Me109  @ YAM by Woodie
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This is to show the relevant size of a Me109 and a Halifax 4 engined heavy bomber of WW2.This is the only example of a Halifax, except for a wreck from a fjord at Hendon RAF Museum, London. This full scale Halifax was built from scratch at Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington,near York.
This ME109 has the original Daimler- Benz DB605AM engine. Most of the ones flying today have RR Merlin engines and are from the Spanish air force.
German Me109 has exhaust low down on nose as seen here. Later Spanish 109 have the exhaust the same place as a Spitfire.
Me109’s wingspan 32.5feet, (10 metres). Length 30feet (9 metres)
Halifax wingspan 100feet and length 70feet

My main interest is painting Aviation Art.
I get a lot of enjoyment researching the historical background behind the picture I’ve been commissioned to paint.
I work in acrylic on my big paintings on canvas board but use water colors, pastels, soft and oil, for smaller pieces.
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  • Richard Hamilton-Veal
    Richard Hamilt...about 6 years ago

    I was lucky to see one on the airfield at Westlands, Yeovil, a few years ago. I believe it was being used in a film called ‘Land Girls’. It was the last flying ME109, and had actually seen combat. It was surprising how small they were, and a couple of years later, it crashed.

  • This ME109 has the original Daimler- Benz DB605AM engine. The ones flying today have RR Merlin engines and are from the Spanish air force.
    Wingspan 32.5ft, (9.92metres). Length 30ft (9 metres)
    Halifax wingspan 100ft and length 70ft

    – Woodie

  • robmac
    robmacabout 6 years ago

    small aircraft but with a sting

  • See measurements above. Cheers

    – Woodie

  • Craig Forhan
    Craig Forhanabout 6 years ago

    I remember seeing a Me109 at an air show as a kid and thinking it was a scale mock-up. Those things are little.

  • I’ve added some interesting measurements above Craig!

    – Woodie

  • Xadrik
    Xadrikabout 6 years ago

    Cool.

  • Added some cool facts and figures above!!!

    – Woodie

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerabout 6 years ago

    Nice Image Neil.

  • Hi Ted, Added some more info in write up.

    – Woodie

  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...about 6 years ago

    Great image Neil !

  • Thanks Mate!!!

    – Woodie

  • StephenElvidge
    StephenElvidgealmost 5 years ago

    I want to see a 262 flying!! thinbk some bods in Texas were rebuilding some?
    The 109 that crashed that was mentioned ealier was the black ace?
    What ever happened to the spanish aircraft that were used for the filming of the Battle of Brittain film??

  • Yes it would be great to see a Me262 flying again. Though it would be pretty dangerous plane to fly.
    I should imagine the spanish ones were scrapped like all the rest. There is still a few flying.
    Cheers Neil

    – Woodie

  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Darabout 4 years ago

    wonderful work

  • Thanks Bobby

    – Woodie

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerabout 2 years ago

    Excellent Neil. – Ted

  • Thanks Ted, Interesting comparison ‘tween length of Me109 and Halifax’s wing. Cheers

    – Woodie

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