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Boeing F 18C by SmellsLikeBeer Boeing F 18C by SmellsLikeBeer
After few beers I decided to do some experiments. The result is this Boeing F 18C Super Hornet. The thing is that I didn't use any ink this time, and if you browse my gallery you can see that I use ink always. So this is like "a new thing", also because most of my works are totally or almost black and white, but this is totally colored. Blah blah blah just look at it and then say "Looks like crap to me".

It took only one hour to paint this. It takes usually a couple of days to draw something, so this one is more of a "speed painting" or something, nevermind.

Anyway, this was just an experiment like I said so I really don't care if you don't like it.
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:iconpilotmarkiplier:
Boeing 747-400 vs. RD :D
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:iconmlka9:
mlka9 Apr 1, 2013
me:waves to rainbow dash
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:iconian1231100:
... then the Blackbird kicks in :)
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:iconpancakeminezz:
pancakeminezz Oct 18, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
yeah and this is where lock on missles come in handy.
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:iconthelastlonewolf:
thelastlonewolf Sep 1, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
pretty well done :)
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:iconeamr262:
Well, it looks more like a Yak-130... Jesus I'm such a nerd :D

Still, awesome piece!
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AbraxasEthon May 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
just awesome!
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:iconfireandchutes77:
Actually, there are two-seater F-18s; you just got the designation letter off.

From Wikipedia:

The F/A-18C is the single-seat variant and the F/A-18D is the two-seat variant. The D-model can be configured for training or as an all-weather strike craft. The "missionized" D model's rear seat is configured for a Marine Corps Naval Flight Officer who functions as a Weapons and Sensors Officer to assist in operating the weapons systems. The F/A-18D is primarily operated by the U.S. Marine Corps in the night attack and FAC(A) (Forward Air Controller (Airborne)) roles.

If :iconlegoman2852: 's scene is accurate, it's likely Redcom was doing reconnaissance... which would be the most likely situation to run into an Unidentified Flying Pony.
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:iconbrongaar:
Acually Identifying the aircraft as a Super Hornet, it would be a F/A-18F, aside from LEX details being off, it is a good piece.. great story.
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