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October 19th, 2005 #1
Space Shuttle Interior
Hey guys, I just finished this for my structural drawing (perspective) class: space shuttle interior view in three-point, rendered with good ole' fashioned prisma markers and a touch of colored pencil.
here's the line drawing for reference:
Edit: This is my 100th post guys! Woohoo! Partytime!!!
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seeing you did this for your persp class, thats what ill comment on.
Your dashboard and two front seats dont seem to follow the same perspectivespace whatsoever. To me it seems as if youve eyeballed the perspective on lots of places and, well, in theory thats not a bad thing, but getting down some basic lines with a good ol ruler is a must when drawing scenes like this.
Your rendering skill is sweet though, with a bit of good ol erasing and rulering this pic could be real sweet.
October 19th, 2005 #3
Are you talking about the front control panel? I realize it might be a bit confusing, as in the real shuttle the dash is more or less perfectly vertical, which seems a bit counterintuitive, but hey, who am I to argue with NASA? I did eyeball a lot of the smaller details, knobs and buttons and such, to spare my sanity, mostly.
Anyway, thanks for the comment.
Edit: I did a little photoshop study, I think maybe I am a little off on some of the control panels, and notably the headrests, which are pissing me off now that I can't really fix them.
Last edited by Moccomouse; October 19th, 2005 at 12:09 PM."I mean, what kind of magical being sits around eating cheez doodles and refreshing slashdot all day. We ain't the final word in evolution, people."
October 19th, 2005 #4
It looks really nice overall. There are a few minor parts where the line didn't quite follow the perspective, or parts that's not same size, those kind of take professional look away from the work.
The colored version has too many bright colors in my opinion. I like the grey part though.