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    EOW Round #237: Ruptured Submarine Interior

    EOW Round #237: Ruptured Submarine Interior

    EOW Round #237: Ruptured Submarine Interior


    TOPIC: Ruptured Submarine Interior

    Brief:

    Show us the insides and inner workings of a ruptured submarine. Underwater or on land is optional.




    Brief:
    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.


    Congratulations to popicok for winning Round #235!

    Deadline: September 2, 2014


    Post your final entries in the "FINAL BURNING" thread which I will post a week or so before the due date. If you need more time to get your finals in, let me know and I'll extend the deadline.

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    Here's my first WIP for this one.
    Name:  WIP -Ruptured Sub.jpg
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    Interiors are totally not my thing but good to tackle my weaknesses I suppose. Here's what I have so far.

    Name:  submarinewreck.jpg
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    thechaoder - looking good so far.

    Here's my stab at it.
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    WIP I haven't been on Conceptart in quite a while...
    at any rate, here is my beached sub... may crop into it for more interior details...
    Name:  sub1.jpg
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    Thumbnailing!

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    Mooglesarelittle: Fantastic stuff, really solid visual material. When you're producing these are you thinking more thematically (what's going on) or more in terms raw visual content?

    Edit: Also I think #9 is my favorite.

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    @Mooglesarelittle: One word. Awesome. 2,5,7,8,9 are great. 1,3,4 are weaker. not bad, but weaker than those mentioned before and 6 is great but little away from the title of this EOW. Its very hard to choose the best. Can you tell us how you go about your thumbnails?

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    Hey all.
    Just joined the site.
    Environments aren't really my thing but here is my first wip
    Any feedback is welcomeName:  submarine wip 1.jpg
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    Name:  Bildschirmfoto 2014-08-24 um 17.51.18.png
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    Just a try to start something...


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    my first eow to participate
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    thechaode:Great start to this piece man, love the composition and sense of story and atmosphere. Looking forward to seeing it with the lighting more refined.

    JoshDArtist: I really like the beached submarine idea. I think this composition might work better if you dropped the camera down, as if the viewer has strolled along the beach and found this massive submarine washed ashore.

    TheDecline; Coool Brain: Thanks guys Generally I'll think about images thematically as it makes them much more interesting to work on, especially with a topic like this one. Coool Brain I usually use a textured brush and just paint any and everything that comes to mind, keeping everything on a single layer to keep everything fast and flowing. Oh but first I'll collect a folder full of reference (near enough the most important step).


    Here is what's likely to be my final.


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    Mooglesarelittle: Thanks for the insight into your working process. This image is insane, absolutely love this. It's especially cool to see how the ideas from your thumbnails translated into your finished piece. Excellent mood.

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    Here is my near final piece for this one. I feel like I've hit a wall and don't know how to push this one further right now. I was hoping to get some feedback from the community. Anything you guys would suggest to bump this up to the next level? Any and all C&C appreciated

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    @TheDecline
    Looking good.
    How about adding a foreground element or some objects floating in the water

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    Renegade21: Thank you very much for the suggestion. I think that's a really great idea for adding some finish. Unfortunately I'm leaving for vacation early tomorrow and I'm not going to have the time to incorporate this into the final design. I'm sorry I can't apply your feedback to my work but know that it's given me a lot to think about and I'll be carrying that into the next EoW. Thank you again.

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