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Buffalo Wings by sevoohypred Buffalo Wings by sevoohypred
Finally finished this after getting distracted by the new episodes and brushes and such. The finished version of my late submission for day 3 draw a pony with a prop. I chose a Brewster F2A Buffalo of no particular model or spec, although the paint scheme is based on the early US Navy ones. So Scootaloo finally gets to fly props to her! The WIP is in my scraps and a slightly further along version can be found on my tumblr .
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:iconcaptainpearlshipping:
You still active, and can you take a request?
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sevoohypred Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A bit late, but depends what did you have in mind?
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:iconcaptainpearlshipping:
Basically this, but with an F4F Wildcat. :P
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sevoohypred Aug 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm..will consider. What paint scheme? (might try a more interesting angle too ;))
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:iconcaptainpearlshipping:
I always liked the gull gray, or the tri-Blue schemes. If you want I can pull up example pics.
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sevoohypred Aug 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'd probably do a more interesting angle but would it still have the scheme but blank or would it still have the US roundels?
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:iconcaptainpearlshipping:
I don't really care, I kinda am partial to the roundels, the late 1942 style to be exact.
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sevoohypred Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Okay, But that's just the white stars in blue style isn't it?
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:iconbaronblood1964:
Good courage dear! The Brewster Buffalo was the worth allied fighter of the begining of the WWII!
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sevoohypred Aug 30, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Indeed! Compared to the early war aircraft it's actually not to bad of a little fighter. 
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