MGW-1 screenplay


IMAGINE CIVILIZATION:
A civilization of intelligent extraterrestrial creatures - the Briellers. The Briellers discover the Earth and find the planet dull, primitive compared to their own astonishing scientific achievements. There's nothing of use on Earth for the Briellers. Still, they are drawn to the Earth by what seems a trivial detail - the planet stands on a path of their further expansion. They decide the Earth must be conquered.

THE BLOOD PROGRAM:
There are many ways to conquer. But the Briellers don't want to shed their own blood against what they perceive to be a primitive life form. No. The Briellers design a pattern to create and manipulate the conquest from distance. A pattern to pit friend against friend. Neighbor against neighbor. Blood against blood. The infamous Blood Program.The outcome of a war is known before it had begun. The Briellers always win.    

ENTER MGW:
A way to execute the Blood Program leads through a member, or a group, that belongs to those about to be conquered. You take him while he's young. You break him away from his own. You use science to make him unstoppable.  He becomes a highly adaptable product of enormous strength that knows only one thing. To execute his mission. How do you know you're looking at MGW? Well, you just do. Because you'll either bow or vanish.

The previous lines serve as intro to my newest spec science fiction screenplay, MGW-1. Because MGW-1 is a spec screenplay, dealing with fictional civilization, I decided to open up about few things that I believe are very important. MGW-1 is the third screenplay I had finished this year, easily making it my most productive year ever in this department.

MGW-1 synopsis:
In the distant future, the advanced civilization of the Briellers discovers Earth during their galactic expansion.  To conquer the planet, the Briellers activate their Blood Program, unleashing on the Earth a product that is nothing short of a miracle of science - known as MGW.

MGW-1 extras:
Original title: MGW-1 (IGW during brainstorming, MGW before starting the project)
Type of Work: Screenplay
Genre: Science fiction/ Action
Word count: slightly over 27000 (126 pages)

Download and read MGW-1 preview. Follow link ----> MGW-1

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Age of Machines - Dungeon

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Dungeon is the second image in the Age of Machine series. This image features one of my favorite movie villains ED 209. There are actually two EDs guarding chained prisoners as we peek at them through a broken window. Perhaps we're tucked in a neglected utility room, trying to avoid attention while pondering what to do next and how to pass the guards.

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Age Of Machines - Humans Beware

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I'm starting a new series on the blog. This time, it is a visual series of images under collective title Age of Machines. There'll be plenty of parts, robots, metals, machinery... anything in regards with advancing technology. Although I've never done anything similar I hope to put up decent images. This series, as well as most entries of this blog, will be a bit dark, dystopian. It'll feature plenty of fictional villains; some very well known others created by myself.

It all starts with this grungy display of tortured Frankenstein machine head I created in 3D. As a matter of fact that head is the third item I modeled. The first two will come later as part of Age of Machine series. With this head, I wanted something primitive. Something scary that's full of old parts and new components mixed together. You'll find light bulbs as eyes, bent nails as teeth, CPU inside of this head's mouth and head while electrical plug is right in the middle of it's forehead.

Background of this image consists of metal parts, CPUs, coolers, hammers, etc, placed atop rusty board. There's a lens added around the head as well as flare that bounces off.  Original file, made in 32 bit channel hoovered over 700MB in size and in file extension not accepted by google. I downsized it to only 2MB in jpeg to be able to post it. Hopefully I didn't loose too many details.

More to come in upcoming weeks and months.

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Librarian breaking the wall




Here's another simple animation I made last week to perform some tests. I tested a character rig (didn't like it that much) and breaking the wall. I used Librarian character from Metro 2033 video game.

The entire animation is pretty simple. Librarian walks through a tunnel, gets to the wall, then shatters it. Not much post work done with this. Just a few things to add to the animation and some sounds from Freesound. At the end it looks like this:


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