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Hi Guys, Artwork done one year ago as one of the steps for evolution mobile CCG - Hellfire. The brief asked for a city on huge dinosaur, which was one of coolest demands ever. Let's ignore the safety issues for a while
This is a market in a pseudo medieval-renaissance fantasy world which my personal project is based upon. Traders come from far and wide to this city to make their fortune, selling rare and expensive goods. Although it's a fantasy world i tried to include some culture references to the time period - this is roughly when the portuguese began exploring South America and the Amazon and bringing back gold artefacts, jade jewellery, cocoa beans and quetzal feathers, and soldiers returned from the Crusades with goods from the Middle East which were both rare and costly. It was fun to do
Done with a combination of painting and photo textures, and i used a stock image from dragon-orb stock for the main character.
This was actually just a pipeline test for myself, I wasn't trying to design any specific interior so I didn't put much thought into the purpose of the room. I wanted to see if blocking out an interior super quickly in Maya as a starting base would speed up my image creation process (usually I start with a line drawing).. and it cut off a few hours quite successfully and it looks a lot tighter as an image. will definitely use this method again for interior shots in the future. It also gives a huge amount of flexibility starting something like this in 3D, as you can change the camera angle or lighting with just a few clicks of a button, and some other nice features which translate well into 2D concept art.
I have another painting 99% finished too which I will upload tomorrow after a few touch ups - I think you guys will like it ^^
Again a public building of Mirandopolis. It seems to become a little series
This time it's the airport.
Sorry for not updating more often! I have to learn way too much anatomy, chemistry and physics these days so there's not much time for painting. However, I must say the anatomy lessons are such a great inspiration. Human anatomy gives me bunches of ideas and also helps me to imagine 3d things in my mind.
Anyways, enough excuses... Have a nice day!