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Moffett's Ghost

‘Moffett's Ghost’

Airwolf painting by Roger Shore.

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  • European A2 size (420mm x 594mm) 16.5” x 23.4”
  • Printed on high quality 170gsm Artpaper.
  • White border to allow for framing purposes.
  • Individually printed to order.
  • Shipped in top-quality double Postal Tubes.
  • Price includes shipping, packaging and tracking.

Dr Moffet is seen here hovering over the earth as his ghostly presence is felt throughout the creepy Tom Cook-penned episode even though Hawke despatched him to hell the year before. The Airwolf shot here is an actual real image as opposed to the model used for the composite matte shot in the actual episode; easily spotted because of the lack of any detail on the r/c model. I felt the detail was required for the Lady to work in context at 80,000ft. I made it more dominant as part of the Earth shot than it was in the original episode since I was going to allow the detail to show.

I also made the Earth central to the painting as it’s such an iconic image of Airwolf hovering up in the stratosphere after their rollercoaster ride away from the USAF jets. Note the digital read-out of the ceiling reference at the bottom with the faded image of the frozen Hawke after activating the "Purge' control" to freeze Moffet out! I’ve learned from these paintings that less can be definitely more. In an earlier version of this painting from 2007 I had Archangel & Marella in the painting too but the core relationship between Dr Hansen, Hawke and Dom is what makes this episode work.

Moffet was actually on a computer screen in the episode but sadly images from that day shoot with the late actor, David Hemmings didn’t exist so it was a hard job to undistort Moffet for the final image.

Dom's engineering console's Engage / Disengage buttons had to go in as well, central to the “logic bomb” plot-line and the visual for memorable and spooky synthesized ‘ghost’ sound (Mark informed me it was from a Roland Jupiter 8) as technology was central to the episode with the implication that Airwolf was more than just an aircraft but also a very sophisticated, state-of-the-art computer system capable of independent action through its programming.

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Airwolf Posters and Paintings by Roger Shore are now available to buy from the links above. No infringement is implied or intended. AIRWOLF™ is a Trademark of, and licensed to NBC Universal Television Studios © 1984

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AIRWOLF™ is a Trademark of, and licensed to NBC Universal Television Studios © 1984. All images and multi-media content of this website are Copyright Mark J.Cairns © 2014. Under NO circumstances must any images or digital content be used from it on any other websites or media without the express written consent of the Copyright / Intellectual Property owner. All MP3 theme tune files remain the Copyright of Mark J.Cairns, Sylvester Levay and Jan Michal Szulew © 1999 / 2014. The Airwolf Themes soundtrack is the officially licensed score based on the original CBS episodes of the Airwolf TV series. The Replica Helmet is Copyright Steven. W. Stull © 2007 and is only marketed and promoted in good faith on his behalf within this website, but neither Mark J.Cairns nor anyone on the project team receive any benefit whatsoever whether fiscal or otherwise thus any and all communication must go directly to Steven W. Stull.