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Author Topic: Farzad Vrahramyan Shares New Alien 5 Concept Art!  (Read 5132 times)

Huggs
Mar 06, 2019, 03:48:39 PM
Reply #105 on: Mar 06, 2019, 03:48:39 PM
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Is it even Neill's to show? Or does Fox own it?

Pretty confident FOX owns it.

I think a leak is in order.

A slight slip of the tongue, as it were.

Which would you prefer? A leaked script or a comic adaptation?

Similar to what’s been done with William Gibson’s ALIEN 3 script by Dark Horse?

I don't read comics, so i'll take the leak.


XenoHunter99
Mar 06, 2019, 05:16:47 PM
Reply #106 on: Mar 06, 2019, 05:16:47 PM
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If the project will never see light of day, it would be nice to see whatever script there is or was. If it's presented as a DH comic, that would be fine too.

With respect to the concepts in the thread, they are ungainly. That's their crime. As Giger often said, the Alien was an aesthetic monster. The original suggested grace and power. The best of the Kenner critters and other derivative works have that, as well. These, not so much. I think for the centipede, the insistence on keeping so much of the humanoid creature worked against it. The many-heads model may have been an experiment gone wrong, suggesting a serious birth defect. In that case, it works.




bobcunk
Mar 11, 2019, 09:44:56 PM
Reply #109 on: Mar 11, 2019, 09:44:56 PM
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I like the centipede one, reminds me of the kenner snake alien and the aquatic ones from the comic.


The Old One
Mar 11, 2019, 10:48:02 PM
Reply #110 on: Mar 11, 2019, 10:48:02 PM
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Alien film + Kenner ≠ positive result.





XenoHunter99
Mar 29, 2019, 05:23:36 PM
Reply #114 on: Mar 29, 2019, 05:23:36 PM
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The original panther, I like the gold and grey color scheme and the built-in parasite is interesting. The iliac crests of the pelvis are stylized, but that enhances the design. Also, the sculpt retains more of the biomechanical feel of Giger's alien, and with a smooth dome. The overall effect is graceful. I think it's the most beautiful figure produced in the Kenner line and remains one of my favorite figures overall. The Night Stalker repaint works, too; but it's sort of just another alien with red markings. YMMV.

I expect the Scorpion design was Kenner's stand-in for the Aliens warrior and has the exploding gimmick. The spikes are nothing to fuss about. The biggest problem with it is, chibi proportions. It's a killer dwarf! The NECA redux fixes that and looks great.




[cancerblack]
Apr 01, 2019, 01:41:20 AM
Reply #117 on: Apr 01, 2019, 01:41:20 AM
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I have sympathy for the notion that the panther design is a successful variant design, especially when redone to be less exaggerated and stylised. But i'm broadly anti-hybrid on principle.



XenoHunter99
Apr 01, 2019, 06:03:36 AM
Reply #119 on: Apr 01, 2019, 06:03:36 AM
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Hybrids are ok. I think it's natural to experiment with an idea. The Kenner designers got to see how different animals would look as Aliens. Some of the hybrids work better than others. The Panther works well! The designers had a lot of restrictions, too. The figures had to be a certain size to fit in the bubble, joints were limited in number and range of motion, everything had to work for the price point, and so on. But it would have been fun to work on those.


 

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