conceptual drawings

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  • Users can view floor plans, conceptual drawings and photos of the castle and obstacle course.
  • Cobb also created some conceptual drawings of the Alien, but these were not used.
  • Well before the choice of villain, Arad had had conceptual drawings prepared for the character.
  • The DVD comes with an art book, containing stills from the film, as well as conceptual drawings, photographs and more.
  • Although the final building was less ornate than the original conceptual drawings, it still cost over $1 million when it was completed in 1924.
  • There are also conceptual drawings prepared by Walt Disney for the planning of the Games.
  • To this end, he set two months aside for the creation of hundreds of conceptual drawings detailing various possible interactions between the parts, and a further four months for practical testing and development.
  • Conceptual drawings for the possible improvements include enclosed concourses on the east and west sides of the stadium and additions to the north side that will finally complete the lower bowl.
  • Conceptual drawings from before the game's release depict Jerry as a sinister and villainous soldier.
  • Conceptual drawings were developed to relate the character of the project and to outline the major components of the MMTC.
  • The armor pieces of the costume were also designed from conceptual drawings by Ralph McQuarrie.
  • Their designs were based on conceptual drawings by Ralph McQuarrie.
  • "I just found myself drawn into this world of those drawings that are abstractions of future realities, but in this case they took the conventional model of those kinds of conceptual drawings and really made a movement."
  • Since joining OCC, Jason finds the most challenging part of his job to be taking two dimensional conceptual drawings and modelling and reshaping them into fully functional three dimensional parts.
  • Seifert's scheme was never implemented in its entirety - conceptual drawings of the complex dating from the mid-1960s show a second phase immediately to the west of the first, which had an extended shopping plaza and three additional housing towers.
  • In 1999, Wagner produced some early conceptual drawings for director Robert Rodriguez (who was also a cartoonist at the University of Texas at the same time as Wagner) for his film Spy Kids, though he did not work on the film during production or any of its sequels.
  • The designs of the Nostromo and its attachments were based on combinations of Ridley Scott's storyboards and Ron Cobb's conceptual drawings.
  • The conceptual drawings for the fighting machines, drawn by Warwick Goble, accompanied the initial appearance of The War of the Worlds in Pearson's Magazine in 1897.
  • Conceptual drawings included yacht-shaped towers that housed suites, a casino resembling the Sydney Opera House and a tall Ferris wheel type attraction dubbed a "Sky Wheel".
  • Robert H. Cumming (born 1943, Worcester, Massachusetts) is an American painter, sculptor, photographer, and printmaker best known for his photographs of conceptual drawings and constructions, which layer meanings within meanings, and reference both science and art history.