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    EOW 150 Steampunk Train station. ...and we're back

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    EOW 150 Steampunk Train station

    Let's see some steam, adn atmosphere adn victorian details... can be futuristic can be elevated , monorail, underground any of the above.
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    wow 200+ people have looked at it and no one wnats to be all atmospereic with steam adn shiny with bronze... I'm sad

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    maybe i do something xD i have a lot of contests to do

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    Chaos glad to see you back.
    I'm in! You know I draw everything if you just put "steampunk" before the topic title...
    I'll put so much steam in this environment that you won't be able to see the train station.

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    Welcome back crx, hope all is well.

    This topic sounds like fun, think Ill try put something together.

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    does it needs to be strictly victorian in the details? or we can borrow from styles alike

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    Nice topic! I wish I had time to join in but I'll be away. I look forward to seeing everyone's entry!

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    noche, look up steam punk..... the style is the definition. you can place it at any place or time.... but the aesthetic has to be steamppunk...

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    I'm in. Can't wait to get started, actually.

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    Here's my sketch -- I hope to get a bunch more done today... we'll see what happens.

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    EOW 150 Steampunk Train station. ...and we're back

    Here's the (tentative) final:

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    matt kohr: that looks awesome. Lovely stuff indeed!

    I really hope I get time to join in, it has been so long and I have missed EOW's in my schedule!

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    Cool idea, I'll see if I can give this a whirl

    @matt kohr good stuff champ, thats looking great.

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    hmmm, ive been meaning to join in the EOW for a few weeks, this is right up my alley, gonna give it a shot

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    Okay, here is the very basic layout though I will try to embellish as I go along. I have not put people in yet but I will.

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    i like cheese and this eow

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    Here is my concept, this is the second time I have drawn with a wacom.

    EOW 150 Steampunk Train station. ...and we're back

    BTW - Background is at 50% opacity so you can see the train drawing.

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    Next stage for me. Getting there slowly but surely.

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    I did some re-modeling of the woman in the foreground and started laying in colour. Still a lot to do but I am having fun which is always good.

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    O_O nice work guys

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    I'll have to look up reference and do some studies cause swirly details aren't my strong suit.

    This is all I've got so far :/ I'll do some more thumbs.

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    OMG Matt, your contribution is awesome.

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    I might make some changes toward the end, (after some time away from it) but I think for now, this is done.

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    looking good every one!

    having a hard time with this one... maybe I will finish it in time, maybe not.

    zimfin: the stair is looking a little bit like a ramp (firstthing I noticed) the rest of the painting looks awesome!

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    Ill have to agree. My biggest gripe with the stairs is that, in real life, there is randomness in things like this. Stairs are not perfectly kept, straight pattern and without any cracks or imperfections. Try adding some dirt or randomness to the stairs.

    Also, I don't know how this would screw with your layers, but the architecture for the ceiling in the BG looks too plain. It looks like it's metal, so maybe if there were some reflective parts to it. It might also be cool if you made some of the sections of the ceiling stained glass.

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    Thanks Mubanga and thescala! You are right about the stairs and bg.
    I need to work on them. Originally you were supposed to be able to see through the steps and that dark diagonal area behind the robot was supposed to be the bottom of the landing. I then realized that this did not work in perspective with the people on it so I thought it could be used as a shadow instead. Unfortunately that is adding to the ramp effect. I will work on it and probably try the stained window idea. Nice one!

    Thanks!

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    steam punk station

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    Trying to catch up...

    Awesome work here. I love this topic.
    Only have time to make a sketch but I´ll try to work it out in photoshop... I hope i´ll finish on time.
    Please comment me if you like the idea. Streching the scale.
    Everybody thank you for the atmosphere, you can smell the steam and the coal burning.
    Thank you.

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    steampunk trainstation

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    chaosrocks
    Good to see you on track. I hope you are fine.
    matt kohr
    Awesome. Wonderful mood and rendering.
    zimfin
    I like your picture. Very fine details. The light is coming fine. Feels harmonic. Only crit is the ellipses on the train and headlight.
    Vitrubius
    Wonderful sketch. I like the stem technology mixed with the futuristic big scale tech. Its not only railway station with stem trains, Its a steampunk train station
    michaelloves
    You got the light playing in the stem very good. Perhaps dampen the bridge over the track. To get it more in the distance.
    dsmhero
    Good start. Be careful to have the ellipsis right on the wheels.
    Reedux
    I like the forms. Looking forward to see more.

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    i think i am having problems attaching imgs, is there a standard way of doing it?

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