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Instead of having a spaceship, how about to visualise your idea of the Bable tower by having one very, very big building? Each country could be a floor, a city would be a room. Leo brought me to this thought. If we choose a tower or giant building as the setting of our storys we must avoid to mention the Bable tower/story in the comic... otherwise this basic idea becomes to obvious and pale.

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powil wrote 8 years 22 weeks ago

I was imagining something

I was imagining something more FLAT. I mean really flat, like how you drew Berlin....

But seeing this tower and the earth, aha, like what PieR mentioned about not making it too obvious, maybe we draw earth as having a horizontal shape. So it's kinda intriguing, like "what happened?!" And we show it as a whole object,like the planet itslef became shaped like a rectagular box. but the truth is that it's a very big tower with lots of rooms.

We can also play with gravity because the earth is not round anymore!

nice drawings!

powil wrote 8 years 22 weeks ago

also the planet will look

also the planet will look like a spaceship but it's actually not.

also we can play with the moon!! attach it with the tower, or keep it revolving and rotating in a wierd manner.

pier gajewski wrote 8 years 22 weeks ago

I like the idea... And your

I like the idea... And your Eiffel Tower is just super beautiful... even if I think it's a bit too frenchie building :)

Maybe the building could be a good idea... but we need to also keep it not so obvious... maybe more like a map of each floor on each back cover... I'm just a bit afraid than the concept of globalization would be reduced to some intranet... humm got to think about it...

Also about the 4 books... even if I love the idea for obvious reasons, Po-Wil is right in questionning the number of pages... but if yes, we got to go for 12 pages each instead of 10! ;)
I think my newspapaer Ville Usine was 12 pages + 4 pages for the covers... So it still could be possible... I mean it could work...

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