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    perhaps like a futuristic womens basketball arena.


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    perhaps a Kind admin to fill in and move this along while Mr Rook is Busy moving?

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    To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

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    DIamond city
    hell frozen over
    Garden of eden
    Deep space mall

    Earths core
    Land of mosters, HUGE monsters
    I am really sucking with ideas today

    Alien music shop
    Massive black in 2050 haha
    merpeople/human trading post
    Insominac City
    The city the secret of the bemuda triangle is protecting.
    technonature society
    Human city after total technological maturity.
    Aliens in eygpt
    When the 30th century visited the 1st.
    Alien slaughterhouse
    alien automated milking device..machine/factory.


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    alien music shop..that wd be fun!
    chaos
    To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

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    Futuristic Venice.
    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
    --- Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaosrocks
    alien music shop..that wd be fun!
    chaos
    That would be fun. I've drawn a few strange musical instruments in my day.

    My suggestion: The Edge of the World
    Not the end, the Edge. Where the land stops and chaos or nothingness begins.

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    Urban Riot

    I reckon would be cool.

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    - Prehiostoric metropolis discovered in jungle ravine
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    - Fish eyes The Great Flood
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    The Pirate Moonbase. In the future, interstellar war has distracted space military enough to allow piracy to thrive along the long and dangerous trade route between stars. All the merchants can do is arm up and cross their fingers. The pirates, meanwhile, are living large: they even have their own base on a distant moon, full of all those wonderful things that make reckless lawbreaking pirates into reckless lawbreaking pirates.

    The City in the Shallows. The sea people of the western shores build their cities in the shallows, on the edges of the continental shelf. This gives them plenty of space to build their water-filled streets and homes and towers below water, and the opportunity to build above water as well, for the many air-breathing emigrants to the great city.

    The Alien Graveyard. It was really quite spectacular and unexpected. Suffice to say, these aliens did not bury their dead beneath the ground.

    The Happy Town. It was an ideal place -they made sure of that. It always had beautiful weather and no crime or homelessness and jobs aplenty and room for all and yes, all this perfection came with a price, a horrible price they saw every day, everywhere they went, because it hung over the town like a storm cloud, but wasn't it worth it? Wasn't any price worth it?

    The Plague District. When the plague descended upon the city an eon ago, it was a disaster. Now it is a hushed undercurrent. It is still there, yes, still prevalent among the residents, but anyone who shows signs is immediately swept up by the Viral Patrols and locked forever behind the heavy, enforced walls of the Plague District. Inside dwells the stuff of nightmares.

    The Submarine Port. On this oceanic planet, without any land beyond small atolls and smaller sandbars, steampunk technology rules- and vast, intricate submarines ply the waters like minor gods. They are transports, weapons, homes. They are cities, some of them: vast mobile communities. This great port is where they come to meet, rest, and refit.

    The Urban Jungle. This city, with its glorious high-rises and grand avenues, was abandonded to the elements long ago. Now nature has taken back over, making the ghost metropolis over into a verdent jungle of cracked asphalt and old steel and fauna and flora beyond imagining.

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    Art Kitty way back in October wrote a good one: deep space prison

    Man, I wish we could have a vote on the next topic, and as soon as the deadline is there, the next round starts right away with the current highest voted topic!

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    Extradimensional hermitage

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    I think we should do some eows that are more specific. what I mean is the type of concept art used in strategy games like wc3, for example, for buildings. so it might be like "gnomish gunpowder workshop", "dragon breeding nest", "oil refinery", "fortified bunker", etc. know what I mean? there are a lot of good examples of that type on feng zhu's site, for the work he did for the lotr strategy game and some others.

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    City Built Around An Ancient Spatial Anomaly

    this should be one of those eow's that get tons of entries and most of them badass





    "City Built Around An Ancient Spatial Anomaly"

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    Alpine Fortress

    Peninsular resort

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    the hidden realities between dimensions

    love and sex alien style

    the puss that drips out of an open wound (just magnified)

    a kitten getting eating by the mother cat. (I have seen this but did not get to shot the photo of it, ah well)

    a happy fungus devouring itself

    oh and something from a song I heard today -- a cockroach eating a city

    now there is a concept alien bugs fighting for "last bug alive"

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