Illustration Support Services
GGS’ illustration team has over approximately 500 years of collective experience creating and revising 2D illustrations as well as rendering 3D graphics. An increasing number of all technical information development projects with which GGS participates in require some level of rendering art from 3D models. GGS’ illustration team has the capability to use a variety of commercial 3D model software packages. These, coupled with other publishing tools allow GGS to accept different file types from various 3D model software packages and create 2D illustrations to meet the customers’ requirements.
The GGS team is fully versed in interpreting engineering drawings/parts lists, bill of materials, as well as understanding, and working with a variety Engineering Models, rendering three-dimensional artwork, and producing animation sequences.
Our team members experience ranges from 5 years to 25 years of experience as technical illustrators serving multiple industries including defense manufacturers, aerospace, automotive, and and heavy equipment / trucking and off road industries. Familiar with illustration standards and specifications for the commercial aerospace and defense industry. Knowledge of aircraft, engine, electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical/airframe systems. The ability to read and interpret engineering, customer, vendor, and engineering documentation.
The team is well versed in creating:
- Isometric Exploded Views
- Trimetric Projection
- Wiring Diagrams
- Animation Sequences (Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality)
- Vector illustrations from raster images, these illustrations can be rendered as simplified line art or Photorealistic illustration.
- Raster image modification, which includes cloning, silhouetting and file conversion.
When you use GGS for developing your technical illustration services, you can ensure that every customer has easy access to comprehensive and understandable information about your products.
Technical illustrations are an essential part of the technical writing materials you develop for your customers. These illustrations make it easier for your clients to understand the products they purchase and will help them use and repair their products appropriately. You can use 3D isometric illustrations to give your customers a full view of the product to ensure they understand how each piece fits together. Illustrations enhance the usability of your technical documentation and often an effective illustration can replace writing text based procedural steps for advanced users.
Maintainers/ Technicians in the DOD, Commercial Aviation, Heavy Equipment / Off-Road industry supply chains use these illustrations to assist in:
- Removal and installation maintenance procedures
- Identifying and procuring parts for replacing failed components
- Troubleshooting and identifying location of components
- Diagnosing electrical faults
- Describing theory of operations