"Lost", Michal Matczak (2D)

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Old 12 December 2008   #1
"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.
 
Old 12 December 2008   #2
Thumbs up

Greate, Greate!!
Though the battlecruiser could be more detailed..
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Old 12 December 2008   #3
Thanks. Yeah, tru that - I need to put a lot more love into that work
 
Old 12 December 2008   #4
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
 
Old 12 December 2008   #5
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.
 
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