ah, I am looking back at these pieces now, and I cannot help but knotice the similarities between these tripods and those of 'Prophet'! was one project an offshoot from the other?
if so, this project you have created here might serve as some sort of a ...prequel?... or, a 'companion'?.... of Prophet, or perhaps could be included in an issue of the comic at some point? if, of course, that would even begin to make sense, or is at all relevant to the story...
even so, I do hope you find the time to expand upon this project at some point, as I quite like it!
Well, about enough for the beginning of development for a story. It'd still need a lot more, but I'm starting to figure out the basic political-social relationships between the different species - or, at least how they might effect characters placed into the setting.
I think the best part of this class has been introducing to me the idea that the landscape can play just as important a part in defining the character of your story/setting as your characters - which is a pretty significant revelation, I think.
Gah! I just had to fave all of them, they're all so cool! I think I especially like this one, though. Not entirely sure why. I think it might be that it's got an arid setting. And the water robbery bit.
I very much like this project! most definetly one of your best as of yet! the tribed is fantastic, I am quite fond of his clothing, which reminds me rather of some of the garb worn by your dinosuaroids... the buildings in the background have a very nice vibe to them as well, the entire piece comes off as a greatly atmospheric and arid one!
hmmm, I have recently been viewing photographs of the people of India, Tibet, Pakistan, and other such places... the cultural diversity of these people and the clothing worn by them is always rather interesting to behold, and provides great inspiration for the garb of both human and non human characters... as long as the designs are not simply copied.