06-05-2015, 08:56 PM
I hope I haven't posted this one before on this site. A design proposed in 1947 was the AW56 tailess swept wing design from Armstrong Whitworth that never came to fruition. The plane is drawn in vector which is a graphic drawing method that uses lines and shapes rather than a digital brush. Advantage of using vector drawing is the prints can be any size without losing quality, whereas digital painting (raster) would pixellate to the point of not recognizing the subject if you tried to print it larger than your original painting. Also posted the vector drawing of the plane which can get quite complex in some cases to get the right look.