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    IDW 0023: Superhero/villain Vehicle ORTHO

    IDW 0023: Superhero/villain Vehicle ORTHO

    Topic: Superhero/villain Vehicle ORTHO


    Brief:

    1. (Re)design a vehicle for a superhero or supervillain (existing or not). Examples: Batmobile, X-Men Jet.

    2. It must include an orthographic, which will then be used for the 3D challenge. Perspective views are optional.

    3. No 3D, wait for the 3D challenge.


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    Punisher Mobile

    Just a quickie, Punishers muscle car / sports car mongral with big bumbers to smash the bad guys...

    Too poopy to continue post!

    Back up, but look away

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    Blade muscle car:
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    Last edited by Flip; November 17th, 2006 at 11:26 PM.
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    If i get to it, ill draw something. Really interesting topic
    Flip: no links or sketches in your post :/


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    It's an australian server, so you may have trouble

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    Sweet!!!! my day has finally come, two days off work and this to keep me busy, thanks flip, you just made my day, this is going to be fun,


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    Question Different views

    Quote Originally Posted by Flip
    2. It must include an orthographic, which will then be used for the 3D challenge. Perspective views are optional.
    Is it means I must draw front view, left and top? Or just left will be fine?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sali
    Is it means I must draw front view, left and top? Or just left will be fine?
    If it's a bike you could get away with just a side view, because there's little the top or front view would show. At least 2 views would be nice - the idea being that someone should have all the information they need to model the vehicle. A top, front, back & side would be great, but side & top should be enough in most cases.

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    Nice

    Nice... Thanks a lot!
    As I understand after this IDW there'll be a 3D challenge or something like that? Is 3DS Max ok for this "next" challenge..? Just asking...
    Em... for some reason I can't post my wip... Why? I have "You may not post attachments" in this thread.


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    As Final as I think im going to get it....Might post another if I get some time tommorow to work on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sali
    As I understand after this IDW there'll be a 3D challenge or something like that? Is 3DS Max ok for this "next" challenge..? Just asking...
    Yeah 3DS Max is fine, go check out the previous/current 3d challenges: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=78749
    Quote Originally Posted by Sali
    Em... for some reason I can't post my wip... Why? I have "You may not post attachments" in this thread.
    Yeah, it's not available in the activities forums, you'll have to use something like photobucket or imageshack.

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    Doctor Vi

    1st of all: thanks to u, Flip!
    Here's my side view:

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    I'll translate description later... it's russian for now=).
    BTW, Doctor Vi (Dr.V) is an evil genius, that sitting in reconstructed Chernobil's nuclear power plant. He's plotting a new vehicles and weapons for his own "World Domination program".

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    Act.Appalled - I do not think that I am the best to give artistic critique but from a technical point-of-view you might want to consider:
    *Checking the base line of the design - helpful when producing the other plan and body views.
    *Make sure that technical details (engine etc) are clear as this will help modelling
    *Increase the contrast between the bike and the background so the profile is more distinct
    *Add a proportional person to check the ergonomics of the design - this need not show in the final version - this is especially helpful for small devices such as bikes

    Final:

    B.P.R.D Flier
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    Believed to be developed from a highly modified Horton Ho 231 this prototype airframe was recovered from a research facility in the South German forests by Allied Special Forces in 1945.

    Initial classification of the craft proved difficult and Air Force handed the vessel over to the B.P.R.D special organisation for study. Investigation into the vessel showed that the airframe served mainly as a support function to supplement unknown powers of levitation created by the stone at the centre of the vessel. It is believed that this stone was recovered by Axis Desert troopers in Western Egypt from an undisclosed location in the Hyrx dune-sea.

    After careful trials understanding of the vessel grew and it was pronounce to be benign. In the Spring of 1951 the vessel was transfered to the B.P.R.D operations section to serve as an agent transport. Used by B.P.R.D teams on special assignment to support famous agents such as Hellboy and Liz Sherman the vessel served well. With vertical take-off and landing capabilities and a top speed greater than that of most conventional aircraft this craft is a transport without compare, able to swiftly carry a full team of agents to any location in the world.

    Still in use today the vessel continues to serve well although budget constraints limit its supply of fuel. Through its service strange traits appeared in its operation, such as the fact it flies quicker North-South than East-West, the causes of which have never been satisfactorily explained.

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