hey dude! congratulations are in order! :applause: ur work speaks n the story even more! i agree with walrus as well! staying true to ur style is something very fulfilling! wishing u the very best mate! god bless!
Just dropped by to wish you a late happy new year and now I already see your final image:eek: !!
Big congrats for your finished scene:applause: , you know how much I like your special style and that I really enjoyed to follow your thread! And I love the little story for the scene.
So my best wishes now not only for the judgement, but also for your upcoming projects and I hope to see more from you soon:) …
Thank you. I admit that much of this style was new to me when I started - I’m still finding my way - but it was something I wanted to try out. Thanks for your visits to this thread and good luck in your own entry (which I might add is looking brilliant)
Thank you so much Sabrina. Your suggestions and encouragement made a big difference along the way and I appreciated them a lot. I started this challenge wondering what I was doing but ended up having a lot of fun and learning a heap of stuff, which is all good the way I look at it, and now it’s finished, well, I still don’t know what I’m doing. But I’ll definitely be wanting to enter more of these cg challenges and I sure hope to see a daWinky thread next time too.
Indeed love the little story too Mark!And just like I already said, love the style you came up with there!!!One of my fav’s!
You really prooved a lot of originlity there,amazing.
My best wishes too on the judging and all your future work, just like dawinky!
May zee forzz be wizz you mate!!!Was a pleasure to follow your work here!
very fun design!! a refreshingly different approach!! good luck!
Hey Remko, many thanks. It’s great having you back in this challenge again. I love the structure you’re creating in your image. I hope you find enough time for it. Good luck to you
Thank you. Much appreciated
Hey great work Mark, your image looks fantastic. Funny stuff too! Good Luck.
Thanks for that. Great to see you’re still powering on with your own ideas too
Wow Mark, You is finished!
Man nowadays a guy cant even go out fore a leak.
And when you come back the party is over
The final is fantastic! When you print posters (and make a fortune) I want one over my bed.
If Greg Bear dont fall fore the fantastic colours, composition, spaceships and those wonderful green little suckers
And insist that you get first prise
There is no justice in the universe!:wise:
Ps. Sorry I couldnt bee there fore you towards the end buddy! I sort of got sucked into two different film projects at once there. Lost control of time and space
Hey Per, it’s great to see you and your avatar back buddy. Two film projects eh? That sounds mighty impressive. I hope at least one of them has you in front of the cameras (alongside Cate Blanchett or Nicole Kidman). Yes, this challenge has gone quickly - we’re all a few months older (although some of us feel a few years older) and now a bunch of us are hauling our entries over the finish line. I personally won’t be expecting any prizes - largely because while the course was set for the fleet to sail in one direction I turned my boat around and took off in the opposite direction. My destination was always going to be different. But I thank you very much for your kind words of support.
It was a shame you weren’t able to find the time for your own entry - you were off to a great start. Maybe next time I hope. By the way, you know they extended the time a bit…
I didnt know they had extended the deadline. If the films get canned this week maybe I can finish
But I kind of hope that doesnt happen.
Actually I was offered a few seconds in front of the camera. As a body double in a steamy sex scene.
They say if I shave my butt and let them glue on nipples, I can play the close-up of a pair of boobs getting seriously fondled.
But I dont know maybe I should stick to my pencil
Anyway I have realy enjoyed your work here. And just like the journey challenge it feels like there is a whole book in your material here. Two actually, one about the armada going to that great lump of cheese in the sky. And one even funnier about you and your engineers working out this project.
It has been great fun to follow.
By the way is the weather abnormal down where you live??
I we never seen a winter like this in all my days. It is mid January and I have hardly seen any snow yet
The temperature is +6 C usually when I was growing up there would be -30 C and +1meter snow most of January.
Weird stuff is going on
On the upside I can probably start growing bananas and pineapples in my garden soon.
Hey Per, great to hear from you buddy.
Once again your comments made me laugh out loud. I don’t know what to suggest about your budding acting career though - I suppose a lot depends on who’s sharing the scene with you. And yeah, it looks like it might be a bit late to get your EON entry across the line in time. Maybe next time?
Cheers! My girlfriend says the same thing - she thinks I should turn both challenges into kids’ books. I might too, although writing a kids’ story is quite tricky. And I’d have to speed up my workflow a bit too.
You bet it is. Every year is the new hottest year on record. Rainfall is up in some parts of Australia and way down along the south east coast (where I live). In Sydney it hit 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit) in spring. And there are fires down south which have been burning for weeks and they can’t put them out. It’s gone crazy.
I will surly try to do the next challenge if I have the time.
Maybe they could call it crazy weather. [font=Wingdings]J[/font]
By the way just now a few snowflakes are passing by outside my window.
Winter could still happen, Noting is as depressing as grey skies and rain fore weeks on end.
I think you should do what your Girlfriend says with the childrens books.
In fact in my long experience with women you should always do what your girlfriend says!
If you want a peaceful life that is.
I know there is a lot of work with a book; I have had a few ideas my self in my time. But there are about 4 million people speaking Norwegian in the world, so the market has its limitations. Im not sure of how many English speaking there are in the world.
But I estimate it could be more than 4 mil
Wow, more snowflakes! I must go find my skis!
yay! how refreshing excellent piece man, love your style
thank you for your confidence in the idea of a children’s book. I’ll definitely give it some serious thought.
I hope that weather is sorting itself out over there in Norway. Here in Australia it’s still a bit of a worry too. The bush fires down south haven’t stopped burning in lots of places - they can’t put them out. We could use some of that Norwegian rain you mentioned
Awwww, thanks for that. Much appreciated. Based on the approach I took I’m not expecting any prizes unless about 400 people suddenly mysteriously withdraw their entries, but comments like that mean a lot
The most cosmic
Hey Mark, jst a quick line to say this is brilliant, truly a unique view, and thanks for kind comments you left on my thread.
Cheers Dan. Much appreciated mate
Thank you Sean. Good luck on your own entry. It was great to see your final image
congrats on your priceless final, love it to it’s last poly! absolutely lovely work and instant crush apeal for your greenguy ^^
best of luck on the final mate and see ya next challenge
Some late thanks to you! I admit I felt a bit unsure about taking such a bizarre departure from the hard sci-fi type of work so I really appreciate such kind words as yours