How do you draw a ship?

  I’m going to skip a few chapters, but I don’t want to spoil anything. This isn’t really a ship, but it is a ship designed to represent a battle between the White House and Congress.  I’ve got a lot of the details on this ship (and some other little ships, just to be silly) in the book here . The book will be pretty long, but hopefully it will be interesting to read it.  The design I’ve sketched out in a journal entry was meant to portray the sort of ship that would be used in a series.  I didn’t know how it would turn out because it’s a blank sheet. The White House is about 40,000 feet long with a length of 25,000 feet and beam of 8,000 feet.  You can see the dimensions here . The books take place in Washington, D.C., with the story told primarily by the ship’s captain. (Of course, the ship captains will be on board from time to time, so it will be interesting to know all their names and adventures, which I’ll cover in the book.) The story’s setting (that is, Washington, D.C.) is similar to the one in my previous Star Trek novels. While the story centers on the captain of the White House, the crew is very much an ensemble.  You’ll find many different characters among the crew.  You will also find a few familiar faces like Sulu and Uhura and the crew of the Enterprise . The most important of these are the main characters, the president and the Speaker of the House. The White House is a big ship, as you can see by the size of the illustration on the cover .  It has nine decks, with the top deck up to 20 stories tall, with a length of 80,000 or 90,000 feet and a beam of 25,000 feet.  I have the dimensions and dimensions of the ship here . The White House has the same style of design as the Constitution-class ship in Starship Troopers .  The ship is more heavily decorated than the other ships, but it has a more traditional look.  Even the ship’s main mast resembles the Starship Enterprise’s , and one of its engines looks like the Klingon Bird-of-Prey’s .  There’s a lot of detail on the hull.  The bow resembles the ship in Star Trek: The Motion Picture .  There are other details, but I won’t talk about them. The book will have some special