A Cylon Centurion and a Colonial pilot sharing a corridor is sure to cause trouble. Trouble for whom, that I'm not so sure about.
About this creation
Following up on last year's Babylon 5 vig. Also an entry in the Cliffhanger contest.
Yes, I know the main picture's a bit strange. Well, so is the lighting in the series. Just accept that lights aboard the Galactica are highly directional and be thankful I only did that to the main pic.
As for colours... Galactica isn't exactly the newest ship in the fleet, and neither are her corridors.
Okay, now, the name: "Valley Of Darkness" was an episode in the newest incarnation of Battlestar Galactica, wherein presumably lots of things happened, but what I remember most about it is the fact there was a squad of Centurions running around Galactica killing people and trying to vent all the air into space. Now, they didn't succeed of course, since if they did the series would have ended three seasons earlier, but they did kill a frakload of people and there was this one that came within a hair of gutting the younger Adama, and as I recall its left breast and arm were soaked with someone's blood. It shredded a pilot earlier in the episode you see, "Flyboy" I think he was.
So yeah, this isn't an exact duplicate of any particular scene, but methinks it's pretty close to the spirit of the original.
Anyway, the contest: the general terms of the contest is that it has to have a "hero" and he has to be in peril. I'd say being that close to a Centurion is the very definition of peril, and could only be made more perilous by the addition of a large puddle of molten rock and one of those razor sharp pendulums.
...Oh, now I realize I could've had a little room on the other side of the wall with someone cowering or doing similar much-too-close-to-peril-for-comfort things.
i like the block s shape! and i just love the robot! too bad about the red arm! i m a fan of symetry! could you check my fire fighter robot? it s in my fire station page! i d apreciate your acute point of view! thanks!
"I hear footsteps of a metal monster ready to decimate me, ill peer my head around this dimly lit corridor and see what it is".- Pilots last words. very well done, the SNOT is good and the angled walls are a very nice touch to depth and texture of it, great build.