Who created all of these side view airline livery illustrations?
All of the illustrations found on this website were created by me (Scott). I’ve been creating side view aircraft illustrations since 2012, and NorebboStock is the home for my entire catalog of work. I not only created the illustrations of the aircraft, but of all of the liveries as well.
So you're only selling digital files, right?
Correct. All files sold here on NorebboStock.com will be delivered to you digitally (in JPG, PNG, or PSD format). I do not sell prints.
What if I only want the illustration of the aircraft (without the livery)?
If all you’re looking for are high resolution illustrations of blank (all white) aircraft, you’re in luck. All of my blank aircraft illustrations available on my aircraft template store.
Are these digital files high-resolution enough for large-format printing?
All of my side view airline livery illustrations are (at minimum) 5000 pixels wide by 3000 pixels tall at 150dpi. This will allow for printing at sizes up to 36 inches wide with no loss of quality.
For what it’s worth, I’ve printed many of my illustrations out at 48 inches wide with stunning results. There’s no noticeable loss of quality up until about 50 inches wide.
Come on! Can I purchase a print from you instead of a digital download?
Sorry, not at this time. I may include the option to purchase prints sometime in the future, but for now, these are digital downloads only.
What's the difference between the JPG, PNG, and PSD files?
The type of file that you will need will depend entirely on how you’re going to be using these illustrations.
- Choose the JPG if you don’t need to make any edits to the illustration or the background.
- Choose the PNG if you are going to place these illustrations on a different colored (or textured) background. As a reminder, PNG files feature transparent backgrounds, meaning that whatever background you place these illustrations over top of will show through.
- Choose the PSD if you need to make edits to the livery (such as changing registration numbers). Every element of the livery is on its own separate layer. Also, every element of the aircraft itself is on a separate layer, meaning that you’ll be able to make edits to the aircraft if you need to.
How are the PSD files structured?
I built all of these side profile airline livery illustrations over top of my existing collection of aircraft templates.
1. When you open the file, you’ll see that all the major components of the aircraft are grouped into their own layer group:
2. Clicking on an individual layer group will reveal not only all of the individual components of the aircraft on separate layers, but all of the livery elements for that component as well:
Can you make a quick edit to one of your existing illustrations for me?
Sorry, all illustrations are sold as-is. If you want to make any edits, you’ll have to do it yourself (or hire someone to do it for you).
Can you create a custom livery for me?
Unfortunately, I have too many of my own personal projects going on which prevent me from doing contract / freelance work. Thank you for your understanding!
What are the usage restrictions on your illustrations?
In general, I have very few restrictions on how you can use these illustrations. Here’s a quick rundown of the basics:
Use them for business purposes (such as supporting graphics in an article, presentation, document, etc).
Use them for marketing purposes. Go ahead. I don’t mind if you use my illustrations in your marketing material.
Print them - as long as it’s for your own personal use (for yourself, as a gift, etc.).
Redistribute these files. In other words, making these illustrations available for download on your website (or on social media) at any resolution is strictly prohibited.
Print these illustrations on T-shirts, hats, mugs, posters, etc. and sell them. However, if this is something you really want to do, contact me for details about obtaining an extended license (which allows for printing and reselling).