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    Floating Bazaar

    The hardest thing about the Peshnakhan Bazaar is getting there. But once you are there so is everything else. The corners of the world are for sale in splashes of color. The maze of the moveable streets is a barely traversable tangle. Music pours from all side And tellers of tales sell fantastic stories of truth, as the vendors shout for your attention in colourful phrases. “Buy my magic powder”, “ buy my potion of love”. Unlike many such markets, in this one you have to be careful, the magic just might work…..

    This is a floating Bazaar, just how it is floating is up to you, Air, water, koolaid….. Must include:

    1.Color
    2. Some means of transporting goods to the market
    3. Floating


    I will accept any medium.
    Now... concept!


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    To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

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    lol im the first to post..jaj how brave

    heres my wip, crit away
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    The Floating bazaar, the biggest most massive magic broomstick evermade
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    lol i like the composition of the second, and the idea of having the hole market floating on a giant broomstick, but i also like the cloudy blue sky and the baloons of the first, wich direction should i follow??

    A mix between the two concepts, it needs a series of stuff like more dramatic ligthing, but you guys crit away..lol ill be taking the notes
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    *salivates*

    Okay, now that vacation is over I may have time to participate. . .

    I think you are awesome, and I wish you the best in your endeavors, but I am tired of repeating myself, I am very busy with my new baby, and I am no longer a regular participant here, so please do not contact me to ask for advice on your career or education. All of the advice that I have to offer can already be found in the following links. Thank you.

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    Changed concepts at the last minute, so I doubt I'll get time to finish it. At first I was purposely avoiding balloons, but then I searched for bazaar photos on Flickr and came across one that showed dozens of beautiful globe lamps hanging from the ceiling; I got hooked on my new concept, and I couldn't let it go.

    I decided that each major nation of the world this bazaar takes place in annually sends a massive balloon filled with sellers and patrons into the sky, where it is retrieved by waiting ships and docked to a floating city that provides lodging for the many shoppers.

    Each night the balloons are un-linked and each one is pulled into one of the city's massive docks; people can enter and leave the balloon at will, and return to it in the morning.

    The bright colors make it easy for shoppers to identify the balloon they came from, so that everyone can make it home safely.

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    Great topic!
    I'll try my best to find time for this...


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    brilliant topic


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    Awesome concept, I'm so taking part of this


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    AWESOME topic, im playing FFXII atm so.. fits right in..

    hope i have time to enter... got some stuff that needs finishing first..


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    *ponders a possible entry* I rally wanted to do last weeks but alas I could not, this one also strikes my fancy though....

    Seedling - Thats funny

    Joey -b - You're making everybody look bad lol j/k I commend you that you have been able to do so many topics each week of various things, its really helped jump you stuff to the next level, keep it up

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    Oh, this is.. a beautiful topic.. Beautiful!

    Allejjo: YO U ARE SO BRAVE, haha! Hey looking neato so far man. What exactly is the spirally thing in the middle? It looks like a waterslide that leads to the bottom of the floating bazaar, to THEIR DEATH!

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    JAja! ok well im tryingtodepicta main structure in the middle with a swirly street that goes all the way, but as i look at it i see it aint working cause it woul have to be huge to be seen that big from the distance we are at. what i want to ask you guys is..should i work on an other closer view of the city??, wich camera views he`depict the enviroment better???

    im thinking of painting just half of it, that way the composition will demand much detail, but if i do this i migth loose their floating gear.aw darn i think this means im going back to the paper

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    WIP
    Any crit would be awesome
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    UNFINISHED...NO POLL

    sry to say I couldnt finish this one. Had too much this week including my daughters birthday, working on the CHOW this week, and playing with PAINTER X!! I'll give it a go next week. This one is great! gonna b a tough competition this week!


    well, here's my WIP.

