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Trying to render Malachor V, from the game Knights of the Old Republic II, on Terragen 9.43

The planet where Dark Traya wait for the Exile... It is a spoiled and corrupted world.

Tools : Terragen 9.43 free-version.
Terrain generated with World Machine Basic Edition.
Creating time : ~ 30 min
Rendered time : 00:12:05
Quadrilaterals generated : 455,316.000 (US metric)

Knights of the Old Republic II belongs to Bioware.

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J'ai essayé de rendre Malachor V, du jeu Knights of the Old Republic II, sur Terragen 9.43.

La planète où Dark Traya attend l'Exilé(e)... C'est un monde corrompu, dévasté et stéril.

Outils : Terragen 9.43 version gratuite.
Terrain créé avec World Machine Basic Edition.
Temps de création : ~ 30 min
Temps de rendu : 12 min 05 sec
Quadrilatères générés : 455 316

Knights of the Old Republic II appartient à Bioware.
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May the Fourth be with you!Use the force! 
Today is Star Wars Day

Full view is duty!

Explanation here: please read !!

I did only paint the AT-AT Walker in Photoshop, not the whole Landscape!
The walker is inspired by Dimitri Kaliviotis
The landscape is a painting from Albert Bierstadt - check out his amazing works: www.albertbierstadt.org/
The work is in Public Domain, according to: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Alb…
What does that mean? fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/…

Why did I do that?
Actually the intention behind this is to learn from the old masters, Mastercopies are good, but actually there´s no better way of studying them than to get your hands dirty and spend 10 hours in the image and paint something that is not there.

I learned so much more from this painting than a 2 weeks stay at the Louvre would probably ever do. Especially in terms of appreciating the techniques of the masters and learning to emulate them digitally - a priceless exercise!

Additionally this was a nice way to practice light and color. My aim was to make the walker to be believable in the situation, as if it was meant to be there and part of the original painting. Still not 100% perfect but I wanted it to be finished for today:P

Here´s a process-sheet from the development of the Walker (from 3d-viewport shader to Photoshop painting):

Albert Bierstadt - Among the Sierra Nevada, Ca by fantasio 

And a close-up - there´s much more texture in it:

Close-up by fantasio 

Actually I´m positively surprised about how well my recent Kaiju-piece was perceived, thanks so much!
For the Kaiju Fans: Leatherback is in progress :nod:

This is part of a study-series, called "Ancient Kaiju project" (AT-AT is probably not a Kaiju, but it certainly fits the scheme of big things)

Suggestion for other Kaiju´s are welcome as well as also constructive comments!!

I like popculture and I love traditional art, so this project came so naturally to me and since the paintings are public domain, no one was harmed, not even the original paintings!

There is no intention to sell these images, I did them for learning purposes and use them in my classes as well, however, if you want it as a wallpaper, feel free to hit the download-button to get the 1900x1000 px version.

cheers,
fant

The blog post containing all works and information: www.fantasio.info/2014/05/the-…

The deviantArt-gallery: fantasio.deviantart.com/galler…

Like my work? Get perks on Patreon: www.patreon.com/fantasio or follow me on Facebook: fb.com/FantasioFineArts

© by Oliver Wetter / Ars Fantasio

All rights of this gallery are reserved to `fantasio / Oliver Wetter and may not be used without my permission. It's not forbidden to use one or more of my work on websites, blogs, etc, BUT its not permitted to submit it anywhere and show it to others, claiming as YOUR work!

Thanks for your appreciation.

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Desktop background for Sith RP guild.
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Based on a suggestion from Emperorfenrisulfr, I decided to try my hand at a pre-fallen Reven, when he was known simply as the Revanchist. You'll notice he has yet to gain his trademark scar and soul-patch, and that his lightsaber is orange. I figure he must have lost at least one during the war, and replaced it with the red/purple combo. And orange looked cool with the rest of his oufit, which is an original design of mine. Hope you all like it.
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So yes I'm a little worried about what Disney is going to be doing to my favorite universe of fiction... but c'mon... you all had to see this coming (by that I mean me having to make a wall). Couldn't resist... plus I got to play with some nebula effects. While I do have Apophysis 7 I swear it takes my desktop about 15 minutes to render anything so I decided to use some renders someone else took the time to do. :3

CS5 Photoshop 6 hours

Nebula Brushes: :iconjuanez:

Star Warsİ Disney?

Edit: I've updated this... I wasn't entirely happy with the layout... cleaned up the nebula a little.

Edit Edit: So... I think there might be a hidden massage here... a warning if you will... a prophecy even... perhaps: [link]
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Hellu,

As per usual these days its been several months since my last submission. Figured I'd doodle something together not to loose touch completely. 

A simple lil nebula piece, should possibly have had a foreground of some kind. But couldn't figure out what. All in all a lil practice piece. Hope you like it.
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And so, another signature made by me - this time i used Jango Fett render.

-Made by GIMP 2.2
-Jango Fett render from Planet Renders
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A Jedi version of a friend on the Microheroes board I created last year. Uploaded because my in-progress pieces are way behind schedule.
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Unidentified smuggler from Star Wars: The Old Republic newest E3 cinematic trailer "Return".

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:iconprofessoradagio:

Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise centered on a film series created by George Lucas. The film series, consisting of two trilogies, has spawned an extensive media franchise called the Expanded Universe including books, television series, computer and video games, and comic books. These supplements to the franchise resulted in significant development of the series' fictional universe, keeping the franchise active in the 16-year interim between the two film trilogies. The franchise depicts a galaxy described as far, far away in the distant past, and it commonly portrays Jedi as a representation of good, in conflict with the Sith, their evil counterpart. Their weapon of choice, the lightsaber, is commonly recognized in popular culture. The franchise's storylines contain many themes, with strong influences from philosophy and religion.

The first film in the series was originally released on May 25, 1977, under the title Star Wars, by 20th Century Fox, and became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon, followed by two sequels, released at three-year intervals. Sixteen years after the release of the trilogy's final film, the first in a new prequel trilogy of films was released. The three prequel films were also released at three-year intervals, with the final film of the trilogy released on May 19, 2005. In 2012, The Walt Disney Company acquired Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion and announced that it would produce three new films, with the first film, Star Wars Episode VII, planned for release in 2015.[1] 20th Century Fox still retains the distribution rights to the first two Star Wars trilogies, owning permanent rights for the original film Episode IV: A New Hope, while holding the rights to Episodes IIII, V, and VI until May 2020.[2]

Reactions to the original trilogy were positive, with the last film being considered the weakest, while the prequel trilogy received a more mixed reaction, with most of the praise being for the final film, according to most review aggregator websites. All six of the main films in the series were also nominated for or won Academy Awards. All of the main films have been box office successes, with the overall box office revenue generated by the Star Wars films (including the theatrical Star Wars: The Clone Wars) totalling $4.38 billion,[3] making it the fifth-highest-grossing film series.[4] The success has also led to multiple re-releases in theaters for the series.


Original art:
schmoek.deviantart.com/art/Com…

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