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    IDW009: Cosmetic face changer

    IDW009: Cosmetic face changer

    Topic: Cosmetic Face changer

    Description: Make-up is a unused method of beauty in the future. Products have been created where the customier can alter their entire appearence in a click or push of a button.

    Your Job: Design a product that can fully and quickly alter a human's face in minutes or even seconds.

    Deadline: April 11th Midnightish


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    Does altering include things like cartilage, and bone structure as well? or is this a purely surface alteration device?

    Thx!

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    It think it's up to one self to decide how- and to what extent it works...
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    Am I the only one with plans to enter this competition? It could be my only chance to pull out a victory, so I'm not complaining...

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    Here is a WIP, I hope this encourages others to get those juices flowin
    IDW009: Cosmetic face changer
    the story behind the product is yet to come...
    Last edited by followfunction; April 10th, 2006 at 12:04 AM.

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    Well i wasnt planning to post anything since im in exams right now and dont have time to work anything out.
    So heres a piece of crap (imo) that i dont have time for to work it out.
    I thought id just post something coz no-one does (w/ exception of u, followfunction)

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    someones been watching a little too much fifth element..

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    Gather ye round, the Face Changer 3000.

    In the not too distant future, the development of micro-technology will allow humans to launch tiny robots into their flesh that will perform complex surgery, including severe face alteration.

    However, the launching of said tiny robots is not easy, as they have to be pummeled into your skin. The Face Changer 3000 was designed as the perfect launch mechanism, although it does feel like you are getting punched in every skin cell on your face.

    The product is mainly sold to hairdressers and beauty shops where they line the walls. The client leans into the wall cavity and looks straight ahead. Then the liscensed beautician pulls the 3000 straigh back along it's guide rails and.... releases! To date, there is an 86% survival rate.

    IDW009: Cosmetic face changer

    The 3000 is shown in pulled-position, ready to be released.
    Last edited by followfunction; April 11th, 2006 at 12:56 AM.

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    Not exceptionaly pleased with how this came out, but this thread needs more posts so...


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    Quote Originally Posted by 'stoph.
    someones been watching a little too much fifth element..
    Me? I dont even know that movie/series but lemme google it and see if its a compliment

    Quote Originally Posted by followfunction
    ...will allow humans to launch tiny robots into their flesh...To date, there is an 86% survival rate...
    Lol, u sick bastard No way do i ever want to get a makeover w/ ur facechanger!

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    I am a big fan of the 5th Element, but I still didn't understand the comment. I'm not sure what the reference was.

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    Ok, first part of my entry, I should get the rest done soon, hopefully before this gets closed.
    IDW009: Cosmetic face changer
    Second part, had way too much fun with this:
    IDW009: Cosmetic face changer
    Concept: Originally developed for the big screen, initially to provide a simpler method of 'aging' an actor, the technology quickly started to allow prominent stars to take on parts that they wouldn't normally be suited for, at least visually. As the technology progressed it became cost effective to produce a model for the consumer market, maintaining it's link to acting with the comedy/tragedy 'smile'. Unfortunately internet users have been bombarded by their overly blunt advertising. Celebrity sightings have increased exponentially since it's introduction.
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    In The 5th Element there was a product that applied makeup to Leeloo's face instantly, come on people. I'm really liking artiphats entry so far, that horrifying thing really looks like it could change a face...or just rip it to shreds.

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    ...that horrifying thing...
    LOL, that's classic, best compliment I think I could get, thanks a lot!

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    lol, Flip I like your little banner ad you made for your product!

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    Final if we ever get to voting. Actually at this point I just want to see a new topic to do, not that I have much time though.

    IDW009: Cosmetic face changer

    The Face-Alyzer Home Edition! No need to travel all the way to your local Face Swapping Center. All the features are brought right into your own home. Sit down and relax, while you get a temporary face alteration. You can be anyone, anytime! Side effects include temporary dizzyness and blindness. No long term addiction affects, we don't care what the test results say!
    Last edited by artiphats; April 20th, 2006 at 12:05 AM.

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    Artiphats, I think you have plenty of time to keep working on your new image. These ID challenge of the weeks seem more like challenge of the 12 days. I think I might actually like your orginal render better. Where did that poor sucker's body go? Maybe its because you are not finished polishing it.
    Looking forward to see how it turns out!

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    FollowFunction, yeah if I end up having more time I definitely have work to do - which I will do anyway just for the sake of finishing the piece, even if they end the topic before I finish.

    You know it is funny, when I looked back at the original design I thought I liked it better too, but I chocked it up to the fact that I had thrown some color and value onto it. Hopefully when I do the same to the newer one, it'll look a lot better. I think the thing about the first one is that it just looks so scary, there is no one in the chair but you just KNOW that thing has caused some pain in performing it's task. The second image doesnt really convey that, it's more you see the guy getting all pulled and pocked. We'll see how it turns out, maybe I'll polish up both of them and see what happens.

    Oh and the hint of his body will be there by the time it's done, just didnt bother to draw it when I was penciling the rest of it all. Photoshop rocks!

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    Is there going to be a new topic soon?
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    Seriously. I know this forum doesn't get as much attention as COW, but maybe thats because people don't want to work on a piece that may never be voted on. It seemed like IDoW was starting to be consistent with the voting every week or so and then a new topic. What a bummer.

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    By the way, Flip, I really dug your concept and wanted to vote for it. I liked the clean lines and the placement of the logo at the eyeline.

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    Yup Flip gets my vote too if ever voters get to vote a good vote!

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    Thanks guys.

    I would be torn when it comes to voting. My favourite illustration is artiphats' - it's good you got a chance to colour the second image. But then the concept of followfunction's appeals to my morbid sense of humour.

    Anyway, even if we don't get to vote, anyone up for a NEW TOPIC?

    How's ** STEAM PUNK DEEP SEA EXPLORATION** ? (topic by Sinix, from topic suggestion thread)
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    I promised myself I would not enter another competition until I got my Wacom. My birthday's in May and i think one is headed my way. Spending time on these things is just too addicting...

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    Thanks guys.

    I would be torn when it comes to voting. My favourite illustration is artiphats' - it's good you got a chance to colour the second image. But then the concept of followfunction's appeals to my morbid sense of humour.

    Anyway, even if we don't get to vote, anyone up for a NEW TOPIC?

    How's ** STEAM PUNK DEEP SEA EXPLORATION** ? (topic by Sinix, from topic suggestion thread)

    If this comp is finished i say we move on to something else. Ive been here a while and didnt realise that there was an IDW going on so id love to take a crack. Just waiting for a new topic to get posted.

    Twiddling thumbs in anticipation!

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    I second Sketchfiend and Flip!!

    Deep Sea Exploration sounds good to me...
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    I'll be up for just about anything at this point, of course I have no extra time as it is, but somehow I sneak more drawing in when no one is looking! Deep Sea Thing-a-ma-jig let's have at it!!!!

    If IDofW is gonna fall to the waste, (and I hope it doesnt), maybe we should just start a new thread in the Challenge area. Or else I say new moderator? I don't know Davi at all, and I am sure he is a great guy who is just swamped with work or whatever. But some consistancy would be nice. C'mon Davi, help us out bro!

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    I think there has been a discussion in the past about keeping weeklies open if there arent enough entries... no idea if that has anything to do with the long time this has been up.
    It feels bad to submit anything 2 or 3 weeks late imo :/.

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    Although I haven't participated in IDW yet I feel it would be a great loss if it disappeared. Conceptart.org is currently swamped with mostly organic themes/paintings/topics and I think IDW adds a much needed variety.
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