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.
Black on white. It's easier on the eyes.
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.