Here's a little history about how my way of drawing evolved and the comic strips I used to read. When I was a teenager, I was a rabid fan of comics such as Buck Danny, Dan Cooper and Tanguy and Laverdure, all of which are comics about jet pilots. So I took a shot of drawing those comics myself, only to find that it was a hell of a lot more difficult than I thought. Still, you can recognize the Fouga Magister, the F-16 Falcon, the F-14 Tomcat and the MiG-15 in the drawings, crude as they were. Dramatic scene of the underside of a Grumman F-14 Tomcat with its afterburners blazing. An air to air battle between a Fouga Magister and a MiG-15 An F-16 using its cannons to bring a Fouga Magister down A very dramatic scene of an F-16 exploding after being hit with a sidewinder missile. Dayum, I said that my drawings were crude but this one is rather impressive. So I fancied myself as being a fighter pilot, but then again, how many more boys in their teens fancy themselves to be piloting such a mean machine. The fact that I have the name "Sandra" on my helmet places this in 1994. Sandra being my first girlfriend. I sometimes revisit my past and draw fighter planes in my current work but a true dedicated comic about jet pilots will probably never become reality. An F-4 Phantom in one of my more recent work.