Looks pretty cool, never realized the CS-100 looked so tail-heavy. The only minor tweak I'd do (if you accept suggestions), is to smooth a bit the curve of the nose just below the cokpit windows. I do spot a small section when a line with three single pixels is followed by two twin-pixels, while the rest of the shape pretty much alternates them. It creates a strange "dent" effect there (birdstrike?
Anyway, is it the "Ashebourton redux" day? I've just finished a 2-week (or more if I take into account source gathering) update and comprehensive collection for the Boeing 757.
Beware of long scrolling: the 757 multiple engine setups -two types of rolls-royce and one Pratt&whitney-, door configuration -3main doors and a fourth smaller door or 3 main doors and two overwing exits-, winglet additions and freighter variety -purpose built and converted models- made up for an impressively long set of blanks. The 757-200 totaled no less than sixteen of them (!), beating the fourteen I did for the 747-200. The stretched 757-300 adds another four to the count, for a grand total of twenty in two separate sheets.
(For this I'd like to thank Wikipedia and Universe, who unknowingly pushed me to finish this ordeal).
Boeing 757, coming in both 757-200 and 757-300 models:
Linked, the same blanks in false-colour works for whoever might want them as well:
Just one disclaimer: unfortunately the navigation lights on the wings are in the same green scheme of most of the fuselage (noticed right at the end when I was recolouring them in the standard grey blanks, so please don't let me change the green scheme on all the false colours once again
), so pay attention when recolouring the aircrafts in you paintscheme of choice, they might turn that way as well.