"Lost", Michal Matczak (2D)

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  12 December 2008
"Lost", Michal Matczak (2D)

Title: "Lost"
Name: Michal Matczak
Country: Poland
Software: Photoshop

Here's an illustration that I made for the finishing of Philip Straub's class for environment painting. It was an amazing experience and if you never took this kind of class before, I recommend you do it ;)

I love Ryan Church's art and was heavily influenced by it while making this illu. I hope you still like it :)

I'll be retouching it further, but I throw what I have right now.
  12 December 2008
Thumbs up

Greate, Greate!!
Though the battlecruiser could be more detailed..
That is not dead which can eternal lie,
And with strange aeons even death may die.
  12 December 2008
Thanks. Yeah, tru that - I need to put a lot more love into that work
  12 December 2008
I really like that concept with Frodo, Sam and Smeagol in the future, but I think that sun, or whatever its is , gives too much contrast to this scene.
Anyway, dobra robota ;] and I'm waiting for more details
  12 December 2008
Yeah, the concept itself I like as well, but the more I look at it the more I come to realise that it's a pov choice, not a very exciting one... :( the hard part is to choose the pov that works in the thumbnail stage - or better - be objective and choose the one that works. Thanks for appreciation.
  12 December 2008
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