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    So are we all doing dwarven astronaut then? Or any one of the four?

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    You need to do more anatomy...and check your values....wait...did I just say that?
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    Just rock any one of them, I think. Ok, another question, you lot. I'm gonna get me an Intuos 'real wacom' in the words of mr manley Do you reckon it's worth getting the A4 oversize rather than the A4? I travel alot, so it's a matter of how much easier one is to carry than the other. I reckon the extra space would be awesome, but I dunno if it's worth the extra hassle.

    I'm torn between my constant problems with hefting stuff between two houses and the fact that if I don't buy the one i really want, I'm always pissed off in the end. Watcha think??

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    Yo!
    Im doing a dwarven astronaut salvaging scrap from a metal garden on a 'planet-factory'
    ... with a big ass EL-V3N 'lumberjack' arc-welder...
    THERES ALWAYS A WAY!!!

    Dirty-c -
    Id just go for the a4... remember that the screen aspect ratio is rectangular and the oversize wacom is square... so if you want to have an identical up-down, left right movement between hand and screen... you wont use some of your tablet area anyways... I am very happy with my A5 at home, though an a4 would rock... got one at work, and it rocks.

    I may be wrong about this, as I assume the A4 oversize is the squareish one... Anyways, whatever you do, you CANT go wrong with a WACOM!!!

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    I started on a pic this lunchtime on the 'disused planet factory' theme. Should have something to show later on....

    Or should we hold off till wednesday and post the final plus steps?

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    Nah... post as you work if ya can... we can see what other people are up to. Could help inspire!

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    ok, stupid question time....

    I need a good hosting solution. Im with BT right now and want to know if anyone knows of any better hosting solutions. I know a lot of traffic hits this place and I dont want to have a little white box with a red cross in it.

    Once I've got that sorted I have the first pass of my weekly here for you all to see...

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    i hear a lot of people on conceptart mentioning a site called photobucket that allows you to upload and remote link to pictures (unlike sites like geocities etc)

    "Photobucket currently allows 100 megs of disk space ( ~2000 pictures ) and 2,500 megs of bandwidth ( ~50,000 hits )"

    Thats seems like plenty and it FREE, otherwise start saving your pocket money for your own website

    Nuff respec innit!

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    Photobucket will do for now....ta pixie!

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    Derelict Planet Factory

    ok, first stab at this...so it might not work!

    Theme: Derelict Planet Factory..




    and a higher res version...



    anyway...er...thank you, that will be all...


    p.s. time was about 3 hours at a guess (lunch and a bit tonight )

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    Holy shite. Right, I'll be spending a few more hours than three.... really nice. I did think of the planet-making factory at the end,but you clearly thought about the mechanics behind the concept loads. The gauntlet is thrown, blah blah

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    heh, thanks...this is the first bit of concept art i've done in about 6 months...the only real thing ive done in about 3 years to be honest....been too busy poly modelling (hence my name).

    Hopefully I'll improve as time goes on....


    So come on you lot, lets see some piccies!

    Also guys, how do you get your image to appear in the post instead of behind a link?

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    see the buttons above where you enter your text for the message? Click tghe one which says 'img' and put the link in there.

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    er...thats what i did?

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    Originally posted by lowpolymatt
    er...thats what i did?
    basically you want to paste the address of your pic

    e.g.
    http://img63.photobucket.com/albums/...factory_lo.jpg

    into the box that comes up when you press the IMG button

    that should put IMG tags around it and make it appear in your post

    I dont know if i can type out exactly what you should see, but replace the round brackets with the square brackets and you get the idea

    e.g.

    (IMG)http://img63.photobucket.com/albums/...factory_lo.jpg(/IMG)

    Ta Da!

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    er...once again...thats what I did...

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    I had the same problem...In the DSG it appears as an image and in this forum it tends to appear as a link.... eh? dunno why!?!?

    :confused:

    will try again when I'v had a chance to work on the project!

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    Originally posted by lowpolymatt
    er...once again...thats what I did...
    what the hells going on!

    i'll see if i can do it....



