Originally Posted by Lyle462
THAT, my dear Irma, is the eternal question which is hotly debated amongst every aviation artist which has drawn the breath of life (not me though).
Some say only the prop arc should be depicted in a light whispy blur.
Others say it should be drawn the way I did here. Still another group says it should be a combination of both and to only make the arcs light colored as a means of representing light or reflections.
Personally...I'm a pretty big picture sort of person. I don't try and "build the watch" so-to-speak. I just read what time it is!
You have a vaild point. I just went with "Can't please everyone" version and hope the Aviation Art Pro's don't beat me up too badly.
Hey there *twin*.... I mean ~ *Lyle
ha ha ha
it doesn't upset me that you haven't done more blades in this. Just my inquiry for my own thoughts.
Then with reading what we have posted back/forth about it and thinking about it, the faster a motor is going, the faster the blades would be going, therefore, fuller the view would look as if the space was constantly full.
So the slower the motor, the less they would be moving, and less shown.
Would that be right, then?
BUT!!! ALSO.... since it is YOURs.... you can do what you like. You could even make them look like a zebra, if you wanted!!
ha ha ha
Thanks for the fun and laughter *brother pencil*. Love it.
ha ha ha I must admit... the first time I read that ~ "art posse"
I thought it said *art pose*
.... and I thought, what the heck!!! More *art* terms I don't know.
That was reading it last night.
Today *EYE* see the second *s*.... so you see why I didn't work further on my drawing last night?!!!!
ha ha ha
Ok, "Eye'll" move on here.... Bless you folks. IRma