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    Artist Wayne has been getting back into his car art! First up is a wonderful oil painting of Allan Moffat’s Phase 3 race falcon, then some computer generated car art!!
    The Ford XY Falcon GT is an Australian built muscle car based on the Ford XY Falcon. Released in 1970 with the GTHO Phase III released in 1971. 1,557 units were produced from September 1970 to December 1971 with 300 GTHO Phase III’s produced from May 1971 to November 1971. It was the third in the initial series of Ford Falcon GT muscle cars.

    The GTHO Phase III was Australia’s fastest 4 door production car for almost a decade. With the rev limiter disabled it was capable of 250 km/h (155 mph) and would pull 7,000+ rpm in 4th gear. The rev limiter was set to 6,150 rpm.

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  • Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Construction.

    Wayne’s video on how he built his mighty Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Guillow’s kit.Sheeted in balsa and painted to look like a warbird that has seen plenty of action!!

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  • James Lawrence Houssemayne du Boulay 9/3/1919 – 7/12/2011 

    Jim had a wonderful life. He was 92 years young! and was always smiling, always laughing and he had a great sense of humour. Jim is survived by his wife and four children.
    We bid farewell to a true gentleman and Digger.

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  • Outback Adventure! – Richmond

    Wayne and Jacqui dig for dinosaurs in Richmond!
    Richmond is a town in western Queensland, Australia. The town is located on the Flinders Highway, 498 km west of Townsville and 406 km east of Mount Isa. Traditionally, the two biggest industries in Richmond are sheep- and cattle-farming, however tourism is an increasingly important aspect of the local economy. In addition to being a major transit stop on the Flinders Highway, recent paleontological discoveries have unearthed the fossils of prehistoric marine creatures, some of which are on display in Richmond…none of which were found by Wayne!!

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  • 12th Light Horse Training

    Artist Wayne ventured over to Blandford to visit the 12th Light Horse Troop of Murrurundi as they trained over the weekend. There was plenty of action and lots of fun for all.

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  • Outback Adventure! – Hughenden.

    Artist Wayne and Jacqui left beautiful Carisbrooke Station and headed over to the lovely town of Hughenden.
    Hughenden is a town in Queensland, Australia situated on the banks of the Flinders River and is located on the Flinders Highway, 376 kilometres west of Townsville and 1,400 kilometres north-west of Brisbane, the state capital. The region around Hughenden is a major centre for the grazing of sheep and cattle. The main feed is annual grasses known as Flinders grass, which grow rapidly on the fertile grey or brown cracking clay soils after rain between November and March.

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  • Portrait of “Poppa Dezius”

    Wayne painted a portrait of World War 2 “Digger” Francis Noel Dezius. Francis served in the 55/53 Infantry Battalion in Rabaul. The painting was a gift to Wayne’s good Mate Dean who was the proud grandson of Francis.

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  • How to paint an Eagle

    Artist Wayne shows how he paints a beautiful Sea Eagle snatching its prey from the water!

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  • “Big John” Portrait – WW2 Digger.

    Artist Wayne has completed a portrait for Margaret of her late husband John.
    “Big John” as he was known, was an Australian “Digger’ during WW2 in the Pacific.

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