Thanks for kind words!
|Hood wrote: *||September 1st, 2018, 10:08 am|
That's excellent work eswube, you've certainly refined your style in your absence from drawing ships.
I wouldn't say there's any real 'refinement' in my drawing style - not much more than any refinement any of us exhibits over time. It's rather The Style
that has become more refined. Basically the only styllistical change (in terms of 'methods of work') compared to my earlier drawings lies in the shading of underwater hull - which is also a result of community-wide evolution - though strictly speaking it's not as much a literal application of '45-degree rule' but rather my own 'variation on a theme'.
What makes the drawing look 'more refined' is the use of different colors/shades for the underwater hull and the glass. If You would replace the ones used with the 'traditional', rather gaudy and intense red and blue, You'd get a drawing looking exactly like average 2011 one.