Originally Posted by TeeDee
As I said, I'm biased and think that the full length ridge line deserves more respect
The art work is gorgeous and many times I have wished I had that kind of talent. But content is important also.
I printed out the graphic and it only fills slightly over half of an 8.5"x11" sheet. So that leaves a lot of room for expansion without clutter.
Heck at that rate you could even fill the bottom half of the page with a single graphic detailing the full length ridge line with Prussics
My bias showing again
Well, actually, both images are scaled at 8.5x11 @ 300 DPI, but reduced for the web. I'm glad it is legible at half size, but the call-out fonts are at 10 pts, and appear even smaller when reduced on the web. Reducing any smaller would make the text illegible on the web, but probably suitable for print.
I can see that you're just going to be a grump and hard to please. That's okay; I've dealt with tougher clients in my line of work
You're looking for more "meat" when I'm insisting that these illustrations are just "milk" -- granted, single-line ridgelines might seem like "milk" to most, but it's just another level of detail that does introduce too much bias; something I'm trying to avoid (artistic neutrality, see?).
Perhaps my next series of graphics will tackle more advanced topics and techniques, which may satisfy the bias in you -- perhaps. My next drawing will be to talk about insulation basics.