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Hey all! It's crossover time once more. For those who are new to the EOW, a crossover is a combination of this activity and the Industrial Design of the Week (IDW), and what happens is we co-host a weekly theme and strive for a refreshing taste of both worlds. When it comes to designing concept art, should any area be neglected, especially when you can exercise your creativity as well as challenge yourself by trying both sides of the field? Innovation and scenery together can be a feast for the eyes, and the mind, etc.
TOPIC: Children's Alley
It is a dim and dark future where the phenomenon of homeless children roaming the streets has become an everyday occurrence. The narrow, winding back alleys in this grimy city have become the particular domain of the smallest children.
1. Design an environment that adheres to the topic/theme.
2. You must post at least once in this W.I.P. thread to be included in the finals thread for the voting poll.
You do not have to participate in both rounds, but we strongly suggest you do.
Deadline: Monday, December 9
Thank you to Pixie Trick for coming up with the great theme this week.
-- Congrats to Vyse for winning round #218: Tomb of Horrors.
Post your final entries in this thread. If you need more time to get your finals in, let me know and I'll extend the deadline. Good luck!
Last edited by Vulgar`; December 8th, 2013 at 08:34 PM.
Finished, hopefully I'll have enough time to finish off the IDOW now
The squalid alleys where the homeless children live often arouse the suspicion of the enforcers, but they never find any of the stolen food and supplies... how do they hide them so quickly?
Last edited by OverlordGunnar; December 6th, 2013 at 10:04 AM.
Dark and abandoned streets has now become a shelter for all homeless children who have decided not to come back to the normal live. From time to time they go out from shadows to observe people on the other side.
Last edited by Corrick; December 10th, 2013 at 01:16 PM.
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