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  11 November 2004
Hi there . I liked the history alot .

I found a little strange cause the color concept has nothing to do with the black and white
You could explain this again for us.
That red light is essential to the scene , I dont known how it will look in 3d but if you want to show chaos the red light could interact more with the ambient .
I have a Giger feeling about this ship Muhuhahaha , maybe that windows in a diagonal angle. Or maybe just me.
good luck.
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  11 November 2004
Originally Posted by BartokDesign: Hi there . I liked the history alot .

I found a little strange cause the color concept has nothing to do with the black and white
You could explain this again for us.
That red light is essential to the scene , I dont known how it will look in 3d but if you want to show chaos the red light could interact more with the ambient .
I have a Giger feeling about this ship Muhuhahaha , maybe that windows in a diagonal angle. Or maybe just me.
good luck.
Wich Concept Do u Mean???
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  11 November 2004
The colored shows a room and the Black and white draw shows many rooms .
Maybe I should read all again.
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  11 November 2004
Ha Ha Ha Ha
Ver Is Many Room In The Wiht And Block ???
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  11 November 2004
concepts

hey u got some nice looking concept drawings... good luck mate
 
  11 November 2004
Well im confused , but im sure you known what you are doing so Ill wait .
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  11 November 2004
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mh, I think your idea is too claustrophobic to illustrate the "space opera" concept.

Of course, it is just my point of view.


Good luck
 
  11 November 2004
Originally Posted by texxx: mh, I think your idea is too claustrophobic to illustrate the "space opera" concept.

Of course, it is just my point of view.


Good luck
Yes Texx I Think So I Am Going To Creat Another Concept Soon ( Not Very heavy)

More Comment Of you Will Help Me To
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  11 November 2004
Originally Posted by BartokDesign: Well im confused , but im sure you known what you are doing so Ill wait .
Ok Ok
But Dont Fogot That....
I am Always looking For More Comments
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  11 November 2004
Sorry I didn't reply earlier (stupid auto email thing failed to notify me of the recent additions to this thread).

I still like the idea behind the concept, just I don't feel that the latest composition works too well - maybe because it's only a line drawing, and so I still can't fully picture where you're coming from, I dunno.

Maybe try rearranging the composition completely - or keeping certain elements, but changing others. When you first described the new concept I always had a huge city gate inbed into a rock face in my mind, with a path leading from this down to the viewer... but that was just my impression.

If you have got another concept sketch brewing then I'd really like to see it.

Also, I think that some of the confusion in the previous few posts is down to the fact that a few people didn't realise that you scrapped the first concept - hence the colour image (your escape pod concept) not having anything to do with this new line drawing.
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  11 November 2004
You've got quite a lot of good ideas going, but you simply have to think BIGGER!

BIG EFFING THINGS!

Now go draw some really huge things, and don't come back until you're done Thennnnn, start modeling the huge things. OK? Deal? Deal.
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  11 November 2004
Love the visualization

Keep up the great work






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  11 November 2004
You've got some interesting ideas there. You should give us more sketches however so we can see exactly what your planning. Good luck!

peace
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  11 November 2004
Hey friend i though to drop by to give u a helping push....i think u should consider texxx and JamesMK suggestions....

THINK BIG...BIG ...REALLY BIG

REALLY ..REALLY BIG

...am i helping guys?...errr..ok i will shut up now!
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  11 November 2004
Steve...........Thanks BuT what They Say Is Right.The Concepts Are Not Very Very Big.I wlaways Look For Your Great Comments.

Texxx...........Thanks For Your Comment.More comment Make Me Happy.

james Mk...... I will Nevere Com Back To This Challenge. Ok Ok I am Just Joking
Thanks I realy Likes Your Comments.

HieSpike....... Maybe i Should Look For A VeryBig Concept LastNight I Work On That But It was Not Intresting At all.I hope I will Finde The Bigest

DimitrisLiatsos........ Wow Nice To See Here dimit It Is My pleasur.Ok OK Know I Will think Biger Enough ok? You Will Help A lot I know .Thanks For your Comment

Thanks Every Body For Your Powerfull And Usefull Comments
More Comments Makes me More Happy
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