Grand Space Opera 3D Entry: Gulchin Ozer


Gulchin Ozer has entered the Grand Space Opera 3D.

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Latest Update: Rendering: modeling/rendering

and another wip


Welcome and good luck!


Hi all!:slight_smile:


I didn’t Understand the concept! There is a story behind?


[color=white]Sirius is the brightest star on which existed a peace civilization refused from use of the weapon, and from conducting interplanetary wars. But the dream of peace coexistence became utopy, after the civilization of Sirius was completely destroyed. Now for possession of it there are severe wars between huge empires of evil.[/color]
In the scetch I show the moment of destroing one of the big cities by the gravitational mechanism-weapon which results in earthquake on a surface of a planet, destroys city and involves as a magnet it in itself with big speed.
Excuse for bad english :slight_smile:


The star of [color=deepskyblue]Isis, called Sothis, or Sirius, is the brightest star in our night sky. Modern astronomy has determined that it is only 8 1/2 light-years distant, and traveling directly towards Earth at many thousands of miles per hour. The Ancient Egyptians believed that Sirius had a tremendous effect upon life on our planet.[/color]

[left]The system of Sirius contains two known stars, the first binary star system discovered. The larger and brighter of the two, Sirius [color=red]A, is three times the mass of our sun, and over ten times as bright. Shining with a brilliant blue-white radiance, Sirius A easily overshadows her darker companion star. Sirius B is a “white dwarf” star, invisible to the naked eye and packing the equivalent mass of our sun into an incredibly dense globe only 4 times the diameter of our Earth.[/color][/left]
[left]The Sirius system is directly “upstream” of our solar system within the galactic arm of our Milky Way Galaxy. Because of this, we now know that the polarized energies of Sirius do indeed wash over us. Modern science is yet to discover if this vast current of highly charged particles affects solar activity or life on Earth .
[left]By coming directly towards us, Sirius creates an axis of rotation with Earth relative to the stellar background. Because of this, of all the stars in the sky, only the annual heliacal rising of Sirius exactly matches the length of our solar year, 365.25 days.


i think gravitational magnet-weapon must looks like it


Nice idea, the moment I saw you image I knew it was a gravitaion rift tearing up the planet. I was waiting to see if anyone was going to implement gravitational waves in the work. Good start.

On the composition, I really would like to see the surprised look of soilders and civilians as their bodies start to float away with the rest of their world, and maybe a desprate few holding on vainly to anything they can on the ground.

Looking forward to this comp.

buena suerta … amiga…


Awesome Idea! Good Luck in the challenge


Good Story i love it! And good sketch too!!:thumbsup:

It can be a very impressive final image!! Keep going!! :buttrock:


thank you guys so much for supporting!


Hey, Nice concept, I like your idea. gravitational magnet-weapon, nice imagination.
Cant wait to see the 3d version.:thumbsup:


Nice story and thanks to explain us about the sirius!:thumbsup:

Work on and show us some magic!


wow, the ideo of that weapon lifting up everithing in the surface is awesome, i cant wait to see the final image


Nice concept so far.
I will surely step by to see your progress.
Best wishes…


Very nice imagery here, will have to keep watching…goodluck :thumbsup:


First sketch “the end of Sirius” sounds very interesting.
I’ll stay close to watch your work
Good luck :thumbsup:


Grazie per i complimenti… You speak Italian?

I’m waiting your Wips!.. I love your pictures “ya.jpg”… sei bellissima, quasi come me!:stuck_out_tongue:

Good luck


gr8 start dear lady… nice hot colors… and u got a nice concept there too… i’ll b waiting for some more of ur gr8 works… keep it up and best of luck… gr8 to c lady in this challange :thumbsup:


Great concept - and nice sketches too. Looking forward to see the rest!