OMG!!! This is brilliant!!! I do concentric circles, as well but I love that you've incorporated Steampunk, etc. into yours. Can't even tell you how much, I'm enjoying this! I will be telling my steampunk friends about you!!! Awesome! Congrats!!!
Very inspiring! Symmetry's cool, but catchy - I like this one, it reminds me of the inner workings of an aircraft engine! * Awesome work! I see a nice bit of an Aztec influence too!
BTW, Are you a pilot/mechanic by trade? Or engineer? maybe a technical writer of some sort? Almost looks like you should apply for a patent! Heh! you want weird? you should have a peek at some of my stuff!
? Ok, Welcome to what I am unsure of - but thank you & congrats on the DD too!
I've been working on a game mod for 'Unreal Tournament 2004' for some time now - using the Unreal Engine Editor that comes with the game. So I'm always looking for cool input & feedback with new ideas/content to possibly include in it. It started out as a simple remake of the Descent game series 1 2 & 3 for UT2004, and will continue to grow into further developments.
The basic environmental theme for it is 'Ancient Alien Worlds' and it's technology being reanimated through a new malicious(self replicating) ‘hybrid computer virus’ that is infecting and controlling old and new technology alike, that must be stopped at all costs.
The game play is mostly Search & Rescue missions to infected areas & facilities to retrieve virus related information, hostages & trapped personnel, for the single player campaigns – with Deathmatch, Assault, Capture the Flag & various other game play modes associated with the original games.
If you have any old concepts or ideas that you have never used, and don't really plan to in the near future - since you have moved on to bigger and better things, I'd love to see some. And maybe even use them in the game mod, with your permission of course - and you would receive credit for your contributions.
So, did you get the invite to DropBox I sent the other day?
You can also go to the 'Unreal Developer Network'(UDN) Website here: [link] to download the older free demo Developer version to get a small taste of the possibilities of using your art in a 3d gaming engine environment! Just take a few screen shots to show of your stuff! You could even do a bit of post work on them in PS if they don't look quite right to you!
I got hooked on it as soon as I put some of my stuff into a map level and saw how cool it looked!