Dear friends, I'd like to raise an issue regarding the templates. Not with how they look like "as designed", but how they sometimes end up looking on finished works.
That's a problem that happens from time to time "since always", but just it has been raised by one User in private conversation with me, and I promised to try to do something about it.
As the point 6 of the Shipbucket Style Guide says (http://shipbucket.com/styleguide#6
The background of all Shipbucket drawings is blank white (#FFFFFF or RGB 255,255,255).
#FFFFFF means totally white. Not #FFFFFF7 or anything like that, but total, absolute, complete and perfect white. So white it's almost politically incorrect. Not almost-white, not white-ish, but WHITE.
Not like that:
(the white part was white as it should be, while orange area was not correctly white)
I don't want to name names, but there are some users (some of them fairly prolific) that tend to have this problem more often than others.
When I notice such issue, I tend to correct it, but I will freely admit I'm not specifically looking for it, so certainly there's a number of works in the archive where the background white is not as white as it should be.
Thank You in advance for Your cooperation in the future.
P.S. Btw. proper alignment of the ships/planes on the template and not extending the template without need would be also appreciated.
P.P.S. Careful checking for missing pixels of weird artifacts wouldn't be bad either.