One of the planes I like flying these days is a very light jet called the Cessna Mustang. VLJs are a new breed of private jet. Only a couple are out so far. Very light jets cost between 1.5 to 3 million dollars which is cheap compared to the cost of the larger corporate jets. VLJs are certified to be flown with just one pilot. I have designed four color schemes for the Cessna Mustang. Note that there are two different burgundy paint jobs. Because the planes are 3D, it is not easy to paint them. It took me hours to come up with the paint schemes. I took the pictures while I was flying the planes. Which of the four do you like best? Any suggestions?
The third from the top. But this is also from a somewhat color blind person. It's not too often color schemes jump out at me, but #3 does. Of course I've also been told at times that my choice of color schemes in clothes sucks.
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