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    E.O.W Round 21: Massive Assembly Line

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    E.O.W Round 21: Massive Assembly Line



    Round #021

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    Massive Assembly Line

    You MUST include a description or backstory this round, or your image wont be taken to poll. Good luck!


    Deadline:
    Saturday, 15th April 2006 6PM GMT
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfood
    Sarcasm sometimes grips me like an octopus helmet.


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    I figured we are doing way too many cliffs and beautiful pretty landscapes, we need more dingy grit

    well, it can be all pretty if you like with huge open windows and fully mechanised robots building hairdriers in some exotic location, ranging from tank construction of the future, to steampunk construction workshops, industrial revolution or.. wel let your imagination run wild this one seems a little more boxed in but restrictions help creativity
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfood
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    awsome topic red, no doubt this round will be good too!

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    Massive Assembly Line hey??

    Is it counted if i draw 20 or so mad artists around desks with SF bay in the background?

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    oh man....tough project!
    hmmm.....must tap min's brain while he isn't looking.
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    Tough, but indeed a great topic Red!

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    oh man.... is right.. Im a technophobe. this ones for Goran and Hideyoshhi. I was thinking of a group of Massive Greek Gods assembling Pandora... each one adding something. heh . dunno I may skip this one and work on Girls thunderdome this week. But that would be cowardly...we'll see..
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    Oh come on kids, tech doesnt mean you cant be painterly! come on chaosrocks, your one of the most consistent people we have here, dun skip this one

    it can range from feng with markers and perfect perspective and every little detail worked out, to an incredibly painterly sparth landscapes
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    Sorry form my foulishness but what is a Massive Assembly Line?
    I am not english you know
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    You could always do an organic assembly line. Think bacteria, or a vine pulley system operated by monkeys.

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    well, massive implying really really big, so a huge assembly line

    and assembly line:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assembly_line


    that describes it better then i ever could.

    so pretty much a huge ol factory with things being built systematicaly
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfood
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    GAHHHH!! this will be such a challenge.. i'll try to find time between school/work. exciting.

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    massive!! oh god - well, goodbye daylight! This should be great!

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