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    IDW #94: Transport for Two

    Topic: Transport for Two

    Background: Totally open round as far as I'm concerned. 'Two' doesn't mean it necessarily have to be human beings even. Just remember spring is around the corner...sort of, but it's nice to pretend it is, right? That said, go wild and use your imagination. It's supposed to be a lighter topic for fun. One thing though, the concept must be clear without a description!

    Next round I've got a more unusual topic in the pipeline, but I was too tired this week to figure it out properly so it'll have to wait another week.

    Brief:
    1. Design and draw a means of transport for two.
    2. That's it... now draw!

    Deadline: Friday, March 6

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    well here's to hoping i finish something this time.. i'm like 0-3 now i think.
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    I havnt done a IDW in a while,and this one really sounds interesting, so I'll try to get mine done.

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    i'll do an automated transport module..

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    Quote Originally Posted by noche View Post
    i'll do an automated transport module..
    no description, bro


    shall I try me a attempt again?

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    Hmm...interesting. I'll try and throw something together, so you guys can see how bad my drawing is these days...But, it is getting better, and...this will give me something to work during lunch.

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    ..huh?

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    This one sounds awesome!
    An initial idea: ok, actually the first thing I thought of was a flying machine, but somehow I got stuck on tracks... is too close to a kettenkrad?
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    Red face

    okie, heres a charcoal + ink sketch / 11 x 14" ...

    Attachment 609083

    and yes: the idea is that she runs and hops on two sexy legs. there's some manner of suspension system under the cab part.

    fun!

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    This is the part of my portfolio that I neglect the most so I think I'll give this a try!

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    Heh finally some sketches in here Was afraid this round would go by unnoticed..

    Deon: I'd invest some more time in getting your idea together. I love the Kettenkrad, but right now all your designs look like they're made for one person + someone extra, while the topic really is about something designed for 2 people from the start. It's like a bike or motorcycle, you can sit on it with two people, but it's much more easier and fun riding it by yourself. Try and think of something that really plays on it being specifically fun for 2 people I'd say.

    Guggemmaneuver: Looks cool, I like them legs Just not sure about it being for two persons (or the overall scale actually, there's two different sizes of figures in there atm).

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    Thanks for that Yoitisi - I hope I'm getting more on track with the two-person thing. Here's try #2 - this one needs two people to steer it - do you think that comes across? I hope I can make it look fun to drive - Personally i'd kill for a little tracked vehicle
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    Hello everyone,
    this is my first post on this forum. I'm a new member (today) but have been lurking for a while. I've been practicing vehicles lately and this challenge is what got me to register for this site.

    I just found this challenge today and immediately began neglecting everything I needed to be working on at work to sketch some thumbs and then settled on one I liked. The second image is me fleshing out one of the thumbs at a much larger size. I hope to finish the sketch tomorrow and begin painting tomorrow night. Great stuff so far and good luck to everyone!

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