A team of alien soldiers descend in their mechanized armor upon an unsuspected earth city, they come for payback from millions of years ago when the ancestors of the Atlanteans navigated the stars and caused them some ofense that not even our craziest legends recall "We are not guilty! We try to explain, but it doesn't matter to them, they haven't forgot and their thist for revenge is burning...
Great design! I always like to see pipework in mecha designs, i suppose because we see them all the time on industrial robots, so it adds a functional realism to a concept. I have to say the legs are superb , they are just...right!
lol, yeah. When I was in Industrial Design, flashy was great (provided there werent too many lens flares). but now that im in illustration, i can no longer just rely on pretty shiny stuff...i have to work on creating pieces that have more meaning/emotion/impact. I need more concept.
but there will always be a special place in my heart for that shininess...(=
hey, with your talent, i know you could get into Risd... i dont know if thats an option for your rite now, but you should keep it in mind (or any art school). Its one continuous art critiquing environment full of very talented people from all sorts of backgrounds. anywho, talk later, look forward to seeing more of your work! (=
well like my pops says, you are never too old for anything!!! lol... but the money part i completely understand. im sure you are aware of steambot (exodyssey book and soon-to-be game), but i feel like you could work well with them...
well no, its a reoccurring transient life form that volunteered to control a bio-engineered tentacle-eee carbon mass body.... thats is now in a human-made, War Strider....which is now helping the alliance relinquish a parasite infested planet (full of zombies). He is seeking redemption from his former sins apparently, so now he fights to help others... so that he may escape the never ending limbo that his soul is confined to. the question is, will his creator accept his violent actions as heroic selflessness, or see it as merely a childish/short-termed anger resolution?