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Book cover I did for [link]
Few photos mixed with some painting on them. Part two in a while ;]

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Another book cover for publisher "Fabryka Slow", something Blade Runner inspired.
Background is kinda mattepainting, characters thou are made from scratch. Few references used, nothing significant thou
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Another book cover for publisher "Fabryka Slow", something loosely Blade Runner inspired. From the same series as this : [link]

Crits and comments always welcome
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My entry for CGTalk challenge "EON:Worlds within worlds". basically it was about creating illustration for featured book "EON".
For me Greg's Bear book is all about finding your way home. Under all of this sci-fi technology future plot is a basic need for everyone to find their own place in life. And so I wanted to capture that emotional message in my picture, don't know if I was successful but i tried :]

Photoshop and a little bit of 3d studio ;]

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It was suppose to be concept of a flying transporter but with time it developed in something more. Hope u will like this matte painting. Part of this foto [link] was used during the process

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Was suppose to be promo art but ended up being personal picture
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Dont let your eyes fool you - thats no angel. When aliens decided to invade us - they knew what they are doing. They came as holy createures to rain panic among our troops. And they succeeded. Picture is showing one of the first battles that took place in Israel. Angelic squads literally wiped out first response teams. With bioactvie liquid armour and plasma nanofibers our troops were no match for them. And so prophecy came true... the end of days from heaven... has come...

To be honest I finished that piece few days ago but i was fixing little things every now and then and finally said - thats it. So here it is. Hope you enjoy it ;]
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Another book cover for publisher "Fabryka Slow". From the same series as this : [link] and this: [link]

Crits and comments always welcome
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This one is for all you picture puzzle maniacs, who just like I like to stare into image and nitpick every detail that can tell you a little story told on the canvas :] There is aground ten (not gonna tell you exactly how many) storytelling elements in this picture, some of them are obvious, some of them are not, and some of them you can see only in closeups. So if you wanna mess around a bit, find and connect all those pieces together into a short story that this picture is showing. Just post them as a comments - I promise I'm gonna read trough all of them and best of them will be featured in my journal one week form now.
So lets the mini tiny contest begin :D

As for picture itself It was made for ImagineFX magazine workshop section. Featured in upcoming issue 27, that should be on the market around January 12 so if you can get it - get it :] Workshop is very extensive, showing my workflow and how I do the things I do, all with 30+ screenshot from production and few useful tips :] Hope you gonna like it

Image was done by hand in Photoshop, few references used but nothing significant. And I know that reflection in icicle is not realistic, but I did it on purpose to point something out - yes it is a clue :D

Crits and comments always welcome and remember about mini tiny story contest :D

Some closeups can be found here: [link]

edit: Winners of Hide and Seek Mini Tiny contest announced [link]

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Part of book cover "Age of Ra" created for Games Workshop ans Solaris Books
Some elements of the background are matte painting. All done in Photoshop CS2

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