In early May, I’d posted a build report for Accurate Miniatures’ P-51C “Tuskeegee Airman” kit. As part of the build report, I’d talked about getting to know Tom Myers, who had been the art director for Accurate until he passed away in December. I’d mentioned that it was in Atlanta last year- June in fact- that we’d both met artist James Greene at the IPMS show there. At the show, Tom worked it out with James that he would do the box art for the Tuskeegee airmen box.
The kit has been out for a while now. Now James has made the full artwork available as a print, through his website. The prints look excellent, and show the full artwork as James originally painted it. And at $35, they are a good value, especially being a signed and numbered print.
James said in his email letting me know these were available: “I am now “self-publishing” this print in an edition of 200 Numbered & Signed, using the digital giclee inkjet process. Interested persons may order this and other giclee prints through my website at http://www.jamesgreenfineart.com/.”
James has other nice aviation artwork avaialble, perfect for decorating your work area. Take a look!