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Thread: Exolandscapes - updated 5/30/14

  1. Exolandscapes - updated 5/30/14

    Two new ones from me. AR & PS...

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    Very nice stuff. Thanks for posting these. You've got it seamless. It might be easy to spot where it was painted but not at this resolution. Very smooth.

    In the olden days of yore, matte paintings were surprisingly loosely painted -- or let's just say it was looser than it looked on screen. Now with high definition and all that, combined with the ability to use and combine photos and manipulate them, it's really raised the bar. Looks great!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

  3. That's so true. The old film grain really served to hide some really loose brushwork. The classic for this is the 'warehouse' shot at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Take a look at the painting - http://vashivisuals.com/wp-content/u...ers2_LARGE.jpg it's amazing that this held up so well on screen.

    I've always worked digitally, but even that has moved so fast. Just a few years ago I was working on 1024 pixel wide images. Nowadays 8000 pixels is becoming routine, and more often than not is beng projected onto 3D geometry for complex camera-moves etc. The days of being able to get-away with imperfect images is long gone...

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    I really like matte painting you did. Really want to learn how to do it. Do I really need Photoshop to do it. Can I do all in Artrage ? It's such beautiful imagination places Wish to see more.

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    Both your landscapes are wonderful acd. They really give the feeling of being in another world, yet are beautiful vistas in their own right. Excellent!

  6. Quote Originally Posted by pai View Post
    I really like matte painting you did. Really want to learn how to do it. Do I really need Photoshop to do it. Can I do all in Artrage ? It's such beautiful imagination places Wish to see more.
    Pai: you absolutely CAN do this in Artrage. I use Photoshop partly because I have been using it for so long that it feels comfortable, and because it does make some processes a little easier. For professional use, Photoshop will always be part of my toolkit, but for personal projects, Artrage does everything you need. I always use Artrage for all the painted elements in my scenes, even though I could do it in Phtoshop, as the AR brush tools just feel so much more intuitive to me.

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    Wow! Awesome paintings. I love the way you've done this!

  8. Thank you :-)

    Another one from the same project:

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    You certainly display a high professional quality and talent as well as an impressive know-how of "tricks" in Your quiver ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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