Note to deviant watchers - you'll have seen this before as it was created previously. It won the DD so I don't wish to promote it further. There was no option in the submission process to pick from pre-existing submission so I had to make a new one.
Ancient and medieval history was my passion when I was young (and still is ). I wanted to go to archaeological studies but finally I chose IT - computer graphic specialization (I made this decision after watching Peter Jacksons The Lord of the Rings, hehe). So my art refers to this dream about archaeology. It would be great to discover some ancient city, to see places which havent been seen for ages by any human being. Another element which is connected with my childish dreams is the helicopter. Almost every boy wants to fly, to be a pilot. Also everyone knows that aeroplanes are better than helicopters, but in my opinion these second are more usuful for archaeologist
Now something about making of. First I made a 3d models and then I used some renders passes to paint over them. So this work is a mix of 3d and 2d techniques. The city design is inspired by Aztec Tenochtitlan's temple district.
Tools: 3d Studio Max Vray Photoshop Wacom Graphire4 Classic graphic tablet
"Hundreds of years after the world almost ended, mankind climbs from the wreckage and finds he is not alone in reclaiming the world..."
I've been doing some artwork for a Kickstarter project called 'Afterearth: The Fall'. It's a post apocolyptic fantasy game in the form of a massive book, made up of over 500 pages. I'm having a blast working on these but there are still lots of pieces to be made, so I'll keep you posted!
as my artistic journey, start from drawing something simple as a kid. from bottom. grew up like a magic bean stalks i keep art as my tools to reflection my dream, and an escape there's bumpy and thorny roads, but i enjoy the journey itself as an art. sometimes the thorn is a way to help me climb up to next level the goal is set to somewhere, not really sure where the bean stalk leads to. but i keep climbing, and believe that it leads to something great up there during the journey, there's always a hands that help and support me to keep climbing until today.