Seriously though, it's an interesting concept, but unlikely in terms of actually happening in real life. I'm a sort of theorist and in the end, while portal technology may be possible, this level of accuracy would be next to impossible.
well yeah it would be now, but think of this being more post earth future, like a billion or so years away and on another planet, I dunno, I guess my idea of sci-fi is so far into the future that every energy known and unknown in the universe has been harnessed as power sources, and maybe there are no human beings left but another similar race has taken over every planet in existence and all dimensions and time spaces, who knows?
I dunno my imagination has no boundaries nice comment its always nice to be able to give interesting answers to interesting questions
Actually, the issue lies in the actually generation of a stable portal. I mean, think about it - spatial coordinates. If you have the place you want to generate one end of the portal, that's simple, it's right there. However, if you wanted to generate another one say, ten miles away, and you don't know the coordinates, you would need to guess, and more likely than not end up with the portal being created within something, or half-in something.
exactly why portals that could go anywhere couldn't always work, but if there were two portals generated by machines and linked together as a sort of doorway that could work which is what is seen in the art
practice, practice, practice just do a lil art everyday, it doesn't have to be a finished piece just add a lil more to a large piece every day and eventually you will show improvement I do video crits to help people improve if your ever interested
Yeah they did, the second one the go through time to the future, and it's even better, more matured artwork on a whole, and higher difficulty to it all. Plus you really got to play all three to get the story completely. Still the picture really did give the idea across.