With a airplane photographic and metric survey, and using blue prints, others photographs and videos, integral 3D modeling of the plane was carried out. Next the application of materials, lights and environments for renders was developed.
The renders, after post-production for still images and compilation / encoding / post-production for animation are finally ready to be published.
Gulfstream G150 outside
The G150 is a twin-engine aircraft with a large optimized cabin, highly integrated avionics and excellent performance capabilities. The Gulfstream G150 OH-WIL was manufactured in 2010. This aircraft type is a long-time favourite in the mid-size market globally. The wide-cabin measurements make it more spacious than most competing jets. It comfortably seats 7 passengers, with a maximum configuration seating for 8.
The Gulfstream G150, flies higher, further and faster than an average private aircraft. It offers an impressive range, for example, it is able to fly non-stop from Helsinki to Dubai.
Gulfstream G150 [OH-WIL] outside 3D / CGI: realistic simulation in still image and video animation.
Sonia Pérez . Jan Lindholm
Allows avoiding the costs, economic and environmental, of running a real photoshoot: at least, 2 airplanes, 2 crews, a photographer with a professional equipment and adequate weather conditions.
Bringing all these requirements together at the same time is expensive and not always easy.
The real one
The real Gulfstream G150 OH-WIL [serial no 288] at Helsinki Vantaa Airport HEL/EFHK at 15.04.2020.
Established four decades ago, Jetflite is part of a large Finnish industrial conglomerate, Wihuri Group. Was among the very first to fly business jets in Russia and CIS. “Our aim has been, and still is, to say yes to challenges most would give up on – be it destinations, schedules or circumstances. We have our own facilities, in-house maintenance and 60 in-house professionals at your service 24⁄7. Our services include aircraft management and maintenance, VIP corporate charters and air ambulance and evacuation flights all over the world.”
For the best and most reliable simulation, high permonization of the majority elements and parts of the plane was developed.
Materials and lights (and their behavior) were carefully chosen for maximum similarity. The fuselage, wing, stabilizer, engine, etc. junctions, as well as the screws and rivets were simulated, respecting their position, size and in some cases their non-uniform distribution in the fixing parts. The window glass insulation rubbers were designed, as well as the aluminum frames and the windshield glass heating system.