    I liked it for awhile but for some reason it seems to have really lost its character.
    ANY words of advice much appreciated. I feel I need to bring this picture back from the dead

    Its a floating bazaar on a lava lake/river. kinda like the river Styx

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    EOW #56 Floating Bazaar

    WIP! Floating bazaar, complete with sky dock, dragon roost, and sails! I know there are some serious perspective problems, but crits are mucho appreciendo!

    sorry for link, having image problems

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    Shyt I missed the deadline of the last one. I went to sleep early because I wanted to wake up early morning to finish painting, but woke up 5 minutes before deadline, weaksauce! But its all good. I am definitely in! XD


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    alright...gonna make this my first EOW...really cool topic

    Alejjo: hey man I'm liking the first one better (probably cuz the purple-ish hues on the second wip might be a bit too much) altho the second idea is pretty neat too if better executed, hope to see it finished

    Mince Pockets: try using imageshack instead i like what u have so far, it should look good if u tighten up on the perspective like u said and also make the canvas bigger would make the scene look more epic and grand in my opinion


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    love that! i'll try to paint some stuff


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    Floating?

    A couple of sketches to think through some ideas, not sure whether to go with water or airborne yet.....
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    The Peshnakhan Bazaar, a mass of lost vessels and floating wreckage that forms the most diverse market place in the world. Its watery streets constantly changed by tides and the whims of its mercantile rulers. One of the most skilled, if overlooked, roles in this mass of humanity is that of the water stevedores who are relied on to honestly and safely ferry goods form the markets to the vessels of buyers who wait and the bazaar’s edge.

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    Went for the balloon route, too.

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    Here is now my first w.i.p., Imagine this bazzar being a city itself, massive in size. Went with act apalled's suggestion for the thumbs I ill change it back to a dutch tilt later hehe.

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    JoeSolo your thums are mad cool, if u dont mind me saying dicart the first thumb, the dramatisim in the other three are far more better, now withing those three i would choose beetwin the 3rd and forth because this two depict the bazaar as this massive but seemingly peacefull floating city.

    my personal pic would have to go to the fourth, the view and the sense of giantness in the baloom are just wonderfull

    Paperx Thnx man no need to worry, this sletches are far from done, i just rush to get my ideas down and then work on them as i said i love the cloudy sky but also de idea of the broomsticks,,so im looking for a way to mix both, and its also better cause let face it a ballon big enough to hold the bazaar should have to be titanic

    thanks for the follow up, and hope to see yours around here too

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    JoeSolo: I think overall the strongest of those four thumbnails is the second one. I looked at them and the first one that jumped out and kept me engaged and interested was that one. Overall it has a solid composition and the values are already fairly well balanced with values and shape types. I would say go with that one, I see good things.

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    Floating Bazaar

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    This is a floating bazaar that hovers between mountains to reach small towns.
    It never touches the ground and the only way to visit it is using a catapult. Only the really skillful deserve to buy the valuable items sold there.


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    Baltasar Ali jajajajaj Catapulting, the bazaar most have a really nasty wall, with the remains of those who failed..hilarious

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    Wow, Im not surprized that I wasn't the only one to choose balloons. Very enjoyable, not something I would choose to draw normally.

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    The day at the bazaar is just getting started. Everyone is getting set-up and connected.
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    Baltasar Ali, the catapult idea is hilarious. I like the "through-the-mountains" perspective too.
    zyphryus, the close-up perspective is great! Really captures the sense of colour, excitement ...and peril of the floating bazaar IMO. I love the two dangling shoppers/merchants!


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    RRRAAAAAAAAaaaRrrr!
    Ok, I think I'm done?
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    Yay, my first EOW! Crit it to pieces!

    WIP

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    And Finished!

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    Goran - I like the 'cobbled together' style yours, looks like it is slowly growing outward. Are you putting colour in afterward, interested to see how is comes out around all the little details. It almost seems complete just as sepia details.
    Idiot Apathy - I enjoy the feeling of light in the image.
    zyphryus - a very cheery scene, it occupies the space well. Are you going to include customers or a method of browsing the 'stalls' - I understand that it is setting up but I wondered whether you were going to include any hints.
    hallo - captures the market/bazaar feeling well. I like the feeling of scale and height.

    WIP Added (above), going for water scene, trying for a slightly claustrophobic and busy feel for the bazaar and maybe some oddness to bring out the magical aspect of the brief. Think that it will be a night scene so I can add a load of colour from lanterns etc. and interesting goods.

    Critique most welcome




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