IDW #94: Transport for Two - Voting
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  • Ianruff

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  • Noche

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  • Deon

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    Icon IDW #94: Transport for Two - Voting

    IDW #94 Topic: Transport for Two

    Deadline for voting: Saturday, March 14

    No voting for your own entries! I repeat, no voting for your own entries

    Give critiques and comments, we're all here to learn from each other!

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    IJR Velocity Sports Piranha SR8 Jet Bike

    A two seater variant of the popular single seat Piranha SR series of high performance jet racing craft from IJR Velocity Sports.

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    WooHoo! I finished! I hope that everyone else finishes up soon! Good Luck to all.

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    I hope I attached my image right, I didn't see a paperclip icon in the "Manage Attachments" window.

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    Done -

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    Transport For Two

    Thankyou Very Much Yoitisi

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    A few notes on this round as usual:

    Ianruff: The original topic said not to put a description with your entry...I would consider your little explanation a sort of description, especially since it says it's a two seater variant of a single seat vehicle, while the topic is specifically about transport for two (which in my eyes makes yours a weaker design if I take it from your description, since apparently the vehicle never was focussed on carrying two persons). Anyway, it's in the poll still because the rendering of it is okay

    Guggemmaneuver: Somehow I liked your initial sketch much better, because it looked more dynamic and alive than this version. Also, it's a little unclear whether this vehicle is meant for one or two persons, since I can barely see inside the cockpit.

    Epias: As you already said, it's a bit rushed and not completely finished so I decided not to take you to poll. Good to see you in here though!

    Mr S 14: You're welcome, though as said, I let you in the finals thread so you could get some comments on your entry still. Since it's far from being finished I won't take it to poll.

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    This Week has a wide range of designs and ideas for Transports For Two, I often watch the process, but this is the first time I actually participated, I thank Yoitisi for his time in hosting these.
    Right so:

    I liked Ianruffs image for placing riders in the Transport and the excellent coloring, it really caught my attention. however the perspective in the front appear off.
    Also, It's great to See that Noche got in on this, definitely worth the smile on my face, Wow Automated Transport to the Sun huh ? very nice.
    Guggemaneuver; I think your original Sketch indirectly inspired me to participate in the WIP phase, so cheers.
    Trashy, I like the blue light engines of your transport, I Blue lights
    Epias, You had a unique take on the subject, and It really has a solidness to it's shape, so nicework.
    Did I forget anyone, oh yeah.
    In The End, I voted for Deon. I Like That Deon Showed 3 angles along with a sideish view of the Tranport in action. (The Illustration also reminded me of times when myself and a friend would try playing video games with One controller each of us controlling the other side of the controller, just for laughs, especially when we won!)

    Anyways it's late, and I suspect if I try to say much more it will come off as being rude, instead of Constructive.
    I would appreciate comments or tips and crits I could incorporate into the next IDW; What do you like, what do you hate ? I'd also like to mention, for some reason my Transport became a sort of Taxi in the end, but I erased the front silhouette in it, =D so it would have been Transport for Two, but only on a technicality and WOW, I forgot the W in IDW...
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    that thing attop the cabin is just an ad. now, why does the ad say that is a different matter. but no, it's not going to the sun.

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    Hi folks - I really wish more people would've entered this round. It was such an awesome, open topic.
    I voted for noche because it's an all round solid design that sticks to the brief nicely. It has a lot of character and story that noche put into the image using weathering and that little sign on top. It's a sad picture - like the sun is gone, so no-one uses the ride anymore.

    Epias - very original - would have voted for it if it made it to poll.
    Mr S 14 - Thanks for the comment Yea - that working-together kinda ride is what I was going for. You have some nice shapes in your design - especially where the grills are. Just make sure that you don't clutter your design with too many unnecessary shapes.

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    Oh well, guess I misread the bit about the description. Was fun anyway and I thank yoitisi for still letting me in.

    Really liked Epias' concept, very cool concept. And noche's is I think is a great concept in that it is strictly transport in a touristy sight seeing vein, a romantic monorail/gondola ride for two.

    But, I voted for Deon as having the most developed concept of all.

    Had a great time with it and as this was my first challenge ever on conceptart.org I look forward to many more!

    Thanks Mr_S_14 for the compliment on the coloring! I appreciate it

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    Good entries. I would have voted for Epias' entry.

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    woulda voted for epias too. voted for deon for a polished-solid concept, and those orthos.

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    Epias: I think you should finish that one up and polish it just for fun, should you have some extra time. Very cool take on the concept.

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