About

I was born and raised in the Midwest and always had a love of flight.  After attending college I served in the United States Air Force as a Security Specialist and later served the community as a police officer.

The heritage of aviation has always been an inspiration.  I had drawn and painted for many years and later became a self-taught digital artist.  I’m very happy to be able  to turn my love of flight into artwork for all to enjoy and appreciate.

I’m very glad you chose to spend your time with me here.  I’m always working on creating something new to display.  My reason for this blog is to explain a bit about the process of creating my artwork and to perhaps encourage others who are interested in pursuing their dream of being creative as well.   I’ll always write about each of the planes I choose as subjects for my art since not always are their histories well known.  I may also pepper the conversation with a few opinions about baseball, you never know.

I hope you enjoy your walk-around and, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me via email.  Thanks so much for your time.

 

“Happy trails!”

~John

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi John,
    Really like what I see. I am a plastic modeler and I am looking to scratch build a 1/32 model of the XB-51 and I am finding It’ very hard to find detailed info on this aircraft, especially the cockpit layout. Anyway I could get in touch with you?
    Regards,
    Mike

    1. Hi Mike. Nice to hear from you, thanks for taking a look around, and thanks for your kind comment. I’ll be happy to give you whatever help I can on your model. I’ll email you.

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