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Japanese Pilot Autographed Print

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    Hey, guys!

    I don't know where this should go - and it's my first posting here.

    I almost never get my work autographed anymore, but I had the opportunity to have a 'Zero' vet from the CVL 'Junyo' sign a few pieces and thus I threw this work together in a hurry.

    I hope the rush doesn't show!

    - Ron

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    Quote by ColesAircraft View Post
    Hey, guys!

    I don't know where this should go - and it's my first posting here.

    I almost never get my work autographed anymore, but I had the opportunity to have a 'Zero' vet from the CVL 'Junyo' sign a few pieces and thus I threw this work together in a hurry.

    I hope the rush doesn't show!

    - Ron

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    Hi Ron, welcome to the forum. What do you do, colorize WW2 and other photos? It looks great, nice work if so.

    Where did you meet the Japanese pilot, one of the airshows about the country? Is that him in the the Zero you show?

    Regards, Steve

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    Thanks, Steve!

    This is my painting. I do this aviation art stuff full-time these days after having had an architectural rendering business.

    This is a lot more fun!

    I was able to have some of these signed for me in Japan - sad to say, I haven't met the gentleman.

    -Ron

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    Quote by ColesAircraft View Post
    Thanks, Steve!

    This is my painting. I do this aviation art stuff full-time these days after having had an architectural rendering business.

    This is a lot more fun!

    I was able to have some of these signed for me in Japan - sad to say, I haven't met the gentleman.

    -Ron
    Hi Ron, hope the holidays were good to you. Very good job. I bet you do not mind going to work everyday, especially if you can work from your home in your pajamas!

    Regards, Steve

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