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A interesting piece, looks quite different. The science fiction design is nice, makes it stand out amongst other works. The real touches of sky and water work perfectly with the wooden city, finishing the piece off effectively. Well done, looking forward to more.
Obviously you would already know that this is simply made of wood, but by the impossible and bad structural design, (Some of the buildings on the left could collapse at any moment) I can honestly say this is not a representation of a real place. Also, by the description, ~gotpostseasonwedo was going for "a kind of science-fiction city,". It IS interesting that it's got the actual sky as a background, and water in front. It DOES look like a real place. However, I stand by my no.
What are you talking about? The structural design is ingenious. The wood is crossbeamed from top to bottom. If the structures were unstable they could not be supported at this size; wind alone would do them in. Granted, this is obviously not a real place, but I have no idea how you're gauging the structural integrity
Hmm..... I can see what you mean... I was simply trying to answer you're question the way I thought it, however. And I'm not certain it's as tall as you think it is. The only way to BE certain is if steps into the conversation.
I see. I thought you WERE... guess I have to pay more attention to that stuff. I've looked closer, as I've basically already said, and I can see what I thought was 'wierd' to still be upwards is well-thought out design. At a glance, I couldn't see extra supporting wood parts, hence what I thought above.