Typhoon Touchdown

Typhoon Touchdown

By the way, the Typhoon was never cleared to carry weapons while painted up in this scheme. The person who commissioned me to paint this asked to see what it would look like with a full weapons load - so here it's carrying AMRAAM and four Paveway laser-guided bombs (just for the record!).

Excellent painting Rob

Great precision and depth of colour, Rob. Lovely work.

Great painting, Rob.

Hang on Studio Wall

A single RAF Typhoon was painted up in the 1940s livery to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Here it's touching down with its brake 'chute almost fully deployed against threatening skies!

About the Artist
Rob Wigham

I am a watercolour painter living and working in the beautiful north of Scotland. Although my painting began with landscape works, I have recently begun painting aircraft, especially with a military theme. I often enjoy placing many of my aircraft in a landscape setting of their own! I am…

View full profile
More by Rob Wigham