These are in North Point paint schemes, but real aircraft nonetheless:
A good "family" view, thanks.
Two points :
- The MPA/ASW version lacks an observation window for optical watch.
- The planes body are, IMHO, too "slick" and need more vertical and horizontal chords.
Where is the observation window located? I am working from some extremely un-detailed plans... all of which are conflicting. There don't seem to be any good resources around the P-99 family. All of them seem to look different. Please keep in mind that this is also a version drawn for an AU - so there are some features that are not present on real life P-99s I've seen photos of (namely the refueling boom (sourced from the Indian contract EMB 145 AEW&C) and the FLIR pod up front).
I don't agree re: the body looking "too slick". A tenet of this style of drawing is to only show detail that could be seen if the aircraft was observed at a distance that made it appear the same size as the drawing. Most panel lines are not visible at this distance, especially on an airplane like the ERJ. Anyway, I've drawn the panel lines that are generally visible on the photos I've found, and I won't add more just for the sake of filling the space. I don't "make up" details on real plane drawings.