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Eric Price
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24/03/2020 2:55 pm  

Here are some of the emblems that we use at 141. A year ago, we moved away from the golden feathered wings and propeller motifs in favor of a more modern look. Victor Hernandez also wanted something that would call to mind military service and honor veterans. 

What I ended up with was the "Chrome Wings" emblem, which is an old design from the 40's. A version of this was used by the Army and Air Force (the Air Force was part of the Army back then). Southwest Airlines uses a version of this motif, as well, so it's very well established in aviation. 


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Eric Price
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24/03/2020 2:57 pm  

Here is some artwork of the IAMAW Emblem. This one is in color and I added some dramatic-feeling shadows and lighting.


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Eric Price
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24/03/2020 3:03 pm  

Most of the people I talk to call this design "Sprocket" wings. A lot of local lodges in our district use a version of this design, hopefully, they can use this.

 

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Eric Price
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24/03/2020 3:09 pm  

I made this as a favor to Kim Schlageter in EWR. They're over in 142, and mostly flight attendants. The red sections of the wings are partially transparent, so if you download this some of the backgrounds will come through in the image. I thought that made a neat-looking effect. 


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