Here's the fade call out like in videogame productions with gambeson and overlapping plates.
The mounted fade one took I think about 10 hours or so? There was a lot of correcting. The main problem was getting the pose right and shadow stallion not looking too stiff--which happened in earlier iterations and the scale.Raya wrote:Finally another artist! Wow, your works are so good! Always been in awe of this style - of how so much can be done with minimal strokes and colors... I could never do it! I've always fussed around too much with the details it takes me weeks to finish, and my style is too... scraggly and hairy (strokes, you know what I mean!) But yours captures the atmosphere almost instantly. May I ask how long it took you create the mounted Fade piece?
Oh yeah I remember you telling me about him. He's amazing! His brush technique and strokes are on point.. I only can only hope to hit that level one day.Petra wrote:I think I mentioned this previously, but your stuff reminds me a lot of this guys - https://www.artstation.com/flaptrapsart - and he's probably one of my favourite cover artists around at the moment.
Oh I'm gonna redo the TV/Tower concept.. one would actually look correct perspective wise and I'll place it high res.Reyne wrote:Yeah, blown away. The Tower is stunning. Is only about 600 feet high lorewise so perfect I think. Would love a higher res version if possible.