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Which of these images look best?

I will show you in this article 2 images and hope you can give my your honest opinion of them.

I like the purple and blue&black clouds myself.

Destiny by A.P. Davis

Destiny by A. P. Davis

THE USS LOOKAT

USS Lookat by A. P. Davis

USS Lookat by: A. P. Davis

I based one design on a variation of shapes and slightly different compositions in the first illustration and the one at the bottom is more or less adapted from my impression of Star Trek movies. I like the way the neon blue outline of the USS Lookat's overall form glows against the stark black background.

I once tried to have a person look at my art a long time ago at the World Trade Center and he acted like he was too busy to even bother. At least I got a day pass there with my friend from the University of Texas at Dallas, the chess player dude, also an avid painter and his father. They enjoyed to sites but I was totally annoyed when the only thing the man said about my art was, "I used to do drawings like this when I was in high school. I am sorry I have some important appointments, but enjoy your visit here at the Center."

By the time I was back home I felt like it had been a waste of time but my friend and his father seemed to actually enjoy the sites there.


Image Credit » pencil pointing to the right by A.P. Davis

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Comments

MegL wrote on February 8, 2016, 2:58 PM

I like the first one best but that is purely an "I am not an artist" comment, because I am not. I like colours in the first one and the way it appears to rise out of the sea. With the first one, you can use your imagination to make it appear to be many things. The second drawing is good, it makes me think of a draughtsman's drawing. It is neat and says exactly what it is. Why worry what someone else thinks about your art? If you enjoy doing it, then do it. It's your time, your hobby, your relaxation, etc. And you get good fun from it.

lookatdesktop wrote on February 8, 2016, 3:10 PM

That's true. I was interested in some additional feedback. I realize the second drawing does look 2 dimensional.

AdGoggleKo wrote on February 8, 2016, 9:49 PM

I like the 1st image too ;)