I have been fascinated by the Belgian cartoonist Hergé
(Georges Remi) especially for his eye for details and his style
resemblance old Japanese drawings. This aircraft drawing is my
homage to Hergés work.
In one of the volumes of the Adventures of Tintin, King Ottokar's
Sceptre (Le Sceptre d'Ottokar) the young Belgian reporter Tintin
and his dog Snowy (Milou), travels to the fictional Balkan nations
of Syldavia and Borduria. Here Tintin combat a plot to overthrow
the monarchy of Syldavia. The aggressive nation Borduria is a
satirical depiction of Nazi Germany and in the first edition,
published in 1939 Tintin manage to escapes Borduria in a Heinkel
He 112(or is it a He 118?), while in the revised version, published
in 1947 this is replaced by a Messerschmitt Bf 109.
aircrafts form Adventures of Tintin would follow!