|11 November 2013||#31|
Join Date: Nov 2004
Yatzenty, thanks. Like yours a lot too. Wish you came here earlier to chat and share some of your experience.
Anyway, i was working on this for three days now and meanwhile i just see flaws.
So i might as well call this final although i know of course it isn´t.
Was a great experience to do something like this and i learned a lot.
I should (awouldacoulda)have done this is in a more effective way by using more textures and pics right from the beginning so i ended up doing an illustration ( which i´m familiar with) rather than a matte painting, i guess. Oh well, rookie mistakes…..
Thanks a bunch to James Comer and Richard Cave ( Rockhopper).
You really made this experience very special for me.
Last edited by artvandeley : 11 November 2013 at 11:29 PM.
|11 November 2013||#33|
Matte Painter and Environment Concept Artist
Join Date: Sep 2009
Yes I know I should have joined earlier, free time is nice, but never enough...You blew me away with your final submission. If this indeed is your first matte painting - I have no words.
You deserve to win this if that was up to me. Well, hope to see more from you in the future, all the best. J
|11 November 2013||#35|
Join Date: Oct 2013
Wanted to get a word in, in case I didn't catch you. That I think the pic turned out great. Other people mentioned it. But I like the lighting, paricularly the cast effect of the orange tarp on the left. The pic follows the concept pretty well, as I remember. There's an effective sense of space. My two cents. Looks good.
|11 November 2013||#36|
Join Date: Aug 2013
A lot of great compositional shapes created by you manipulating those rail structures. Really beautiful
I hope you'll do another piece some day with a lot of metal work in it... you have eye for it. Nice.
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