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Street Tea Vendor
Deadline: Sunday, May 4
In busy city and village squares across the continent you can find steaming, clanking and delicious smelling tea vendors attentively nurturing their patch of customers. Certain machines have gained a reputation for the best specialty brews and will gain an almost cult-like following.
You mush show us one of these street tea vendors. Your vendor may be one main brewing/serving combo machine, or a stationary brewing center and a "drone" which does the serving. The time period must be modern or historical but may not be futuristic.
You must also choose a certain square, or type of square which your vendor must suit stylistically and include a reference image of the square in your final submission.
For example, a 50's Western chrome style will not suit an 1800's Japanese square. I also suggest for inspiration Indian tea stalls and other street beverage sellers such as cider sellers.
1. Design and draw a Street Tea Vendor.
2. That's it... now draw!
I'm going to give this a go ... not a lot of people here ... but I like the concept
Going to try this, my first!
OK so here is what Ive been working on for this. Help and crits most welcome!
here's a victorian style tea vendor ... notice the teapot shaped drone, it collects tea from those 3 tea kettles in the front, there are also different tea products displayed in the front, from which the buyer can choose ... while the human vendor is occupied with preparing the tea, the drone's task is to deliver the tea ... also there might be little tables set up around the cart ... just though of it now
Last edited by tenpeoplez; April 29th, 2014 at 06:39 AM.
regarding help and crits ... working on perspective would help
well This is what I ended up with , started out with an idea where the whole thing was going to be pulled by Dogs but that seemed more and more retarded the more stuff got put on. Settled for a tropical look. The engine was replaced in the back and the back was chopped. So the front has more of a chance to attract customers. Any way crits and help is always welcome , I think I got the perspective issues but extra eyes would totally help.
tenpeoplez I love your Victorian Drone idea! This steampunk style is cool and works very well for your two tone.