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    Default #4 Drawing

    This is the missing old drawing from last post (thanks Keith). RCAF aerobatic team 1959- 1964.
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    Will you look at that!! Gorgeous, especially the surfaces textures and colors. You're really a master, gray!

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    Thank you Graham.
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    Great perspective on that wing. It looks like it's coming right out of the image.
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    I'm really glad the Golden Hawks plane is #4 - and the detail you have captured is uncanny - beautiful render ...

    I seem to remember that we've been down this road before. Brockville's waterfront has a Golden Hawks CF-86 Sabre on a pedestal. Brockville's Golden Hawks CF-86 Sabre
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    Thanks again everyone. I'll brush up on my math skills.
    Thanks Keith, I remember you posting before. Their is still a F86 Golden Hawk in Ontario at an air museum. Still in flying condition. Super looking old aircraft. Canadian versions had the more powerful Orenda engine. They set a few speed records including going super sonic in a dive ( Canadian version).

 

 

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