Full view is duty!
Finally, here it is; my most recent inceptionism painting and addition to the Ancient Kaiju Project.
It took quite over 40 hours to finish and it was lots of fun, quite a short holiday working in this wonderful work from Heinrich Böhmer.
This work is from around 1890-1927 and in public domain.
In the upcoming book on composition techniques I will go into more detail about how I added upon the great material of Böhmer instead of subtracting from it. There was a lot of learning and analysis necessary, but I believe it will pay off in the end.
There will probably be a class on Skillshare on how to create such a painting for educational purposes yourself. Stay tuned on that one.
There is a Process GIF that shows the quantity of compositional tools as layover, that suggests how Böhmer created his awesome art and how I built upon that - as patron you can view or download it here: www.patreon.com/posts/at-st-to…
Note: this is different and more priceless than the process development below...
Below are some close ups and the process of the painting:
By working on this, I built a fantastical oil-painting brush. Have to tweak it some more, but when finished I´ll release it to my patreon - reason enough to join me
Lots of awesomness going on as you can see, hope you have a nice time as well!
■ Copyright notice and disclaimer:
- Created by Oliver Wetter / Ars Fantasio.
- You are welcome to share my work or repost it, but please don't claim or sell it as your own.
I've seen my fair share of wrecks in the forest--houses too--and I'm always delving into these ruins to see what I can find or uncover. I'm quite the passionate explorer when I want to be and if this AT-ST was ever "lost" in our world, you can bet I would be there exploring it to the fullest.