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Last Modified On February 24, 2017
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Profile Reduxes

Douglas C-46/DC-3

Alenia C-27 Spartan

General Dynamics F-111E

MD F-101B/F

Avro Canada C-102

CF-100 Canuck

(This list will grow daily as
I continue to redo the
images that show as
'Down For Maintenance'
or don't show a link to the
I am currently in the process of re-drawing all of my first generation aircraft... the ones that didn't quite look right. You will see my re-drawn designs to the left under the heading 'PROFILE REDUX'S'.  'NEW IMAGES' are where you can find newly drawn profiles for already existing sets. 'NEW AIRCRAFT DESIGNS' are brand-new-off-the-drawing-table designs & profiles!

Please bookmark the new URL at: www.karlsaircraftart.com

New Profile Reduxes are now available to view. You could view these images on my Facebook page about two weeks ago, but you can view the much larger scale here!  Enjoy!

A special thanks goes out to one of my fans, Jacob, for giving me a heads up on a few dead links. Some of the images weren't loaded resulting in the bad links. Thanks Jacob!

C-17 Globemaster III (coming soon). I always wanted to draw... and now I finally got around to do it.

Welcome to the new website. Every year-or-so, I take a look at this site, and always think, 'this could be better' Well, I believe it now is.  We'll see how long this one lasts! We also created an official Facebook page for the site, located here.

Here is the amazing (tongue-in-cheek) story of the Canadair CL-52 (Boeing B-47) Stratojet... Canada's only jet bomber.

Thanks to an old friend, Kevin Donaldson, for going over the site to find broken/dead links. It's much appreciated, Kevin.

Special thanks to Fred Cox and his DC-8 Jet Collection page for inspiring me to draw the DC-8 Series.

Special thanks goes out to Mark for bringing to my attention the 'cans' on the F-101B & F (Voodoo) models differing from the 'A' model. Thanks again, Mark!

Here are three versions of the EF-2000 Typhoon, made by Eurofighter (Alenia Aermacchi, Airbus Group and BAE Systems). The images below, and whats loaded on the site, are "What-If" versions. What If Canada, The U.S. and Greece purchased them for their inventory? What do you think?
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