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Fall Of Hector

Innlegg mischeviouslittleelf 19 Jan 2009, 22:33

Mitt bidrag til CGS konkuransen som blei ferdig i dag. Temaet var steampunk og man skulle ta en klassisk myte eller legende og gjøre den i steampunk setting. Her er mitt bilde^^

Historien bak:

(klippet ut fra CGS)

The Fall of Hector

The story you are about to hear is a segement of Odysseus' "The Illiad".

Many were the Heroes that fought and died in this conflict, but these pages may only hold the names of the greatest.

Among the invading forces were Agamemnon and his brother Menelaos, both generals of vast armies of men. There was Ajax the Greater, the strongest of all the heroes, both on greek and trojan side, and Ajax the Lesser, a man whose lack of stature did not stop him from being a fierce fighter. There was Odysseus, Grand Marshall of Ithica, and the greatest Hero of them all, Achilles.

In the Trojan line stood champions such as the ballistic master Paris, whose artillery was unmatched on the battlefield. There was Memnon, the leader of the Trojan infantry, and Aeneas, who was the greatest fighter among the Trojan, only bested by Hector.

Heroes of these times were not only made heroes by their deeds, but also by their armour and weapons. Those who went into the thick of the fight would usually have their engineers build them great mechanical walkers, rising above the fray, and as such singeling each other out for battle. No two sets of armour were alike, all were made to fit the needs of their pilot, the heroes themselves.

We enter the story after the invading forces of the United Greek Confederation had taken the shores of the Trojan homeland.

As the war went on, and weeks became months, months became years, the oposing forces fought back and forth for the control of the great sky port of Troy. The control of the shoreline, however, ment that the Greeks could control whatever trading was to be done over the Egeean air space, and so the Trojans would make their attacks again and again, drive the intruders from their lands.

During one especially fierce attack, where Achilles, the foremost hero of the greek forces, refused to parttake, his lieutenant, Patrocles, stole his armour and went to battle in his stead to try and save the greek forces from defeat. Young and foolish as he was, he rushed straight for Hector, demanding him to fight and thus rushing to his doom. Hector, thinking his opponent was the greatest warrior in the enemy force did not hold back, and even though Patrocles was known as a fair fighter, he stood no chance against the Grand Champion of Troy. He was killed as a round from Hector's cannon pierced a weak spot in the cockpit armour and killed him.

Learning of the death of his most beloved lieutenant, Achilles had his men bring the armour and Petrcles' body back to the camp. The armour was rebuilt stronger and better by the master craftsman Hephaestus, and his league of engieneers, and Patrocles was burned, as was tradition, and then, Achilles went to have his vengance.

The next time the two great forces met, Achilles, maddened by his loss, drove his forces into the heart of the Trojan line, causing it to break and flee back to the safety of their walls, yet Hector, in his battlesuit, remained outside, ready to fight Achilles. Wether he did this for honour or for he was arogant is hard to say, but an
intense fight ensued between the two. After the balance of the fight had shifted a multitude of times, Achilles finaly brought Hectors suit to the ground with a shot that severed one of the main preasure distributors, causing a chain reactions of overloads.

The image is set just before Achilles delivers the killing blow to his moral enemy, bringing about the doom of Troy and himself.

Image and text:

Even Mehl Amundsen
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Re: Fall Of Hector

Innlegg superrune 20 Jan 2009, 00:03

Veldig tøfft, spesielt liker jeg kontrasten imellom lyset på karakterene og det blå lyset bakfra!

Savner nok mere definisjon på bakken og miljøet, hadde vært interessant å sett hvilken verden de er i. Var det bevisst at du ikke gjorde noe der?
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Re: Fall Of Hector

Innlegg egil 26 Jan 2009, 00:15

hey Even

kjempetøft bilde.. bra renders og spennende detaljer mht. funksjonalitet :)
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Re: Fall Of Hector

Innlegg mischeviouslittleelf 23 Feb 2009, 07:19

Takk for responsen gutter:)

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