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    IDW # 199 : Renaissance Dinosaur Wagon

    IDW # 199 : Renaissance Dinosaur Wagon

    Topic: Renaissance Dinosaur Wagon
    Deadline: Sunday, March 18

    This week we are traveling to an alternate Renaissance in a world where dinosaurs never went extinct. This is the golden era of man's discoveries- the transfer of knowledge of art, science and philosophy from east and west has been sparked by the crusades, and the great thinkers of the time are moving forwards in great leaps and bounds. During the dark ages, dinosaurs experienced a surge of population growth as stock owners died, their herds and flocks went feral. As the people expired of plague, they increased carnivore food supplies, as well as decreasing territorial, foraging and hunting competition. However, society by this point has largely rebounded and moved onward. Some dinosaurs continue to be stock animals, some continue to run feral.

    1) Clearly state the type of dinosaur we are dealing with. Pick a specific variety- T-rex for lack of something more imaginative.

    2) State how the dinosaur fits in the human social realm. Is it a rich noblewoman's lapdog equivalent? A rampaging terror on the peasants? This should direct what type of wagon this is.

    3) Remember- this will not be the rough and unsophisticated item that would be created in Medieval times. This should be a wagon in keeping with the new, "modern" times.

    Brief:
    1. Design and draw a Renaissance Dinosaur Wagon.
    2. That's it... now draw!

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    I don't understand, how modern can we go? combustion engines modern?
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    I mean modern in the sense that we are using "new" technologies such as lenses and such. Think Da Vinci and his mechanical devices. No combustion engines.
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    Ok
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    something to start with for now.
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    it will be hard not to channel my inner dinotopia
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    here is sketch - not sure if ill have time to render it ;_;

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    Just registered today and doodled this. Probably won't have time to colour it before Sunday, but hey...

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    This is my work in progress. I just started this morning, but I'm going to try and make the deadline if I can. I'm having trouble getting the line quality i want drawing digitally, so I'm taking a quick step back to play with brushes before I get back to this later tonight. Peace
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    A lil update. I like this idea, I just wish i was pulling it off better, trying to do this in less than 2 days wasn't the best decision! lol
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    Great, fun topic! Hope there's more entries!
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    Apologies for being late in putting up the finals thread- as such I will be closing it on Monday, as opposed to tonight. IDW 200 will be showing up tonight still.
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