September Artwork Reveal

In Military History, Featured

Every month we reveal artwork from three upcoming titles that have just been made available to preorder. This month has something extra special - a sneak peek at a piece of artwork from our upcoming X-Planes series!

Campaign 299: Zama 202 BC by Mir Bahmanyar
Artwork by Peter Dennis

Artwork by Peter Dennis

Our first plate comes from Campaign 299: Zama 202 BC by Mir Bahmanyar. Painted by Peter Dennis, this illustration shows the epic clash between Carthage and Rome that ended the Second Punic War.

To preorder Campaign 299: Zama 202 BC click here.

Men-at-Arms 507: Modern African Wars (5) by Philip Jowett
Artwork by Raffaele Ruggeri

Artwork by Raffaele Ruggeri

Our second plate comes from MAA 507: Modern African Wars (5) by Philip Jowett. The piece of artwork, painted by Raffaele Ruggeri, shows Biafran Forces from 1967. From left to right we have a militiaman, a private in the Biafran army and a militia officer.

To preorder Men-at-Arms 507: Modern African Wars (5) click here.

X-Planes 2: Messerschmitt Me 264 Amerika Bomber by Robert Forsyth
Artwork by Gareth Hector

Artwork by Gareth Hector

The final plate in this month's artwork reveal comes from X-Planes 2: Messerschmitt Me 264 Amerika Bomber, the second book in our new aviation series. Artist Gareth Hector shows the Me 264 over New York, a fictional scene depicting what the Amerika Bomber could have been capable of had the project been continued.

To preorder X-Planes 2: Messerschmitt Me 264 Amerika Bomber click here.

Let us know what you think of these three pieces of artwork in the comments section below.

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C-Bone posted on 12 Jun 2016 06:41:46
Huzzah for New Artwork Day!
Three great pieces, though my favorite is Zama 202 BC.

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