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  1. Zenzucht
    The original ship designs reminds me way to much of the ship in "Battle Beyond the stars".

    http://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Ffarm4.staticflickr.com%2F3513%2F3259464403_9407b94eee_z.jpg%3Fzz%3D1&hash=35a0ec0fce1b76d0bb1a41277db04ebc

    Also, the more i see the more I think a lot of the stuff here might be before the direct alien prequel thing was axed.

    That is the spaceship with boobs which got Cameron promoted within the Roger Corman company?

    Concerning of "Mother Ship", it always seemed to me that Gigeresque biomechanical interiors (in Prometheus more mechanical) can be walked or climbed easily, so the xenomorphs can be all over the place.. Or it is easier for their resin (or black goo) to spread around.. So when the "Mother Ship" takes off and changes position, the crew simply walk on what was the wall before..
  2. NGR01
    This is how it looks in the movie.
    You can see it more clearly whene it takes of behind the sacrifice engineer.

    The juggernaut might also don't flight in the same position as it takes off i think.

    BTW where does that image comes from?
  3. psychonaut25
    The original ship designs reminds me way to much of the ship in "Battle Beyond the stars".

    http://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Ffarm4.staticflickr.com%2F3513%2F3259464403_9407b94eee_z.jpg%3Fzz%3D1&hash=35a0ec0fce1b76d0bb1a41277db04ebc

    Also, the more i see the more I think a lot of the stuff here might be before the direct alien prequel thing was axed.
    That looks like a warty foot.

    ORRIBLE !!

    https://encrypted-tbn1.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRKiiQ149pnjpQU9QH5xvmBBVpQNpASy7eIHWctv6DpCGvg5gxOjg
  4. BANE
    The original ship designs reminds me way to much of the ship in "Battle Beyond the stars".

    http://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Ffarm4.staticflickr.com%2F3513%2F3259464403_9407b94eee_z.jpg%3Fzz%3D1&hash=35a0ec0fce1b76d0bb1a41277db04ebc

    Also, the more i see the more I think a lot of the stuff here might be before the direct alien prequel thing was axed.
    That looks like a warty foot.
  5. IaMaPh1991
    wow it a shame a lot of that Engineer design work wasnt used... and I like the old abandoned look to the scenery, like it truly has been left alone for 2000 years and it shows. Wish they did more suited Engineer's too, as a throwback to the film. Oh well, still liked it anyways :) but I still think we can do better
  6. Xenomorphine
    Why concept art must be allways better than actual movie ??? ??? ??? ???

    Well, it's more stylish, but I wouldn't necessarily say that most things we've seen in this project's concept art would've been better on the big screen.

    Different, but not unquestionably better.

    With that said, it would've been nice to have seen the partial crustacean themes kept for the trilobite design, as seen on these. But, again, it wouldn't have been a really massive improvement (and the old superfacehugger design, minus the leg membranes, would have been better than any of them).
  7. MrSpaceJockey
    Pretty pretty pretty.

    Though unlike a lot of people here, I guess, I DO think the film did an excellent job portraying a lot of the visuals - the rover, the medpod, the scanning table are all straight out of these concept pieces. The suits here look a bit bulkier than the film version, but the basics are kept through and through. And the only thing missing from the film renditions of the pyramid is the fog and grimy atmosphere of these pieces (which, along with those elephant coffins, are sorely missed. Where did all the ribs from the original film go? I know what Riddles wanted, but still, man.  Not present in any of the artworks, not even these.   :()

    I do wish Cobb's semiotic standard was kept in... I suppose the Weyland/Weyland Yutani company has 30 years to work on that.

    Don't care for the squid designs or the gigantic Terminator Hunter Killer on top of the RT01 at all though.


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