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Topic: 19th C. Diving Suit
Deadline: Sunday, July 1
Design a 19th century (1800s) diving suit. Steampunk and other alternate history type scenarios are also allowed as long as things stay low tech. 2000 Leagues Under the Sea is an obvious example of this sort of thing.
1. Design and draw a 19th C. Diving Suit.
2. That's it... now draw!
Very rough WIP so far...
this was something i was going over, it was my diving suit for Gilgamesh if Babylonian times were 19th century-esque, so I'll make something similar.
i thinks cool to post refs were same under the creative commons license ,just give cred to the people the photos might be owned 2
refining, still don't know if i'll keep this
I am not going to limit the style, but as I said before, try to keep this relatively low-tech. I don't want to see things like personal helmet heads-up displays or similar things. This should function purely as something to let you wander about underwater. The topic is 19th C., but also remember that Europe isn't the only place where things are happening during this century and that steampunk doesn't have to be the default. Check out this suit- link and compare it to this - link. Or this- link or this- link (1906 true) and compare to Dr. Who's cybermen. I think there's definitely seeds in history to pull from that will let you avoid steampunk but still stay in the time period.
Hello! My first post on conceptart.org. Such a great site!
Anyways.. Here's my diver guy. The suit is made for hunting big sea monsters! ..and shrimp...
Last edited by Magellan; June 29th, 2012 at 06:07 AM.
Thanks Pixie, i don't know yet how far i can push myself though, retrofuturistic could mean a lots of things anyway. To make you an example you may know, the rabbit mech in Sucker Punch is a retrofuturistic (more futuristic) thing. I'm not doing anything super technological, the design is just... different. But anyway maybe it's better if i'll show you here when i've done. If it's not into the contest bounds we'll see then
Hey, go nuts! It can't hurt to try and its not the end of the world if it doesn't fit the topic exactly. My personal opinion is that as long as this encourages someone to paint something and maybe learn something or push themselves then we've accomplished something pretty great.