Recently after a discussion about Mustang fighter planes and Mustang cars, Janice sent me an email containing a copy of a painting she had done of a WW11 P51D Mustang Fighter taking off. Talk about a top painting. Janice used a photo she had taken at Avalon as the model and used a reference book to develop the nose art. I tell you that you have to look really carefully at her painting as the level of accuracy and detail makes most people think they are viewing a photo not a painting. Mesmerizing. Today I saw some more pictures Janice sent me, one of a C47 Dakota in what appears to be Australian WW11 South West Pacific camoflage and markings. The other picture is of a horse Laddie, I was actually expecting a picture of a dog with a name like Laddie. Again both very amazing paintings with amazing degree of detail and accuracy. Janice is certainly very talented and zaphod will have to help her to load them up to the site so everyone can view them. Well Done Janice D-Day
I'm only going to upload them with Janice's permission, which I'm sure she will be happy to give since everyone loves to show off, and in this case, Janice has something very good to show off and be proud of. You are right about the level of detail she goes to, it's so lifelike that you would swear that it is a photograph, not a painting.
My word, the things that happen whilst one is away..."While the cat's away..."! I return to find this great accolade! Thank you very much you guys: How "chuffed" am I?! Of course, zaphod has my "permission" to post the pictures. How could I refuse?