View Full Version : ALIENWARE Challenge Entry: Lazar Adrian
10 October 2003, 08:35 AM
Lazar Adrian has entered the ALIENWARE Challenge.
01 January 2004, 08:06 AM
the concept that i made
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01 January 2004, 08:19 AM
and the final render
01 January 2004, 08:33 AM
I hope this helps.
While looking at my image I provided meself with a checklist. and answered it myself as well. Take a good look at your image and ask yourself these questions. If you are satisfied with your answers then your probably on the right track.
Q: You are standing on some unknown alien setting. This location seems to be whispering to you,
Q: you have a feeling that something was created here.
Q: maybe even the land itself is alive.
Q: The location seems unpopulated, but not necessarily abandoned or neglected, nor rusting or decaying,
Q: but life forms are inexistent.
Q: The location where you stand seems to be moving and it is difficult to comprehend its function or intent.
Q: The surfaces and materials that surround you are nothing like you have ever seen before.
Q: The design and layout of the location defies logic or the laws of physics, though only slightly, it seems that reality here is somewhat obscure.
Q: You feel a sense of grandness and awe, your breath is coming in short tight gasps from witnessing this alien phenomenon as it starts to overwhelm you. You cry out, "Is anyone there?"
Tip#2 – if the lights are on, then somebody must be there.
Tip#3 – Freezing grapes suspends their animation.
Dear colleagues in the cg arts,
I have scanned through almost all your works. In my book all of you are winners. Because we were all pushed to the very outskirts of our creativity and having so much fun at the same time. Your imagination is truly unique, inspirational, and your own original creation. Nobody can take that away from you. Remember that. But, the reality of things…is reality itself. Someone has to contain our imagination to an acceptable level. Whether it be a client, our boss, or the general public. We know what we want but they know what is best. Rules and regulations are definitely on reality’s corner. I am not saying reality is the enemy of imagination. Since imagination has no rules then we are in a better position to comprehend.
Frank Lloyd Wright was a genius but his imagination was contained within the boundaries of the structures. So was Spielberg and his movies, and so are each and everyone of you and your design…think about it.
good luck and do remember....
"WE CREATE, WE IMAGINATE"
01 January 2004, 07:09 PM
Nice image. Reminds me a little of that Bjork video that was part of the SIGGRAPH Electronic Theater this year. I think it was called "Nature is Ancient" or something like that.
Best of luck to you. :thumbsup:
01 January 2004, 07:48 AM
the final! render, no post procesing!
01 January 2006, 10:00 AM
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