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    DSG 1358: Sci-Fi: FETAL BIO-SYNTH IN ITS FORMATION TANK

    [ Eventually technologies that capitalize on lessons learned from the natural world yield what amount to living robots... ]

    [ Mechanisms that are designed using "neogenetics" are essentially grown, with faux-biologic processes doing all the heavy-lifting and removing the need for wasteful macro-fabrication. ]

    [ Larger-scale creations tend to begin "life" at a more diminutive size in order to keep formation tanks manageable, whilst more modestly-sized creations can be grown at full-scale. ]

    [ Regardless of scale and intent, in fetal form they are all pretty strange. ]

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    [ You can show the whole tank, or just suggest it, keeping the focus on the fetus. ]

    [ But, Puh-Leeeeez... NOTHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A HUMAN FETUS. ]

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    Sci-Fi: FETAL BIO-SYNTH IN ITS FORMATION TANK
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    Quick, simple and in color (only one, but still )



     

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    wowzers.pld: this one should be rather interesting. Thanks William!!

     

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    Duszesprzedamtanio – I like your fetal design. Definitely more creative then mine. It has a nice sense of implied mass.

    Here is mine. Took a little longer then I wanted to, and I didn’t get most of the important shadows and highlights in to make it really interesting and create a sense of depth - still learning to do digital painting.

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    My crappy entry.

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    Last edited by William b. Hand; May 5th, 2008 at 10:02 AM. Reason: Too BIG. Quality's low, too, but I'm lax lately. Just make it smaller.
     

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    ~1 hour. got too tired to give any more effort. I think it could use a little more contrast.


     

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    This was supposed to be really quick, but ended up taking about 45 minutes. I'm still working on getting a loose, but interesting look quickly. Any advice on how I could have brought this closer to completion a bit faster would be much appreciated.

     

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    im just going to draw sumthin during university lecture this afternoon

     

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    fughi... - Don't draw this during your lecture. What a waste. Pay attention to class and take notes. Seriously.

     

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    duszesprzedamtanio - elegant. I like it.

    Titus James
    - its hard to tell the scale or depth. I do like your fetus though. simple but effective.


    ninjacat11 - I don't remember who it was, but some famous artist once said something to this effect "every person has a thousand bad paintings in them. Try not to get discouraged when getting them all out"
    so, don't worry if its crappy. Keep doing it.


    Jenserai - I really like this one. then again, for me, less is more. The over exposed highlights give it a strong emotion to me.

    Naastika - add some under lighting, that would really make your fetus pop out!

    Fughi - depends... what subject?

    William b. Hand -- I've only done a few of these now, but haven't seen you join in! do you?

     

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    c4l3b, check the 4 multi pedalled robots and alien holding it's baby, and be amazed.

    Fughi.... I have to concur with William.

    I wasted my opportunities, and I've been welding steel for the last ten years, it's not fun, and it's hardly lucrative either. Pay attention!

     

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    wasn't going to bother but I'm so bored this bank holiday monday I wasted an hour on this. (pessimistic mode because I got a bit stuck on GTa4 - aargh damn that addictive game!)


     

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    Fetal Mistake



    Here's my version...

    The synthetic is just a body as I imagined they would form the more delicate head/brain in another tank, allowing for it to be plugged in to various bodies, and of course removed if the body was damaged.

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    Oh! that's right. The alien holding the baby was my first. question answered!

     

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    Approximately 15 minutes.


     

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    biosynth in growth pool


     

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    I told you the tank was too small.

     

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    this one was a lot of fun. I didn't know what to do at first. I tried a couple different scenarios and thought to go different on this one. Distorting things like you are inside one of these chambers, was kind of tricky. It may look abstract but... eh. I zoned out on this one and took 1.5 hours on it. (and yes..i did use a photo reference for the water.)




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    Here's my first attempt at the subject. about 15 minute speed paint



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    Here's mine. I've been wanting to do a speed painting for a while.



     

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    Fetus printer:

    Hiding behind a technicality: This is indeed an embryo formation tank, unlike those silly embryo growth tanks everyone else has been drawing.

     

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    I wanted to deviate from the normal "tank". So here's something a little more architecturally appealing.

    I should really go back and draw the control panels in instead of just blocking them out.



     

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    Dunno if I'm still on time or not (GMT+1 here) but anyways, here goes my entry had fun doing it - took me about an hour in PS with my wacom

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    Psychostrat - Really like the colors and design for this, definitely feels biomechanical

    c4l3b - The second one is much nicer, the human figure is fantastic.

    scho81 - Just...wow...great color and great perspective. The forms are really beautiful to look at.

    Apocolypse_Rex - Don't know what I'm really looking at but the design on that armor is really great and the colors are really vibrant.

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