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My first concept art

Post by Hexodin » 12 Sep 2005, 20:04

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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 12 Sep 2005, 20:16

Hey this is a very good one as a first one :D

Maybe you'd like to try as plant monster as well? :roll:
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Post by Hexodin » 12 Sep 2005, 20:45

Thank you! I'll try to make plant monsters. :)
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Post by maci » 12 Sep 2005, 21:43

yeah looks very promising so far :)
hope to see sth more from you in the future
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Post by Hexodin » 13 Sep 2005, 01:31

More to see.

Hope you like it!

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Post by Kineticstorm » 13 Sep 2005, 01:57

Wow, that looks very unique and original.
I like it! Good job! 8)
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Post by Crush » 13 Sep 2005, 02:12

now we just need someone who realizes your concepts. any volunteers?
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 13 Sep 2005, 09:05

Sorry if I didn't tell you before, but I was talking about a non-moving plant, this way it will be easier to make it into sprites (will require less sprites since those for walking are not used).

Anyway great work again!
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Post by Hexodin » 13 Sep 2005, 12:38

a plant monster that cannot move :)

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Post by Pajarico » 13 Sep 2005, 13:39

I don't like the idea that the pot has eyes. It's a natural born monster, a life being, not a haunted pot. :wink:
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Post by Matt » 13 Sep 2005, 13:44

The eyes are only a drawing ;)
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Post by Pajarico » 13 Sep 2005, 13:48

Matt wrote:The eyes are only a drawing ;)
do you mean a drawing in the pot? if is that, it would be a lot of coincidence that the pot cracked just under the eye, makina hole that is very like a mouth; or maybe you are saying that the plant painted but that's kinda unlikely :P
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Post by Hexodin » 13 Sep 2005, 13:56

It's only a suggestion, a concept. The pixel artists can modify it.

But I think you've reason: It's not a haunted pot! But if we think in all details...

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The eyes is not painted in the pot. The idea is to be real eyes.

But a hauted object is not a bad idea!
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Post by Kineticstorm » 13 Sep 2005, 14:13

ElvenProgrammer wrote:I was talking about a non-moving plant, this way it will be easier to make it into sprites
The first plant does not need to be a moving one. :wink:
We can just have the roots going into the ground which look like legs but it doesn't move. :)
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Post by Rotonen » 13 Sep 2005, 20:12

The bee's rear part looks a bit heavy to fly with.

I'd use real carnivorous plants as an example for the veggie monster: more like traps than actively hunting vermin.

http://www.sarracenia.com/faq.html

To most people these alone look alien enough to be "original". The same method was used for example in the newer Star Wars movies: everything had a referrence in real life. (I think the gungans were modelled after an African tribe etc..)
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