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    benzo vs brokencow vs coconutmilk

    ROBOTS

    update:

    no anime chicks or cartoony Ringling characters here. This is not design a Peter de Seve rip-off for Blue Sky. This is a robot you or nobody else has ever fucking seen before. What? Is that possible? Hell yes it is- Use your imagination mofo's, and make it happen!!!

    ok, here's some key things to keep in mind if you need some guidance. (Feel free to add suggestions to this coco and broken.)

    1- Design- Not only great design that's cool and different,
    but also clear in presentation. Silhuette is very
    important; if you foreshorten or crop, it might
    hide pertinent info to the design, so be careful.

    2- Composition- I'm thinkin 16x9, make it look like a film
    plate (i.e look at some of sparth's) Think
    Degas and rule of 1/3's. Its ok to crop.

    * Ok, maybe have an illo with the full design, then a second illo placing that design into a filmic composition.

    3- Perspective- Try to push this if you can, sometimes a
    dynamic perspective can make a simple
    design look great. Again, think Degas. Get
    the camera and pose to work together.

    THESE ARE ONLY SUGGESTIONS GUYS. Good luck.....:beer:

    Last edited by benzo; December 13th, 2003 at 07:51 PM.
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