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    E.O.W Round #180: Arctic Desert Shipwreck

    E.O.W Round #180: Arctic Desert Shipwreck


    Happy new years all! 2011 was a great year for EOW and it's been my pleasure to host this activity. Looking forward to what 2012 brings and I will continue to harvest quality topics with the assistance of those who make suggestions and whatever else I can conjure up from the confines of my mind!

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    TOPIC = Arctic Desert Shipwreck

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    Open. Can be a flying vessel or an actual ship(s).



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    Happy New Year 2012 everyone!!
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    This is a kickass topic. I guess 'desert' refers more to the landscape than to the ship, but since I was curious about rendering ice/water interaction, I placed the scene in a sort of isolated cove instead of a dry place.

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    My first attempt to E.O.W. so hope u like it

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    Great Wrecks everybody!
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    Cool stuff... I think I might try my hand at this one.

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    this is going to be interesting

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    The moment I read the title I knew I'm in.

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    Ah! This topic is FANTASTIC! It reminds me of a few of my favourite pieces by Aivazovsky, Church, and Caspar Friedrich!

    Aivazovsky's paintings are particularly magnificent references for man o' wars and maritime landscapes. Church's iceberg paintings will top any photograph from Antarctica in my opinion...










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    woah those paintings are really rad! good inspiration.

    heres my wip... coming very slowly.


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    hekatoncheir: I got a comment on similarities with Friedrich as well when I posted my wip on facebook. I'm ashamed to say I wasn't really familiar with his work because it's fantastic stuff

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    First digital sketch based on some scribbles on paper. The Terror by Dan Simmons is a great reference read for this topic (if you can read fast, you might be able to finish the 1000p book before the deadline)

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    I wasn't quite happy with my concept, so...tried to go more the classical way
    with a "normal" ship
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    weird just about everyones is read from right to left or the head of the ship is left

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    I'm gonna see if I can finish an environment for once, lol...
    atm I'm more worried about the composition, everything else is very sucky.
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    The bar on this round was set pretty high on the first day thanks to Panshi (He's really a robot in diguise), but that's good. I've been seeing alot of cool ideas starting to show up here.

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    WIP it rlll guudddddd.



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    Here is my update, trying to do a spaceship/saucer being revealed from the ice. first time doing the Environment of the week, so far having a blast!



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    Wow! Nice stuff everybody!

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    Fun topic and great entries/ideas!

    My sketch so far

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    Like many, it's my first EotW - so I hope I don't screw anything up
    I love all of the entries/WIPs so far - particularly Panshi's and Pixeltuner's

    Well, here goes nothing!

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    Having a shot at this too. My quick first sketch.

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    Great stuff in here.
    Cant resist the diggin in to the forms and shapes of the ice.

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    Here's my first try! Please bear with me if I make mistakes...
    http://i1178.photobucket.com/albums/...shipwreck3.jpg <-- older


    Created with alchemy at first then colored over.

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    Pixeltuner> looking great, very cinematic!
    hekatoncheir> great paintings!! thanks for that!
    melman > loving the ship design!
    Timmi-o-Tool > Good start!!

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    Looking awesome guys!

    scrapped my last one and had a better idea, also approached it a differently, looks much better...I'm a beginner when it comes to enviros so I'm gonna try and keep things fairly simple for the time being, if I feel the need I can add other things to it later...but I definitely need some kind of foreground element in this one...
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    I missed a few of you sorry guys, i'll try edit in more comments later

    Rob:
    Good to see you around here parts! your secound one is starting out good remember about the false perseption of depth, thats a trick for landscapes.
    things are less saturated the farther they are etc, your sort of setting that up it seems. . . .

    Ryvax:
    liking the sun setish effect, pretty cool

    Timmi-o-Tool:
    liking the passage way tunnel thru your ship!

    Dm7:
    pretty abstract, but so much potential here, its almost like a sci-fi painting, keep just hammering the shapes out eventually youll find yourself at a point
    where you can start going into little details

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    like the smoke like apparence of the ice/snow at the right base of the ship, like cream, a sort of hint where you are heading with this???

    Animare:
    potential in this one.

    Nick.M:
    everybody is doing a ship thats been there for years, i like your original approach of the ship just being wrecked, not sure if it fits with the breif but it seems like it.
    the northen lights are a great touch.

    unruhe:
    great set up, multiple ship wrecks is also what im going for. i want to see more MORE!!!!!

    melman:
    loving the distruction and lighting + scale.

    Mandavar:
    nice original idea, its just hard to see the ship form and how its halled out of the ice. but the scale is great.

    Panshi:
    Love it, but the sides make this seem like a cavern, wouldnt it be better to make it panaramic, taking the sides out and just extending the background to infinity in the sides
    you could eventually make a whole civilazation in destroyed ships in the background. Insane scale by the way EPIC HUGE!!

    Makrozon:
    on the cliffs edge!! Great, makes me wonder what other possible elements you could add in this? helicopters?? cant wait to see more

    Shorinji_Knight:
    finally somebody doing a old scunner, tho its hard to see it being a wreck looks like its playing bumper cars with the icebergs, the polar bear is a bit too big, makes the ship look really smale in scale for the type of ship that it actually is.

    8smoku8:
    looking good, the footspets of the two folks approaching the ship, rather than using black lines maybe try dark blue blobs, snow sort of melts when you walk on top of it making water, therefore blue colour????

    Pixeltuner:
    liking the ship structure, not sure but the clouds in the far background might not fit in with the blizzard snow flakes in the fore ground???

    Only started painting with Acrylics last week, thought id try this one that way.
    its suppose to be a freight ship toppled on its side half buried, with containers sproon across the tundra, once the paint dries for sure, i'll scan and post. might use the scanned image in photo shop and turn it in to a panoramic landscape, seems to compressed right now on the A5 Budweiser 6 pack cardboard carrier


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