WIP: KREOLA -Steve Horsfall

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Old 09 September 2013   #1
WIP: KREOLA -Steve Horsfall

Hi all !

I wanted to find time to enter into this challenge as I know it will be good experience to be involved with all the talented people on this forum.

Here's my start. No idea whats happening on the horizon yet so just had a scribble

Cheers
Steve
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Old 09 September 2013   #2
Great concept ! a lot of potential for a perfect composition, nice balance this will end up in a very interesting to see micro composition matte painting, maybe the sail will be to distracting and big, looking forward to see more!

good luck !
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Old 09 September 2013   #3
Originally Posted by JJASSO: Great concept ! a lot of potential for a perfect composition, nice balance this will end up in a very interesting to see micro composition matte painting, maybe the sail will be to distracting and big, looking forward to see more!

good luck !


Thanks for your comments Jaime
I agree on the ship comment, I think those layers will go through many moves / resizes before I'm done.
 
Old 10 October 2013   #4
My favorite part of the concept are the clothes lines. That's a really cool idea.

I hope you'll keep it in the final.
 
Old 10 October 2013   #5
Started adding some photos. I appreciate that the ship / smoke etc. will not be wanted in the final piece but keeping them on a layer to help get a feel for the environment for now.
I have scribbled in some rough pipework that will link the power stations and trail across the landscape. More house detail will be placed in the distance but keeping a lower class look compared with the foreground buildings.
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Old 10 October 2013   #6
Steve Horsfall

Originally Posted by thephotosnapper: Started adding some photos. I appreciate that the ship / smoke etc. will not be wanted in the final piece but keeping them on a layer to help get a feel for the environment for now.
I have scribbled in some rough pipework that will link the power stations and trail across the landscape. More house detail will be placed in the distance but keeping a lower class look compared with the foreground buildings.


That is a good start to get your idea across
Currently your horizon might be a bit too high, depending on how much you're going to alter the plate
In either case
don't spend too much time designing flying ships or anything of that sort because the brief mentioned to keep this a clean frame

Keep going
 
Old 10 October 2013   #7
Wow. I like the effect of the pic as a whole. I'm thinking that if you can keep track of the practical items, the geometry and perspective, it would end up being a nice picture. The direction of light is looking pretty consistent, just seeing it now.

I like how it's looking.
 
Old 11 November 2013   #8
One of the best

Steve, I really like the vista you're creating. Can't wait to see the progress. More please! Jennie
 
Old 11 November 2013   #9
Thank you all for your comments !
I hope I will get more time to work on this before the deadline. Working night and day at the moment (can't complain I suppose).

Thanks Guys
 
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