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    Where to find futuristic environment references?

    I want to add futuristic environments
    to my pencil drawing.

    Where can I find references(online,books) on drawing futuristic buildings,futuristic vehicles and old churches?

    I also want to draw mechanical objects, military men and modern military (land and air) vehicles.

    This is my pencil drawing I want to add futuristic environments to my pencil drawings.
    Where to find futuristic environment references?

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    thats kind of odd.. future cars, buildings, cars, old churches, why old churches?

    OK, go to google images and type in ancient church or ancient cathedral. look through those pictures, oughtta find something there. Same with futuristic, or futuristic car, or you get the point unless you are dumb.
    While you are at it typre in "miserable failure" in the web search and you get the George Dubya biography.

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    Thanks for your reply.

    The architectural structures
    that can be found on most sci fi movies
    are mainly based on gothic architecture.


    I know what google is and I have already
    tried searching on it before I registered on this
    forum.

    I'm from Southeast Asia the Philippines.
    Try searching that word on google.
    It's a great country with warm and hospitable people.

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    Are the phillipines as much as a paradise as tourist books say they are?
    Looks like a nice place.

    I didn't know that they were based on gothic thingies. Thanks for telling me, now maybe i can make more believable future scenes.

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    Here is a site with gothic archetecture.
    Where to find futuristic environment references?
    I can see how future stuff is influenced by it!



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    I searched Reference sites for the Thunderdome challenge.
    http://photoguide.to/
    http://www.photo.net/travel/

    I thought the photos from Barcelona (Spain) looked pretty futuristic.
    http://www.photo.net/spain/barcelona

    Amazing drawing so far btw!

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    ha ha davi. ellis was asking for help doing that as you no doubt know.

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    Hi Ellis...
    firstly, I was in the Philippines a couple of years ago...unfortunately I spent most of my time in Manila and didn't get to see too much countryside...but it was a great experience

    anyway...if you go to the References board under 'General Discussion' and then look up 'decaying buildings, homes, factories', (or something like that) which was started by I.was.ink you should find some great stuff in terms of decaying buildings, some gothic architecture and a lot of run down industrial sites...very nice.

    perhaps you've already tried that...i dunno

    Sydney artist Luke Marcatili

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    - The Litany Against Fear
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