Some nice military artwork by Gleb Vasilyev.
Battle over Yassati, May, 1944
Nice pictures. Love them. Well done, to the artist.
Really nice. BTW, it’s “P-51D” not “R-510″ Mustang.
Historical accuracy and factual information have never really been a strong-point of ER.
The Spitfire can’t be a mk IV, the canopy is not part of the fusalage. more likely it is a late war/after war mk.
Excellent stuff !
In the 3rd shot, he shows an ME262 Swallow downing a B17. The ME262 had EXTERNAL Junkers JUMO engines mounted UNDER the wing. In #11, the attack aircraft seems to be artistically enhanced; a twin engined Sturmovik.
The third shot is not an ME262, it actually shows a Heinkel P1079. This aircraft, intended to be a nightfighter, was never built; the war ended too soon.
More like a blend. V tail and wing root air intakes of the HE P1079A with ME262 nose & canopy
Great work Vasilyev.
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