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mikefeil
10-18-2004, 02:33 PM
Michael Feil has entered the Grand Space Opera 3D.

mikefeil
10-18-2004, 02:45 PM
woo folks, gotta massive project going on at college, but I'll try and get something finished hopefully for this.


Anywayysss.

IDEA 1 ::

A scene depicting some sought of huge robotic (borg style) invasion on a peacfeul, human space station settlement (mainly used for harvisting food, and very small scientific advancements) however through the unity and compassion of the people, as well as the power of there harvesting equipment and whatever other little weapons they could dig up and put together, THEY WON!

This went down as one of the biggest david and goliath battles ever one in space quardrent x42381 history!!!
WOW!
haha

http://images.amazon.com/images/P/156458321X.01.LZZZZZZZ.gif

if u have seen the styles of these books, that is what im thinking.

more ideas and concepts to come.

mikefeil
10-18-2004, 04:19 PM
IDEA 2::The great battle for d72681's 3rd quadrent, also know as Earth, will always go down as man's final battle for freedom of oppression by the neighbouring, Marsian species ( the indigenous species of Mars. The Marsian species lived under the planets outter most crust for 1000's of years waiting till the surface conditions were just right so that they could thrive again. However when the day came for them to pack up there stuff and move onto the now perfect surface, they were greeted by Human Beings. To save a long story short, both species disagreed on the rightful ownership of the planet and a war broke out, one of the first of its kind rather.

All that remains now (about 2000 years after this event) is chunks of both planets, alot of deserted and destroyed space artilery, basically a space wasteland of the original home of the human species.

All that pass's this area now is junk collectors and the occasional people reflecting on our history.

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