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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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    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.

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

    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

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    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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