Illustrate Aircraft Types
- Status: Closed
- Prize: £400
- Entries Received: 4
- Winner: peshan
I would like illustrated 3d corporate jet aircraft images with plain white livery, no writing on the tail or aircraft and a nice simple blue-line livery on side of plane using #009EC5 Attached G650 example shows the angle/perspective I am looking for from each. The aircraft are... G650, G550, G450, Global Express, Embraer and Cessna. Attached pdf shows each aircraft. Among the key characteristics which makes each identifiable is the number of windows, shape of windows. The G650/550/450 and Global Express have a similar overall aircraft shape (the G650 is longer than the 550 which is longer than the 450, while Global Express and G650 might be a compatible length and all have different number of windows while G-series have circular windows and Global Express has different window shape). The embraer and Cessna aircraft shapes are slightly different again. Best example to use as the yardstick is the attached G650 in terms of look/feel, angle, perspective. Do not need any wheels or landing gear illustrated.
(Added images of the Bombardier Global Express, Embraer Legacy 650 and Cessna Citation X for clarification).
In addition to the six aircraft types outlined above (G650, G550, G450, Global Express, Embraer and Cessna), I wish to add two more aircraft types... Gulfstream GV and Gulfstream GIV. The GV is a slightly smaller version of the G550 with one less window and slightly smaller cabin and wing. The GIV is a slightly shorter and smaller version of the G450, with front door and nose of the plane closer together and the back part of the engine (thrust reverser) is metallic (unpainted) rather than painted white. I attach images of both GV and GIV for clarity.
So to conclude, this now brings the total aircraft to 8, namely...
Bombardier Global Express 6000
Embraer Legacy 650
Cessna Citation X
Budget also adjusted accordingly. Thank you.
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