    IT DOESNT WORK! Looks like you cant post pictures in here, maybe we might have to move the artwork into a seperate thread in the sketches forum or something ?

    I'm confused!

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    LOL LOL LOL, that gif thing is fu**ing funny man. i am literatley LMAS and ROFL ^-^

    fuck, i dont think i've laughed so much in ages, thanks for the laugh ^-^


    man, i feel good now! ^-^





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    lowpolymatt: that asteroid's schweeet! So, you work at EA Chertsey? I did a three year stretch there m'self. What are you working on?

    Molly: off to Austin eh? You lucky swine.

    PS: Are we still on for the last Saturday of this month for another meet and greet?

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    Summer Pud - Yeah I'm back at the ole EA....I used to work for em when they were Bullfrog...and now I'm back again...

    I'll let you take a guess as to what I've been working on

    It begins in H...and ends in arry Potter...

    anyway...thanks for the comment on my riods..It's the first bit of concept art I've done in yonks...hopefully I'll make time to do more now...

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    Lowpoly :

    Very cool idea for a planet-factory :trippy: Only thing id say is that it'd be effective to have a subtle bit of blue/purple colour in the shadows to compliment all the orange/yellow to add interest and contrast... in a similar way to how your sun and planet have bits of subtle differing hue's of orange that bring them out. Especially the sun... you can nearly feel the heat from it! Lovely sence of light with the volumetric 'rays' too.

    Thats me 2 cents worth
    Its really wicked!:rock:

    Well... I have little ground to stand on cause like a fool I left the cd with my contribution to the week on the floor of my room... so no uploads for me today Baka!

    And suggestions for new theme's? Ill come up with a few later if nobody suggests anything. I like coming up with wierd ideas...

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    Thanks for the crit Sketchling. I tried a few varying colour themes for a bit of differentiation between the bright and dark sides....a bluey green looked good. I'll have a play and re-post them so you can all see what I mean.

    As for themes...

    Wel, I've been looking at labels on products and thought a cool subject could be :

    'Handle with care' or 'Keep away from children' or 'Always wear protective clothing' or 'Fragile' would be a good theme...OR alternatively...just take a product with a warning label, then make a pic based on the warning label?

    What do you all think? It's a little less structured and open enough that you could make anything from it...

    Thoughts?

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    Like that.

    Id say you should use 'Warning : keep away from children' ... there are so many ways one can turn that into an interesting image... Mind gets to thinkin... hmmm.



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    So are we all cool with that? Also....how do we move this ove to a forum where we can actually view the pics in the entries? Or should we keep it al here?

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    wait... are we meeting the last saturday of this month, or the first saturday of next month? i'm confused ^-^

    i will be posting this weeks drawing today... (i havent started yet! shame on me ^-^)





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    yo! First weekend of next month... the saturday I think.

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    Yup, first weekend. And apologies for being all pushy then not posting - I've had job interviews today (nothing interesting) and life's been a bit hectic. Will do better next time, I promise!! I'll post what I've been up to elsewhere shortly.

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    its ok dirty_c, i forgive you ^-^

    well, i just comferemd it with my mum (who is acts as my bank ^-^), i can, i repeat can go to the next meeting (june 5th i believe)!! so yay i get to meet all you cool people. so i hope you all turn up ^-^


    i still havent maneged to do this weeks assignment, i am in the middle of my art exam, so bleh.
    but next week i promise i will (as school will be finished by then)




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    This is me image... I went a bit experimental with emphasis on the 'mental' part with this one. Tried to go for a 'steel' gardenish feel with the wire-vines, a planet nearby for a planet-factory on which the two dwarves stand... using a 'ELV-3N 'lumberjack' salvage power-torch...thing. A bit flimsy, but next time I do only one... 4 briefs in one image is a mind-screw!

    Took a bit of influence from Craig Mullins - LINK

    anyways, here it is :


    I learned a lot doing it... though I dont like the image itself that much. NEXT!

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    Nice pics, chaps.

    lowpolymatt - Is Ross Dearsley still at Cherstey?

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