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EOW 120: Capitol city, Gas Planet
Briefremise: humans have conquered and settled space, one of the centers of culture and civilization is located on a gas planet, This capital city is a shining gem in a hostile but beautiful environment
Required elements: City
Depiction of the Environment
Non-humans and non-human architectural elements optional
DUE September 30th 2009
NO description required, say what you need to say visually.
FOLLOW THE TOPIC.
POST YOUR FINAL HERE THREAD.
SAVE YOUR FILES IN THE FOLLOWING FORMAT. EOW##_Nickname
PLACE THE IMAGE IN A FRAME WITH YOUR NAME/TOPIC
example from CHOW
(you can add CA logo, etc).
Add an icon to you final post
150 pixels either direction
PLEASE OUTSIDE HOST THE ICON
Last edited by chaosrocks; October 2nd, 2009 at 05:44 PM.
Last edited by Vaghauk; September 30th, 2009 at 03:59 PM. Reason: try to place the icon....
Art is a Weapon
DESIGN WITH CAUTION !
Last edited by thescala; September 30th, 2009 at 06:28 PM.
Great work everybody!
I was thinking about the transformers movie from the 80's with these colors that I used. I wanted to create an intricate and epic city platform. With gravity low there would be no real specific order in which the city was built. -
-Lighter materials would allow the city to float.
-Industrial, finacial & residential would be intertwined.
I want to go there and hang out.
and might I add
honestly you all moved me to tears to see all the the incredible entries coming in
Does it take a while for the voting to kick in, after it's closed? I guess it's a matter of arranging all those icons and configuring the vote? Or is there another thread somewhere? (First time, sorry!)
my apologies my nets have been down, since wednesday
I will get caught up and the poll up later today.
this is a big round so It will take alittle while to get it done
I will put the new round up some time today as well
again , my apologies... but you all know Im a terrible slacker
Wowie, great work from everyone!!!!
new round posted
I voted for formit_acid.
He played with the 3 required keywords "Planet" "Gas" "Capital-huge city" really well and with just one look we know that its a huge city on a gas Planet.Though i would liked to see some more "smokes" and gas from the planet.
I liked the background of space, superb work..!
i wanted to vote for more paintings but i skipped the "MULTI-vote part" damn.. anyways..
Last edited by Biomecha_wolf; October 2nd, 2009 at 10:12 PM.
I missed the deadline but here is my entry for what it's worth.
I voted fuseboy, his design was the best and quite unique in this battle. The downspiraling of the whirl is impressive, one of the pics that depicted "gas planet" best in my opinion.
I failed to recognize this was a multivote, unfortunately. I would have voted Stinger88 as well, if that doesn't scream "capitol city" then I don't know. Badger's entry is a little off-topic I guess, but still looks really nice and original. no_name_brand has nice design going on, colors could be a little more interesting tho. guilefine rocked the show this round, really impressive vista, so much going on. A little loose perhaps, but that's just fine.
Still, fuseboy's design won the show for me. Great round, I'm looking forward to the new one!
My votes went to Fuseboy for a very nice idea, and to psantha for a good depiction of hostile environment these planets have. Pretty cool round I must say.
I liked them all, great work everyone! But I voted for Fuseboy and Mishkin ..... both of these really give me the impression of being associated with a "gas planet". The ideas were clearly represented and well illustrated.
"Creativity emerges only when the imagination is given the freedom it deserves."
Wow, I'm doing much better than I thought I would. Thanks, gang! I voted for quite a few paintings.
I can't understand why badger's not doing better, it's on-brief and really beautiful! It has a Dinotopia sort of feel to me, or perhaps vaguely steampunk.
Vaghauk, yours was my wife's favourite. :-)
By the way, I voted for myself also - wasn't sure if you were supposed to, but since nobody else did, make sure to subtract one from mine in the final tally.