Saturday, January 17, 2009

The Digital Aircraft Factory Parent Company Benefits from Its New Subsidiary Talents

The D.A.F Parent Company the
94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Est. 2003

Miami, Florida January 20th 2009: In today's fluid and dynamic business world, prudent investments are the key to success in business and the Digital Aircraft Factory (D.A.F) in less than sixty (60) days has proved its worth as a subsidiary to its parent company, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) founded in 2003.
In less than three months since being established and stood up, the investment has paid off for the (94th ACG). The D.A.F under the leadership of its Chief Aviation Artist, Ms. Catherine Smallwood has not only generated its first International client with INSIGHT Loss Adjusters, Ltd., but it has also given the (94th ACG) a fresh and new logo and advertisement presentation for its sixth continuous year of operation.

The Digital Aircraft Factory Goes Across "The Pond" and assist a London Based Company

The D.A.F First International Client INSIGHT Loss Adjusters Ltd.
London, England January 19th 2009: Knowing no bounds and following on the heels of its partner company, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group, the Digital Aircraft Factory (D.A.F) goes international since its establishment back in the latter part of 2008, with a London based client. INSIGHT Loss Adjustor's Ltd., serves the London / Lloyd's Aviation Insurance Risk and Lost Survey Markets and Underwriters, watch out Airclaims, Ltd and CTC, there is a new and proper player on the field. This marks the (D.A.F) first full advertisement "Ad" creation in its first sixty (60) days existence.

The Digital Aircraft Factory Flying Tigers 3rd Squadron "Hells Angels" Ship No. 68

Charles Older Flying Tiger Aircraft No. 68
Miami, Florida January 14th 2009: Retained by members of a Tennessee Veteran of Foreign War (VFW) post, the Digital Aircraft Factory (D.A.F) in record time, researched, proofed and created a full digital rendering of Charles Older, Flying Tigers, 3rd Squadron, the Hells Angels ship No. 68 in its full glory of flight. This very same digital model is be utilized for a full digital motion clip for an Australian energy beverage to be called "Tiger". This rendering was established to be printed on 16 x 20 canvas panel. Direct purchase of this rendering could be purchased from the (D.A.F) at a cost of US$75.00, plus shipping and handling.

The Digital Aircraft Factory "The Lost Tiger"

Cutriss P-40 "Tomhawk II" Lost for 65 Years
Miami, Florida 9th January 2009: Shown above is the Digital Aircraft Factory (D.A.F) "The Lost Tiger" depicting, one of the downed and lost Flying Tigers aircraft.
The D.A.F was retained by a undisclosed Atlanta, Georgia advertisement firm to create a full motion digital rendering of a lone lost Curtis's P-40 Warhawk. The aircraft shown above depicts a P-40 "Tomahawk II" model downed in the lush low lands of China and found 65 years later. The above digital rendering is set up for 10 x 20 canvas panel printing. The above rendering sells for US$80.00 per canvas panel print, plus shipping and handling.