The description from the original thread:
"I am partial to futuristic looking things, so naturally my inclination was to interpret "Noah's Ark" in that fashion. I thought about an alien ecosystem needing to flee their dying planet via spacecraft. The pods (green) lift species from the crumbling surface and they're off to rebuild somewhere else.
When it comes to the forms... I tried to blend specific elements, though very subtly, into the design of the ship. The main section is based on the traditional hull of a nautical ship, typically a "U" or "V" shape. The upper section (or bridge) is actually based on a "cross" design (not trying to be religiously insensitive or anything of the sort, so I hope people don't see it as that). I had the thought, "What would the designers of this ship think, when presented with this task?" Maybe they'd start the design utilizing some symbolic form elements related to the biblical tale, and then actually call it, "Noah's Ark". Hope that doesn't offend anyone"
Ok this turned out crap, my first totally wacom/ps made peice, so I guess (and pray) it will only get better from here. Basically its just a dark blurry mess. Im posting it here so people can crit the shit out of it and hopefully something good will come out of this abomination.
OT: "On the same day all the fountains of the great deep were broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened, and the rain was upon the earth"
Last edited by Ragnj; February 17th, 2010 at 12:01 PM.
JanJager: No worries for being a little late, since I'm a little late myself. One little note though: since IDW is not necessarily an illustration challenge as much as a design challenge, so if most of your design is hidden behind the illustration it doesn't read as well.