quite low tech targets.Purchased for the RAF museum archive.
Often looking through sketching and observation, and the recording of a 3D world with 2D materials. I enjoy both the spectacle and the politics, such as 'St. Pauls Cathederal', and the two Cold War bombers 'Mau Mau' and prize winning 'Boy Toy'.