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R.U.S.E. - Matte painting - 04

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Matte painting done for R.U.S.E. (Ubisoft) - 2009
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LittleTop's avatar
LittleTopProfessional General Artist
Whoah.... Love this!
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dennadrasHobbyist Traditional Artist
Great!
igurvardar's avatar
hi. I'm looking for a freelance matte painter for a project. If you are interested email me. gurvardar@gmail.com
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TeterenceProfessional Digital Artist
y a de la 3 d la ou juste photo ?
flynn1978's avatar
Awesome!! Feels like M*A*S*H in the Arabian Peninsula!!
jorgenial's avatar
wooow amazing work
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Sad008Student Digital Artist
:D
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LeftHeadphoneStudent General Artist
I had to do a double take, for a second I thought it was a photograph. That is absolutely phenomenal!! Congratulations on such an amazing piece of work!
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what is matte painting, why do they call it that
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bahtera-merdekaStudent Digital Artist
let me help..
matte painting is a technique where you create an imaginary background by combining several different pictures together and make it appear seamless. It helps to reduce cost of developing a set for particular scene, but not necessarily so.

Matte painting used in many hollywood films such as Fast and Furious, Prince of Persia, X-men Wolverine and many more.
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Oh thanks heaps, sought of like using plates, cool- makes things alittle easier for me, ha!
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djahalProfessional Digital Artist
A matte painting is a painted representation of a landscape, set, or distant location that allows filmmakers to create the illusion of an environment that would otherwise be too expensive or impossible to build or visit. Historically, matte painters and film technicians have used various techniques to combine a matte-painted image with live-action footage. At its best, depending on the skill levels of the artists and technicians, the effect is "seamless" and creates environments that would otherwise be impossible to film.

Traditionally, matte paintings were made by artists using paints or pastels on large sheets of glass for integrating with the live-action footage.

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DTKineticHobbyist Digital Artist
Nice to see you making deviations again, I like the textures and the landscape, it feels like a private training camp in the Middle East.
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SuperSmurggerHobbyist Digital Artist
You are a god !!!!
rorsdors's avatar
Really a great set of paintings, very believable.
MatthewZikry's avatar
the tent feels so real!!!
what kind of brush do you use for that? mind me asking
you should show the matte, or a WIP, those are awesome to see :)
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edsfoxProfessional Digital Artist
Wow on everything!
Did you used reference on this one?
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kiwi-seedStudent Digital Artist
Wow....this is amazing
The amount of detail *_*

Great work :)
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