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    rocketmachine cockpit

    A couple of cockpit concepts, the sort that cracks open all over to allow access to hookups and such as well as to look all cool and dramatic.
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    Perspective

    I love ur work.

    but the top one bothers me with it perspectives.

    if this canopy closes like the bottom one maybe it need to be
    more forward on the top.
    sorry for doodling on ur art but it the only way a artist can work
    not much on words.
    the lines are my perspective lines.
    i moved the cables under cause if the lid closes then snap them off
    and the bottom thing had no reason for being.
    i had two years of perspective classes.
    if im wrong about the top closing sorry just that there a glass top.

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    I should probably explain the concept a bit more, I think.
    The lower part of the cockpit actually moves like a jaw, up and back, to close. The hoses are completely external and would be something plugged in during maintenance on the ground. As far as the perspective issue in the upper part of the canopy, you've misinterpreted the structure peeking out from under the forward area. It's the portside counterpart to the projection more immediately read as such. The confusion is the result of jpeg compression- it darkened the darkest areas and obscured the contrast. I'll post a more detailed image soon...

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    Won't get into the discussion of the perspectives. It looks alright to me for the moment.....haven't figured out how this thing works!



    Hey MC, you sure got some good shit going on! I liked your mechanical designs and that girly from the other posts and that neon blue glow really works here. I'm sure this cockpit is part of a bigger mech...so I'll hold my breath.....not too long....for the complete view of this monster....or how-ever you want to develop it

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    Sweet! I really like your style there? what do you use? painter liquid tools? any tips on colour?
    The second one shows really well how things could lock together....
    Anyway, I really like it....
    -Badger-

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    I understood your concept as both parts moving, but after closer examination saw the top was static, then realized the seat also moves backward, so I guess reding your intention is a little difficult, arrows seem the obviuos choice, but maybe you can figure out a more subtle solution.

    It also seems that the small protrusion of the canopy is unanswered by the bottom part and won't create an airtight seal (corrected by darrell)
    Where's the stick? or does it have more futuristic controls?

    Good rendering :

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    very nice indeed

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    cool stuff.

    nice and "appleseed"
    id like to see what these are the cockpits of...........and what sort of propulsion they have - i hope its a big summin.

    light the dark light - it would great with lots of little coloured lights diodes and screen internally - like the pods in 2001 but broguht up to date.

    clap clap.
    like the little rivet/bolt holes rimming the edges of them .
    darkness of first one is good - light form above interior is good in second -
    id try an half way house betwean them and put sharp light little buttons all inside - also id darken the upholstery a bit to offset it -
    i think you do a mahogony executive version with accents of chrome but still the nice rich dark tone overall - that would really kick ass - also due to open nature this dosnt look millitary (maybe for an f.p.s though )

    cool man

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