Grand Space Opera 2D Entry: Tranchefeux

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  11 November 2004
Indeed very impressive!!!Loads of detail.Wonder how you work them out after.With all this detail it's going to be a quit heavy image.And that's gotta be a big challenge to combine this large scale landscape thing with all those details.

I repeat,i know but your idea is great and your firts conceptdrawings really nice!!!

Surely follow this one,keep 'm coming!!!

Et donc,en fait comme on dit parfois,"ca déchire son slip grave"!!!

Vieux expression chinois,disparu depuis 1 siècle ou 2 je crois.

Excellent et bon continuation Tranchefeux!!!Que la force soit avec toi!!!

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  11 November 2004
Great stuff here!!
  11 November 2004
when I saw the first sketch I was like "uh-oh looks like this is gonna be over-detailed"
- like it would be just a mess of details.
Strangely enough , now that theres more of it , it looks great !
An awe-inspiring sight !
  11 November 2004

By god! This is amazing stuff. very very original and the composistion so far is spot on. I love the arhitecture of the humanoid structures, instead of plain futuristic sheets of metal. inspiring stuff my friend. I will be watching . . .
  11 November 2004

New progression of the drawing, the structures are finished at this
stage, as well as the scenes, I do not think of going further in the
details, it is necessary that I keep time for the colors and I is not
made yet the decorations or I am still undecided on the various
possibilities and feelings which I want to make pass in; a city?, a
cathedral?, steps of the interior of an opera? or quite simply one mix
of the three....

Nouvelle progression du dessin, les structures sont terminées à ce stade, ainsi que les scènes,
je ne pense pas aller plus loin dans les détails, il faut que je garde du temps pour la couleurs
et je n'est pas encore fait les décors ou je suis encore indécis sur les différentes possibilités et sentiments que je veux faire passer dans;
une ville?, une cathédrale?, des gradins de l'intérieur d'un opéra? ou tout simplement un mix des trois....
  11 November 2004

Detail of one of the part of the project, the setting colors future
will bring back a little calms in all these tangle of forms.

Détail d'une des partie du projet, la mise en couleurs futur ramèneras
un peu de calme dans tout ces enchevêtrement de formes.
  11 November 2004
it's take life!you work a lot on this project, hope you have time to work on your hown personnal work!

ça prend vie. t'a bien travaillé dessu, j'espère que tu garde du temps pour tes projets personnels!
  11 November 2004
love to nice the final!

  11 November 2004
This artwork reminds me of Phillip Duirlette (spelling is wrong), the perspective was off on this
  11 November 2004
Thumbs up


i think your level of detail is just about right for the scale of your image...
i wish to see some of the colouring progress once you reach that milestone
  11 November 2004
Hi Tranchefeux, what an amazingly detailed approach! It reminds me very much of Ian Miller's artwork, an artist with the most incredibly detailed pen and ink gothic fantasy art. This ultra-detail kind of approach needs a dedication and patience which I really admire and you're achieving the required grandness in a unique way which really stands out. I'm wondering what your plans are for colour? I almost wish you'd keep it purely black and white!
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  11 November 2004
that is a beautiful piece almost gigerish, Can not wait for the color.
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  11 November 2004
Thank you for your new comments which always give pleasure, I continue
the drawing and I go surely poster the continuation today, but I is
not finished yet, the true challenge for me and I should not be only
is it to manage commands professional and to make this project
moreover, but it is a real pleasure of seeing all these energies
deployed around the same subject, thanks for having me to quote the
artists "Philippe Druillet or Miller" because I did not know them
and indeed there are points commun run with their universes and my
project, their cultures visual with surely same the roots (Renaissance, baroque, Gothic
architectures). Finally I am in a hurry to begin the colors and I
start to think of it a little, but the drawing is for me most
important because they is the foundations of a painting and never the
colors thus does not catch up with errors of drawings I is to me all
my attention there.
With soon.
  11 November 2004
Good work. When you introduce the city backdrop, the foreground character just becomes so much more impressive. Nice detail on the characters. Keep up the good work!
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  11 November 2004
Very refreshing and original work mate, looking forward to seeing this one!

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