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Domes Of Hope

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Here we have another collaboration piece. My second in a short period of time. After not doing collabs for a very very long time. Now I do enjoy the outcome of these projects and may do more in the future.

This time I had the pleasure to work with GTGraphics's very own Tobias Roetsch. He's also a pretty well known Scifi and Fantasy artist that enjoys some vast and grandiose environment vistas. He explained me his idea and I started to do work in Vue to created a serviceable plate. That includes the landscape and the design of the domes. While working in Vue we both talked about how to bring in a good composition. Then I rendered the material in several passes and combined it in Photoshop. After adding some detail, fx and textures I sent the Photoshop file over to Tobias.

Tobias did his magic with adding the city, additional landscape details and a very neat sunset atmosphere. Then it was my turn again with adding some more little details like the ships and some fine tuning. After that... we pretty much had it. I tried to play a little more with the overall colours but always ended up throwing my adjustments away. The atmosphere Tobias created works pretty much perfect.

Vue, Worldmachine, C4D, Photoshop - 6500px wide

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GTGraphics.de gtgraphics.de/wallpapers/domes…
Artstation www.artstation.com/artist/taen…
Deviantart taenaron.deviantart.com/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/gtgraphics.de
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MarvinDiehl's avatar
MarvinDiehl Photographer
very cool piece of art! =)
mhoonruk's avatar
Very evocative :)
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Smiling-DemonHobbyist Digital Artist
This is awesome guys
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ErikShoemakerHobbyist Digital Artist
Die Collab auf die alle gewartet haben, und wir wurden nicht enttäuscht. :D
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tigaerProfessional Digital Artist
Hehe, sag das mal dem rest der welt! :D Und danke... freut natürlich wenns gefällt. :)
MichaelMagin's avatar
MichaelMaginProfessional Photographer
Saugut, mit den Blasen richtig gute Eyecatcher :)
brennennn's avatar
Never disappointing, man! Fantastic stuff. :)
grisador's avatar
This is very similiar to Terra Nova\James Cameron's future Earth scenes :D
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getcarter Photographer
:clap::thumbsup:
antcow's avatar
I like this, is this supposed to a post-apocalypse polluted by industry forest?
Kinda reminds me of Farcry blood dragons environment, its dark with neon lights everywhere
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tigaerProfessional Digital Artist
Yep... you read the pic exactly the way it's intended. :) The domes are kinda the last bastions preserving the last bits of nature in this place.
antcow's avatar
Ohhhh, im perceptive :3
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tigaerProfessional Digital Artist
Well done sir. Hehe :D
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LikyleeStudent General Artist
I want to live in this world the two of you have created
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AronKamo Digital Artist
Very cool work! The domes with their lighting are eyecatchers :) Sunset looks great, are the clouds handpainted or based on real photos?
I just started to "enhance" some of my works with a little bit of painting over the Vue render, like I did with my last work, but a looooong way to go for me :)
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tigaerProfessional Digital Artist
That sky part wasn't done by me so... all I can say is that it's definitely a photo with overpaintrd areas I guess. And yeah, I noticed you trying. Keep it up! Vue is pretty much the perfect plate creation tool. =) And with Vue you are a master already. =)
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AronKamo Digital Artist
Thanks for the nice words ;)
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floydierCGHobbyist Digital Artist
Love the work, it's got a nice atmosphere coupled with good props. Very alien-ish.
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