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Old 02 February 2012   #1
OBLIVION, Alexander Preuss (2D)



Title: OBLIVION
Name: Alexander Preuss
Country: Germany
Software: Photoshop

This is a new piece i did especially for my upcoming exhibition called "Subspace" in Germany, Aachen.
It shows a long lost and forgotten place within a strange universe.

All done in Photoshop, with custom brushes and alpha shapes.

-Alex
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Old 02 February 2012   #2
I like the sense of scale in this, and the tone and colour. The style seems a bit derivative (though similarities can happen by accident) but it's a style I don't know how to do myself so I respect what you've done here!
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Old 02 February 2012   #3
@Ben

Thanks for your feedback.

-Alex
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Old 03 March 2012   #4
Have you used your "Mission accomplished" piece as a backdrop for this? When I saw this first it was my first thought, but looking at it more closely I'm not so certain anymore.

Anyway, I like your work so much I even did one practice piece based on the said "Mission accomplished" to see if I can even mimic something so cool. This piece is nice too, and it would be great if you could produce a tutorial about your work process when creating such images.
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Old 03 March 2012   #5
Originally Posted by Joat: Have you used your "Mission accomplished" piece as a backdrop for this? When I saw this first it was my first thought, but looking at it more closely I'm not so certain anymore.

Anyway, I like your work so much I even did one practice piece based on the said "Mission accomplished" to see if I can even mimic something so cool. This piece is nice too, and it would be great if you could produce a tutorial about your work process when creating such images.


Thanks for your feedback,

no... this one was started from scretch... but i tried to give it a similar style.
I wanted them to fit into the same universe.

And yes... i am working on a book at the moment to show some of my techniques.

Best
-Alex
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