Below is a list of titles that the artwork of Bob Pearson and Chris
Banyai-Riepl has appeared in. This is by no means the only outlet for
either Bob or Chris, as both have also had illustrations appear on model
kit boxes, magazines, and newsletters worldwide.
Air Force Fighter Colors
By Erik Pilawskii
A ground-breaking work that finally brings Soviet camouflage practices
to light. This is a book that has been in the works for well over a
decade, and the final result is nothing short of spectacular. Chris
Banyai-Riepl's color illustrations and scale line drawings help bring
home the dramatic colors worn by VVS aircraft during the war.
Aviation Squadron Markings
of World War I: RFC, RAF, RNAS
By Les Rogers
A large volume, this book walks you through the interesting world of
British Squadron markings during World War I. The text is fascinating,
and the photos interesting, but the color profiles by Bob Pearson really
show just how colorful the British aircraft could be.
of World War I
By Jack Harris
Bob Pearson strikes again, this time with Pfalz aircraft. The profile
work in this book is some of his best, and does an excellent job of
illustrating the widely varied color applications found on Pfalz aircraft
throughout the First World War.
Warpaint Special #2
By Chris Banyai-Riepl
A comprehensive study of the colors and markings of the Messerschmitt
Bf 109. Chris Banyai-Riepl both wrote and illustrated this title, which
follows the Bf 109 from its prototypes all the way through the the final
Merlin-engined Spanish aircraft that starred in the movie Battle of
Britain. Over 400 illustrations, including unit emblems.
WWI Airmen and their Aircraft
By Alex Revell
This title features some of Bob Pearson's earliest artwork, done before
the computer age. The book covers all the Victoria Cross recipients
from World War One, and Mr. Pearson has done a splendid job of illustrating