Several times on this blog I have posted pieces about my involvement with the 1987 Canadian horror film Graveyard Shift.
The drawings above are of several I rendered in order to find a design for the film's featured mausoleum/cemetery set. As the film was of a very low budget (approximately $150,000 in 1985, probably around 2 million in today's production dollars), I had to strike a balance between something that took up some space but not too much space -- the bigger the structure the higher the cost.
What I chose as a final was a blend between drawing numbers three and four. The bottom one would have taken up "too much space".