Village Tree, Simone De Salvatore (2D)

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  02 February 2014
Village Tree, Simone De Salvatore (2D)

Title: Village Tree
Name: Simone De Salvatore
Country: Germany
Software: Photoshop
Submitted: 27th February 2014

Concept Art for a children book
  02 February 2014
Lovely Work. It will make a great childrens book illustration.

To fully appreciate it, click on the image and then use your mouse (or pinch and zoom) to look at all the detail.

  02 February 2014
Thanks Ben, i really appreciate it!
  02 February 2014
Pretty cool! Love the mood!
  03 March 2014
Wow great image.
Love all the little details and the magical atmosphere.
Looks like a great idea for a children's book.
  03 March 2014
pretty nice work
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  03 March 2014
Smile !

Wow, this is so beautiful. <3
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  03 March 2014
WOW! this can be more than concept for children book! it can make for the movie too! great work!
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  03 March 2014
Thank you all for the kind comments!
  03 March 2014
Very nice work. I like the atmosphere and details like the mushrooms growing on the branches.
  03 March 2014
Concept art for a children's book!? Wow, that looks like its going to be one incredibly well detailed and stunning book. I think art of this calibre would really stand out in the children's book world and I think that'd be a good thing.

I love this piece though. I think the detailing is great with such a nice level of depth. It feels like its been balanced nicely and its one of those pieces that needs time to explore. Very good job I think.

Would love to see this tree done in a worm's eye perspective, so that it feels like I'm being dwarfed by it.
Lloyd Harvey
  03 March 2014
It was supposed to be for a concept design book (children book) and they wanted to make a movie out of it, but in the end the production studio didn't manage to do it, such a shame.

Thank you for the comment!
  03 March 2014

That's really something! I love that you've managed to keep a really natural beauty to it while adding in the truly fantastical elements.
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