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  • rawwad

    15 22.06%
  • J.Mac

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Thread: E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!

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    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!

    E.O.W Round 27: VOTING THREAD



    TOPIC: Cafe

    Deadline For Voting: Thursday 6th July

    Please vote for your personal favourite artwork from this round. Please remember that your vote should reflect an equal weight of aesthetic impact, adherance to the brief, and idea development.

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    Please help strengthen the activity by leaving criticism for the artist you vote for, and for any other artworks you can manage!

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    Hideyoshi
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!
    The ‘Novgorod- 47’ Prototype testing facility is the most technology-advanced institution on Hyplochia. When the 12th Imperial War broke out in the year 2450, this facility proved to be one of the best testing grounds for the then infamous tactical combat droid ‘Seu’.
    Currently, unmanned sentry drones are being tested since Novgorod-47 has fallen under control of ‘The Elders’.

    FunkytownP
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!
    Description: An all-purpose machine prototyping room, it currently holds the latest and greatest top-secret invention of this particular alien race.

    Migsta
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!
    HTF22 - Hover Testing Facility 22 - Location: Classified.
    Testing the UHV - Unmanned Hover Vehicle.

    rawwad
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!
    High specialize institute for robotic military units prototype testing in Colorado. This institute was establish in 2037 and U.S. army uses it for more than 50 years. Institute complex is huge and have many testing levels which simulate battle in many types of location and weather.

    Level 16 - is simulation of difficult rock terrain, where is practise team-work between military forces and infantry bot MMR - 0026.

    plan:
    1 - tunnel from level 15
    2 - tunnel from main testing department
    3 - tunnel to level 17
    4 - emergency tunnel
    5 - level 16 control centre
    6 - control room, which drive simulation
    7 - preparing hall
    8 - garage for robots
    9 - robot boxes
    10 - stockroom for ammunition
    11 - gate to battle area
    12 - battle area which simulate rock terrain
    13 - protective wall
    14 - protective plasma shield
    15 - control towers


    J.Mac
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!

    ^ this is of course a prototype testing facility. one room out of the entire facility, but you must know this isn't for the usual matters. This is a facility for digitize warfare. It is completely self-containing. All the employees are required to live here for the duration of their lives. None one knows who runs the facility or how they communicate with the outside world. The only thing they know is that they must work or termination is required.

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    speculart
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!
    The Jarvis Institute is renowned for its hair care products. But its clandestine agenda is not as public.

    bumskee
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!
    The year is 2979, world climate has reached a breaking point created by constant upset in the pollution level. New outbreaks of holes in ozone layer hiked global warming resulting in melt down of the North and South poles.
    Facing an uncertain future for mankind, The International Environmental Agency launched a global campaign to desperately restore the ever changing climate and battle against acid rains. Major research and testing centres were established around most effected areas. The campaign involved collecting data to find a cure for Earth's dying atomosphere by launching millions of micromachines into the storm. The first prototype of micromachines were launched in 2981.

    IcyM
    E.O.W Round 27: Prototype Testing Facility - The Big Vote!
    Before Oscar Goldman implanted it to Col. Steve Austin and before the Bennet family became the Bionic Six... everything started at this small lab somewhere in an Arizona desert. Originally intended for special covert combat agents during the Cold War, the B-Project was later diverted towards the defense of humanity.
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    My vote went to rawward simply because it's the one I liked the most. I was really hard to choose, there al so good.

    J.Mac - That description fits really well to my current job.

    IcyM - Nice play with light. Has a certain voyer feel to it.
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Damn.. Rawwad, Bumskee or hideyoshi ? harrrdd to choice between...
Ok Bumskee : I love your one, but I dont think
it fits the concept!

Hideyoshi: This one was my fav from start! I am really a fan of your
stuff! but as bumskes's it doesnt really fit the topic, sure the concept
does, but not as well as rawwads!

So... my thouhgs are pretty self explaining, my VOTE goes to RAWWAD
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    Rawwd got my vote this time around. Very evocative and a strong concept I think. Hideyoshi, yer stuff is super well rendered, but I felt Rawwd's image was more conceptually strong. I have seen a lot of space port images and this didnt feel different enough for it to be a 'prototype testing facility'. Gorgeous image though! Must find time to gt back into these.
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    That is so hard. I love hideyoshi and Bumskee but Rawwad it is for designing the whole darn thing.
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    v - Hideyoshi

    Onesided. Rawwad put forth respectable effort, but Hideyoshi had the better piece of artwork.
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    Voted for Hideyoshi... it's just so pretty! I loves me some light streaks!

    Rawwad: I loved your complete layout of the facility. That's something I feel like you do pretty often when creating concept work, laying out multiple frames with multiple views/stages of the concept for maximum comprehension.

    Bumskee: It was a great piece and a great concept, but it seemed more like a scientific observitory for weather data collection than a prototype testing facility for the actual data collecting machines.

    IcyM: Bionic Six... hellz yeah!
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    My vote would have to go to Hideyoshi the use of color and perspective are well balanced. But if I could vote twice bumskee would get it for the use of texture in what appears to be clouds or smoke. But they are all great. :-}
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    bumskee!
    I love his creative take on this! Very realisitic cloud render! Just eye-catchy all the way! So he gets the vote!
    Rawwad- runner up, slick concept!
    Hell, every one did such a superb job this round! Each entry has strong content to present! Great round!
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    Voted for ICYM. I liked the mood, and to me that is the one that feel more like a prototype testing facility. That and Rawwad's. All the other ones feel more like either factories, or labs...dunno, that's just my personal opinion.
    Bumskee, I love yours, love it love it love it, but again, it doesn't really feel prototype testing to me. It is a gorgeous painting, though, and if this was on beauty alone I would have voted for yours.
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    Seriously great work from all you guys

    Bumskee and Hideyoshi are both divinely painted. But with the other particpants, it didn't feel "prototype lab" enough. I went with Rawwad's, it followed the concept along with excellent painting and design!
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    hideyoshi-overall the most aesthetically pleasing and technically impressive of the bunch but in regards to the brief i think it falls short.

    my vote went to rawwd-best description of the brief, although i would have liked to have seen more details.

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    hideyoshi for me... awsome work everyone!
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