I’ve been working on a picture of an octopus with a sunken ship in the background, and since the ship took so darn long, I decided to just draw a whole ship that I can use in future pictures if the need arises. I really didn’t want to have to draw that again. It took forever! I hated working on it! Hated it! Now I can just stick this in the picture, make a few changes, you know, make it longer, shorter, change the shape of things, add more masts, or whatever. I left the ropes simple. I can fix them later. And as you can see, I didn’t do the very top. And I don’t feel like adding it. And the bottom is currently a sandy ocean bottom. I didn’t feel like finishing the rest. You usually won’t see the bottom anyway, will you? Unless it’s a flying boat. Darn you, flying boats!
Anyway, I used my little model ship as a reference, and I made a few of my own changes. I left the lines that are behind other things in case I need them. I can always erase them later.