Grand Space Opera 2D Entry: Marco Siegel


#21

Hi! The city in the background looks really good. I like the lighting effects and perspective as well. Cool! :thumbsup:


#22

yes! great wip

i checked ur website - beautiful artworks there… really!

im sure u will get many votes with ur final submission x)


#23

Looking very nice.


#24

playing around with comets and smoke


#25

killing atmosphere u made here mate, and details etc…

u are my 2d favorite:)

cheers

chrom


#26

thx man. i can need some encouragement :wink:


#27

abit more variation with the colours now.
just needs a final overwork and some lighrays to be finished


#28

Hi Marco,

Schöne Farbstimmung, sehr coole Perspektive und so viele Details - wie machst du das? In welcher Auflösung bearbeitest du das Bild?

Grüße
Fahrija


#29

3000x5000
… am ende des technisch verschmerzbaren mit meiner lahmen kiste. :wink:


#30

Hi Marco,

[ Mir geht´s genauso. Ich mußte sogar noch ein wenig darunter. (4600x3177) :frowning: ]

Bekommen die Proppeller deiner Maschine noch ein wenig MotionBlur?

Gruß
Fahrija


#31

yup ist schon angedacht.muss es mal spaeter austesten wies aussieht

still to do:

motion blur and final work on the heli,rocket
sunrays,some lamps/lightsources


#32

Oustanding Work :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:


#33

Looks really really good. The colorscheme is brilliant!

And those avesome buildings make it very grand space opera indeed!
Good job!


#34

holy dingdong! congrats with your piece!

altough it’s a bit blurry in my opinion, the composition rocks!
good luck


#35

yeah. more details on the clouds are under work.


#36

The mood works very well with the colours. Could you tell me how you achieved doing the background city, I’ve been struggling to work out a way to do it on my version of work so I have opted it on a different technique. Are you using a tablet to draw directly on the computer? Very nice work and turning out really well.


#37

As others have mentioned, the acid color scheme is a perfect compliment to your grimy industrial setting. I also think the elongated, stylized perspective and scale of certain areas is a clever addition. One possible idea for you to ponder is to play with the details in your back, middle, and foreground to draw the eye to specific areas.


#38

there is no big secret on this… its all handmade with a tablet.
you just need a hard edged brush and a big enough canvas.
it may look abit messy at original size but as you resize it later its quite useless to spend more time on detail work.

original size


#39

yeah thats true.
im working on this right now.
thx for the suggestion


#40

Liked your style. Your lines are a little rough, try to put some hard edges with hard brushes. Use some different brushes. The picture becomes boring with the same brush strokes. But loving the theme…keep it up!