So after posting a revised and colored version of the Ambassador Refit plan, I am left standing at a fork in the road and I would love to get some opinions from the masses. I have taken up the duty of finishing what I intended to do months ago with regard to the Ambassador, but after colorizing the dorsal plan, I relaized just how much work is involved. Since I work in CADD all the time to produce plans, the methods for output is a bit of trickery, meaning that I render the views in a way that they come out smooth and clearer at high resolution, instead of the normal output to printers, so in essence, there aren't any "jaggies". Anywho, after a render is completed (all 1.2gb of it), I export the image to Photoshop for the coloring, but it's a lot of coloring. I cannot create the colored shapes in CADD as they will not render in color the way I want. With that said, there is a LOT of time taken to color and while I had requested input from a friend about it, he indicated that he liked the old colored versions I once did (the blue background with white linework), which I am still toying with the idea again, but I also like the plain white background with black linework.
Now, i ask you all, what do you think looks better? If anyone has any further input, please feel free to post.
So how goes the fork in the road issue?
I think it entirely depends on the look you're going for. Personally, I kinda like the blue background with white linework. Alternately, you could just swap the colors, so it's blue lines on white background, but I dig the blueprint look.