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    Arrow newborn:after the giants war

    hello all ,here is my final entry...
    well anyway ,what i could have done until the very last minute...
    there's so much more i wanted to do but i will call this final.
    "after the giants war" ...Once there were giants walking on this earth, fighting each other........fighting for what? For whom? Nobody knows.......it was such a long time ago, it has all been forgotten in the shadows of time.........now, those almost indestructible shells are the foundations of newborn cities...

    ps:this is an edited version of my final entry.
    (tweakened the image for best integration with the ground,better perpective and better depth,something i didn't had the time to do before the deadline)
    Last edited by MoonChilD; October 7th, 2009 at 09:05 AM.
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    Sure I guess so, anything that is brought into the world could be classed as newborn.

    Define Born: brought into existence

    Look forward to seeing it and good luck!
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    so here i go :
    it's the first rough...

    the story
    once there was giants walking on this earth ,fighting each others...
    fighting for what? nobody knows...its been such a long time ago
    now those empty carcass ,are the foundations of newborn cities...
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    here is the latest update...
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    Kinda reminds me of Ender's Game.

    I like this idea I hope it goes well for you.
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    mhh ,i don't know ,i've never read that book!
    anyway ,still got a lot of work on this one...
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    minor update...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lacrossewalk View Post
    Kinda reminds me of Ender's Game.

    ....
    i was just about to say the same exact thing.
    "Steering perception? i am.
    Inviting contradiction? i am."
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    This is looking pretty cool so far. :3 I think the thumb is at the wrong angle but perhaps robots don't follow anatomy rules like people do.
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    hey thanks,to be honnest i dont know what to do with that thumb!!!
    i cant seem to find some good angle....
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    It could be broken? Keep going.
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    yes maybe so ,anyway , i need to make bridges and cracks in the skeleton to allow people to go up there...
    thanks
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    here is a major update.
    worked on a little bit of everything and improved stuff here and there...
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