I drew this after my first jumps at Shobdon, Herefordshire, England, in 1979. See Parachuting in Miscellaneous photos.
I drew the Hurricanes in 1990, when I worked in Langley, near Slough in Berkshire, England. Hurricanes (and later Typhoons and Tempests) were built at the Hawker factory in Langley. I saw no trace of it in my time there.
For my 1/48th scale model Seahawk (finished in 2019) see Dieselpunk days in Other plastic model aircraft.
Stingray (and the mechanical fishes) were in a puppet-based 1960s sci-fi series on UK television by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. Although technically a submarine, Stingray has the appearance and layout of a light aircraft.
I made the mistake of showing the propeller blades as they often appear in photographs. However, the eyes do not see the blades at the normal speed of rotation of a propeller.
Charcoal drawings, Holloway College, about 1937 (by my mother)