Summon The Seeserpent by j-art ()
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Somewhere in an unreal land far away there’s a mysterious place where you’ll be able to summon the mighty seeserpent. Now it’s up to you to find the place, haha. Well it’s a free piece I did during some jobs I still need to finish but I needed a change.
As it seems to become more and more important to the audience to talk about the process of creating a piece than to just enjoy the result, here we go. This is another one I didn’t paint from scratch, instead of sketching I used some 3d apps. So its more a matte painting than a painting and it’s not really a 2d painting. I used Zbrush to create the basic form of the strange rock formations, took it into Vue and where I build and rendered the complete landscape, after that I took it into Photoshop and changed the color the way I wanted it, than took the whole thing into Painter and painted over the whole piece to give it kind of a “painted” look and applied the figures and switched from Painter to Photoshop and forth and back top paint in more and more detail till it looked finished to me :-).
Hope you like anyway, thanks for looking :-)
Image Comments (94)
Einfach ganz klasse image Uwe. Was mir besonders gefällt ist die Dragon-Felsformation mit all den wucherten Bäumen und an Top der Centaur mit dem Schwert .... alle Zeit bereit für den kampf mit dem lebenden Drachen. Das aufkommende Sonnenlicht dass auf dem Wasser und Rocks reflektiert wird gibt dem ganzen eine sehr dramatische Scenerie. Auffällig sind all die kleinen Details wie Wurzeln oder die Baumrinde sowie Äste und das Laub. Eines deiner besten Bilder überhaupt und ich hoffe wir bekommen noch mehr solche detailed gefüllten Bilder zu sehen. Top notch till to the last pixel Thumbsup !!!
I really like the landforms/rocks that make another dragon! That is so clever and a treat to find among the other treasures. And I would never have known you did not paint this all in Painter if you had not described your process--it is fun to know how you achieved this image!