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    hey everyone, first post ever on the dsg. My inspiration for this one was deep sea subs like "Alvin". one arm sprays corrosive chemicals onto the bare rock eating away anything but the wanted ore. the larger ore lumps are then grabbed by the grabbing arm and crunched into pieces to be "vaccumed" into the sub by its "mouth", where the ore is then analysed and put into containers, which then are sent to the surface by gas balloons launched by its "chimney".

    DSG 439: Small vehicle for hauling Ore

    this took me maybe 15 to draw, and more time to think about it
    as you can see I've got some trouble drawing my ideas, if you have any tips on getting an idea from mind to paper please be so kind and share them with me :help:

    Edit: i played around and got the scan sorted out (im slowly getting the hand of how to use my computer Also: I'm painting over the sketch if you're inteseted It'll be up in my sketch book either tomorow or the day after, depending on when it's done.
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    Gumdrop - chapeau! perfect colors, and probbaly you should consider patenting this hauling idea (I'm serious).

    Arbiter - I think your idea is cute, very good sense of shading, you did a good job on coloring those ore things - btw did you mean to make it look like crystal?

    Shea - can I hire your man as my bodyguard?

    eygji - smart and the closeup of the bug shows the detail you had in mind, yet it also revealed a little issue there, the cord is held tight through the bug's mouth, but in the bigger picture the cord seems away from the bug's mouth - just a tiny observation don't mean to be annoying.

    Here's my take on this, hope you like it, feedback appreciated.

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    DSG 439: Small vehicle for hauling Ore
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    sOltan - Thank you very much! And yeah, when I think of ore I think of Starcraft, heh.

    Gumdrop - Dude, that is gold. I love your work in the DSG, it never fails to amaze.

    Sly - The baloon idea is awesome, it's very simple, or rather, subtle, but I'm willing to bet that it would work - and work well.
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    Originally posted by sOltan
    eygji - smart and the closeup of the bug shows the detail you had in mind, yet it also revealed a little issue there, the cord is held tight through the bug's mouth, but in the bigger picture the cord seems away from the bug's mouth - just a tiny observation don't mean to be annoying.
    no prob, not annoying, but it is actually around it's head.now that i think about it i think it should have been in it's mouth.. but oh well.
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    Ok here is my first post and first try in DSG.

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    Originally posted by sOltan
    I can't wait to see the works people will come up with for this.. especially the execution of the Ore colors -- will be interesting.

    mtomczek, quick observation and don't get me wrong. I think the title "Small vehicle for hauling Ore" is good enough - any other elaboration, explanation might influence people's imaginations... better to keep the title only, and see what people will dig out of their minds.
    Seeing as I have run this thing for quiet sometime, and have had to add topics manually since the dsg bot died and davi dissappeared, I think its my decision to add any information I see fit. When you are running things, you can do it how you please.
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    Originally posted by mephistophyls
    first dsg ever! hello!
    here is the url

    content rated M for Mature:
    not really, it's just some boob, but as a girl myself whose never taken the time for unnesessary T & A this warning is half hearted.



    mephistophyls' DSG

    Nice first DSG Meph, I like the angle you used when orienting the picture, worms eye view

    oh yeah, nice goblin king avatar btw (labyrinth is one of my alltime fav movies)

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    Thumbs up

    mtomczek, i appreciate your initiative, two thumbs up! i got your point fair and square, and i'll continue to enjoy DSG
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    topic

    awsome work to all

    awsome topic, specificity seems almost necessary considering the number DSG topics invovled, also allows the artist to focus her/his ideas not limit them . . . just a friendly observation
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    shadoman: Thanks for the crit. Next time one of these come along I'll think more about the physics of my drawing. Thanks again.
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    What's going on with the DSG? There hasn't been a new post in days... Is there something I don't know?
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    I am new here, but as far as I understand, the new topics used to be posted automatically by some kind of programming trick, but this has failed recently - like most programming tricks. In the meantime DSG resorts to human intervention, which is not as automated, but equally appreciated nonetheless. mtomczek is the person to talk to.
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