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Post subject: MTS Oceanos PassengerPosted: March 7th, 2019, 10:36 pm
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MTS Oceanos
completed 1953
Weight: 14000 GT
Length: 153 M
Beam: 20 M
Draft: 7 M
Speed 18.5 knots
Passengers:
Crew:
A passenger vessel built in 1953, originally named Jean Laborde, the ship served with the Messageries Maritimes before being acquired by the Eprotiki line in 1976. Upon acquiring the ship, the line repainted the ship and renamed it the Oceanos. The ship served as a cruise ship our of South Africa when it came into rough weather and sank. the ship was abandoned by the crew and the entertainment staff coordinated the rescue with no hands lost. The drawing here is a depiction of it at the time of its sinking, I may make the earlier livery but I need your feedback to fix this drawing and make it better first

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The drawing still has a way to go, but I feel I have built up enough confidence to post it here. Comments and Feedback are most appreciated :D
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Post subject: Re: MTS Oceanos PassengerPosted: March 8th, 2019, 7:53 pm
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A very nice effort, and good of you to go for a real life vessel.
Your shading, especially on the funnel doesn't conform to the SB guidelines, though.
I also think there is a missing line on the rudder, and there are some double black lines along the water line. There are also some double black lines in other places as well.
Funnel top could use some smoothing, as it is now looks a little jumpy, and this goes also to the after part of the funnel.
On the other hand I like the motor boat, though I think the cabin is a little big, proportionally that is.

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Post subject: Re: MTS Oceanos PassengerPosted: March 11th, 2019, 4:57 pm
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Took in your advice, still working, but looking better now.
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Post subject: Re: MTS Oceanos PassengerPosted: March 11th, 2019, 8:35 pm
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Looks better now, but now it looks as if the funnel has no shading.
Please note that some of your parts (particularly masts) look a bit toyish, and are coloured a darker shade, which isn't done in SB style. Darker shade is reserved for parts which are shadowed, or away from the usual light source (traditionally from the right and above of the drawing=say the credits area).

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Post subject: Re: MTS Oceanos PassengerPosted: March 14th, 2019, 10:12 pm
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Thanks, happy to keep improving


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