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panzerpete
03-22-2007, 05:54 PM
need pictures of bombmbers

Sherman man
03-22-2007, 05:57 PM
can anyone find some good bomber scenes to draw? Im trying to get a good picture that I can sit down and draw that is not too hard i want to draw something but my mind is blank any thing anyone can find will be greatly appreciated. THANKS!

panzerpete
03-22-2007, 05:59 PM
yeah, need pics for that reason too

GermanSoldier
03-23-2007, 04:18 PM
Here is a picture for you Panzerpete.
http://i14.tinypic.com/2m64ocn.jpg
Here is a picture for you Sherman man.
http://i14.tinypic.com/2nvrw3p.jpg

panzerpete
03-24-2007, 08:55 AM
thanks german soldier.:cool:

GermanSoldier
03-24-2007, 10:52 AM
thanks german soldier.:cool:

you are totally welcome.

GermanSoldier
03-24-2007, 05:24 PM
Luftwaffe Bombers
http://i14.tinypic.com/4gzkr39

panzerpete
03-25-2007, 05:34 PM
r those ju 86's. i think i might be mitaken though

GermanSoldier
03-25-2007, 08:32 PM
r those ju 86's. i think i might be mitaken though

No, those are not Ju 86 bombers.

panzerpete
03-26-2007, 09:53 AM
No, those are not Ju 86 bombers.

i thought i was mistaken

Chevan
03-26-2007, 11:00 AM
No, those are not Ju 86 bombers.

Are you sure ?
Now look to the here
http://www.airpages.ru/cgi-bin/epg.pl?nav=lw60&page=ju86
http://www.airpages.ru/img/lw/ju86.gif
The only one difference - engines.
But this could be one of modification of Ju-86

GermanSoldier
03-26-2007, 01:52 PM
I believe it is a similar design, but it is not the Ju-86.

Librarian
03-26-2007, 03:58 PM
Art always symbolize the creation of a special moment in time, the one that evokes an expressive response in human memories. But portraying an airplane always is easier said than done, because airplane portraying has some ungrateful additional obligations: to suitably dramatize that incredible achievement of human ingenuity, to revoke all those innumerable accomplishments, devotions, hopes and sacrifices developed by human bravery, to concatenate science, technology, human courage and evanescent moments of a audacious personal life.

Considering all previously mentioned, I am wishing you honorable gentlemen a vivid ability to observe, to interpret and to express a real-life, completely historic themes, and a potential to move toward creating a work that will be able to produce powerful but delicate remembrance in our minds as well as humble compliance in our souls.

These snapshots are genuine, and - as far as I know previously unexploited ones. Use them if you like, and if not, just give me some additional descriptive remark about your personal preferences. Im pretty sure that I will be able to find something suitable for you.

http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a137/Langnasen/He111-Nikolayev1941.jpg

He 111 H above the Soviet port of Nikolayev, August 1941

http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a137/Langnasen/BristolBlenheimV1943.jpg

Bristol Blenheim V (also known as Bristol Bisley), location unknown, 1943

I wish you a good luck, and a truly voluminous surplus of inspiration!:D

And yes Mr. Chevan is absolutely right, honorable Mr. GermanSoldier presented airplanes really are Junkers Ju 86 A-1 (42+C26) and Ju 86 D-1. This photo originates from 1937. Please, just follow this link:

http://www.1000aircraftphotos.com/APS/2140L.jpg

However, i have to admit that presented snapshot really is suitably inspiring one.

In the meantime all the best!:)

GermanSoldier
03-26-2007, 08:13 PM
Very nice info and pics Librarian. I have noticed you are a great poster on the forum and put much time into your post. Very good.:)

tom!
03-27-2007, 12:14 PM
Hi.

Ki-32 (Army Type 98) Light Bombers:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftarmy/bomber/jap%20ki-32%20leichte%20bomber.jpg


Ki-51 (Army Type 99 ) Light Bombers (Attack Planes):

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftarmy/bomber/jap%20ki-51.jpg


Ki-48 II (Army Type 99) Light Bomber:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftarmy/bomber/jap%20ki%2048%20II%20lily%20light%20bomber.jpg


Ki-49 (Army Type 100) Heavy Bomber:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftarmy/bomber/nakajima%20type%20100%20bomber%20DONRYU.jpg

Yours

tom!

panzerpete
03-27-2007, 02:18 PM
GOOD PICTURES tom!!!!:cool: :cool:

tom!
03-28-2007, 12:16 PM
Hi.

D3A2 (Navy Type 99) Carrier Dive Bombers:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftnavy/bomber/jap%20D3A2%20traegersturzbomber%20staffel.jpg


B5N (Navy Type 97) Carrier Attack Bomber:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftnavy/bomber/nakajima%20type%2097%20carrier%20bomber.jpg


G3M (Navy Type 96) (Land-Based) Attack Bombers:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftnavy/bomber/jap%20g3m.jpg


G4M (Navy Type 1) (Land-Based) Attack Bombers:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/japluftnavy/bomber/jap%20G4M1%20betty%202mot%20bomber.jpg

Yours

tom!

tom!
03-28-2007, 12:32 PM
Hi.

British Blackburn "Skua" Dive Bombers:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/gbstuka/skuaformation.jpg


US Curtiss SBC "Helldiver" Dive Bomber:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/usstuka/sbc%20helldiver%20I%202.jpg


German Junkers Ju 87 D-2 "Stuka" Dive Bombers:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/gerstuka/Ju87D-2.jpg


and not a bomber but based on a bomber:
German Junkers Ju 88 G-1 Night Fighter:

http://www.ww2technik.de/Bilderchen/gerstuka/Ju88G1-2.jpg

Yours

tom!

panzerpete
03-28-2007, 07:39 PM
good set of pictures tom.