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    E.O.W Round 22: Breeding Grounds

    E.O.W. - #022: Breeding Grounds





    Round #022

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    Breeding Grounds

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


    Deadline:
    Teusday, 25th April 2006 6PM GMT

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    sorry bout the delay guys, there was easter n ca was all screwed up, thanks for bearing with me

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    This topic has the potential to be either ultra Sir-David-Attenborough-esque or ultra-sexy. Or both.

    Or maybe my mind is gutter'ed this morning. brb

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    oh....totally hip and yummy! i'm in (i think).....
    cheers!
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    I'm getting some perverted pictures into my head.

     

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    hope my entry isn't too far-fetched in regard to the topic...




    description:

    2142: The Intrusanet Corp. is rapidly advancing in the field of genetic engineering. Hybrid cultures of Nantra-7 are succesfully hatched in the Hex-chambers before they become available as biomechanical working power for the terraforming project on Stigma C-24, the infamous “Poky Planet”. Combining recent ‘Alperon’ technology with traditional cloning techniques one of these hybrids developes a multitude of manpower. Chances are that Nantra-7 will also function as prison wards.

    Source: Stigma C-24 – Data-Core, XHT-000467645-Z

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    Hidyoshi..link doesn't work
    at least not for me
    chaos

     

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    thx, Chaos, fixed it.
    (hope so)

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    there we go.... much better
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    cool, thx!

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    YOU ARE AN ANIMAL HIDEYOSHI!!!
    i dig that! hawt damn!


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    very cool Hideyoshi, did you draw it by hand, scan it and paint over it or is it all digital?

     

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    hehe are we headed in totally different interpretations/..... or what
    that is very cool
    C.r ocks

     

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    thanks a lot -redehlert, tyranx, chaos!
    tyranx: yup, did a pencil sketch, scanned and colored digitally :-)

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    Wow Hideyoshi, talk about quick! This isn't really what I pictured as a breeding ground (then again I'm not absolutely positive what it is) but I like it, good work.

     

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    bleh, that's awsome hideyoshi, love all those lightings off those figures, and that was really quick...... awsome!!

     

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    As I told Hideyoshi earlier...mine is an Athenian Bordello...sort of.. so
    all interpretations are still open
    Hideyoshi

     

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    Hideyoshi, awesome entry, but do you want it taken to poll? You have to have a description this round or RedRook's gonna get fussy

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    yeah, like tech said, it is a lil far fetched so if you justify it with a description its all good, hell it doesnt even need to be a full sentence. In the meantime, come on kids lets see some competition to this fantastic entry

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    Wasp Breeding Grounds

    Ok...from hideyoshi's high-tech to rather low-tech:



    'In 2157, as the terraforming of Mars was initiated, the first signs of life were discovered in the caves underneath Mt. Acidalia Colles.

    Throughout the 23rd century, more than a hundred years later, the caves were still famous - as a great place for leisure fishing. The coveted
    mercury redtail fish took to the caves every year to breed.'




    I enjoyed loosening up on the colours with this one, hard but I got used to it

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    Thats quality hideyoshi, Those floating screens are awesome.Really like the colour and texture in yours ohjay, and a nice description too...



    Just off the coast of east Africa, south of the equator, a breeding laboratory has recently been founded by an anonymous bio-chemist. Construction began following a massive oil spill that was indirectly caused by a terroirst attack on an army base in Angola. The techniques of egg and whale fertalisation are unkown, but despite ethical concerns raised by certain
    activists, the scientists are unquestionably dedicated to the continued preservation of marine life in the area. The animals are left to swim in any section of the ocean, but devices implanted during the clean up operation 'call' them to the mating pens when they are needed.

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    whoa, thx a lot guys!
    Oh, yeah, right. Missed out about having to have a description this time. I'll add one before the deadline :-P
    ohjay: lovely colours!
    yadam: hey, cool, you actually figured out those floating screens, huh? :-D great start!

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    we are having a fast paced round aren't we! awsome stuff, hopefully I will have time for this round!..

    red, I think Tuesday is spelt slightly wrong.

     

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    Thanks, Y-Adam and Hideyoshi!

    Hideyoshi, I love the detail you've put into it - the metal grating is a sweet touch. And it's beautifully lit.

    Y-Adam, that looks promising!

    Bumskee - aw, c'mon...time? Time is irrelevant!

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    Hideyoshi great way to start off the thread, really nice piece.


    I cant belive its Friday already I need to improve my work flow.



    The giant saltwater oaks that dot the shallow Lunar Sea are an important breeding ground for several spices of migratory sea bird.

     

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    birdground

    egg stolen farm

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    in jear 5000 big birds are deads they clones news.

     

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    ima try and do this one

     

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    Hideyoshi- thats unreal dood

     

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    I''m workin on it
    c.rocks

    Im still F-ing working on it but it ain't gonna get done in time


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    Updated my image..i'll sort out the description later...

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