Works created from my time with 3PPCLI as part of The Canadian Forces Artist Project.

6th August 2014

Photoset

Twinned, waiting.

Camp Dubbs/RMTC, Kabul
Camp Alamo, Kabul
KMTC, Kabul
CFB Edmonton (x2)
CFB Suffield

Tagged: SoldiersANACanadian InfantryAfghanistanTwinswar photographyjump school

23rd July 2014

Photo reblogged from The (Commando) Cats of July: Scott Waters with 39 notes

Canadian Grunt, 2011, cross-posted from my drawing blog.
(Crotch shot courtesy Photoshop’s Content-aware delete function)

Canadian Grunt, 2011, cross-posted from my drawing blog.

(Crotch shot courtesy Photoshop’s Content-aware delete function)

Tagged: PPCLIinfantryCanadian Army

16th July 2014

Link reblogged from Welcome Fuckers with 9 notes

http://rotozero.tumblr.com/post/91950609948/desmondsimon-rotozero-desmondsimon-hey →

desmondsimon:

rotozero:

desmondsimon:

rotozero:

desmondsimon:

rotozero:

desmondsimon:

Hey rotozero , I had a Warrant Officer who use to be in the 3PPCLI he is now going into 2PPCLI as Sergeant Major.

Oh yeah, who’s the WO?
I used to be 3PPCLI (long ago). Are you 3VP?

Chuck cote? Know him?

I do indeed! He was my point of…

Also another guy, recently retired sergeant. Robert Taillon

Nope, don’t know him.
Here’s a couple of old guys you might know: Rich Davey (CSM), Joel “pipes” Turnbull (WO… I think), Neil Connors (WO), Ray McGregor (CSM), Trevor Avey (WO)

No, don’t know any of them. I’m not part of the PPCLI, I went to RMC for a year apart of the ALOY program and WO Cote was the CO for the program. Going ncm for combat engineer, might transfer to infantry if possible. So I’m just a young pte. 

Sounds like pretty exciting times coming up. Chuck is def. a good example of hard-nosed an awesome. You’ll find plenty of those types around.

Hey, if you wanna read a pretty great graphic novel about being a combat engineer and war artist, check out David Collier’s Chimo.

Good luck with all the shit that’s coming your way!

28th June 2014

Photoset reblogged from blog title with 232 notes

whiskey-21:

rotozero:

Some shots from CFB Suffield. If you don’t like trees, Suffield is the place for you.

are those blue things inert warheads?

Yeah, training rounds filled with cement. Propulsion charge only.

Source: rotozero

14th June 2014

Photo reblogged from The (Commando) Cats of July: Scott Waters with 21 notes

catsofjuly:

Quick arty study for a WW1 illustration gig.

From my other blog:

catsofjuly:

Quick arty study for a WW1 illustration gig.

From my other blog:

4th June 2014

Photo reblogged from The (Commando) Cats of July: Scott Waters with 17 notes

The coin I designed for The Royal Canadian Mint became official today.
http://www.mint.ca/store/coin/coin-prod2000014#.U4-Rel5qNcY
Pretty exciting stuff I’d say.

The coin I designed for The Royal Canadian Mint became official today.

http://www.mint.ca/store/coin/coin-prod2000014#.U4-Rel5qNcY

Pretty exciting stuff I’d say.

5th May 2014

Photoset with 232 notes

Some shots from CFB Suffield. If you don’t like trees, Suffield is the place for you.

Tagged: PPCLICanadian ArmyinfantryCanadian Forces Artist Programcfb suffieldwar photography

21st March 2014

Photoset with 6 notes

Installation shots from “The Keeper of Nothingness”, my show at The Vernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon BC

Tagged: CFAPwar artpaintingscott waters

12th March 2014

Photoset with 12 notes

Here it is, the end of Canada’s participation in the Afghan War (this particular Afghan War). Here then, one of the first (2007) and last (2014) paintings that I did as part of The Canadian Forces Artist program.

Tagged: Canadian Armyisafafghanistanwar artCanadian Forces Artist programScott Waters

4th March 2014

Photo reblogged from The (Commando) Cats of July: Scott Waters with 1 note

catsofjuly:

The invites for my show at The Vernon Public Art Gallery came in the mail today. If you live in the Okanagan, or might be passing through, pop on in. 

http://www.vernonpublicartgallery.com/project/keeper-nothingness/

catsofjuly:

The invites for my show at The Vernon Public Art Gallery came in the mail today. If you live in the Okanagan, or might be passing through, pop on in.

http://www.vernonpublicartgallery.com/project/keeper-nothingness/