The Infinite Oz - The Lake Before And After by Rochr ()
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This scene was made for the Infinite Oz project for Fallon/Scifi channel and B-Reel, as part of the promotional campaign for the mini series Tin Man.
All the terrain were made with Bryce´s terrain editor and imported into Cinema4D where the rest was built, and rendered with Maxwell.
Then i brought the scene into Photoshop, blew up the size to end resolution and painted the finer details.
The resolution at 11000x7000 is probably the largest i´ve worked with and was a challenge in its own. :)
Don´t forget to watch the animation here. :)
Hope you enjoy.
Image Comments (73)
gmvgmvgmv () 4:01PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Intriguing construct along with a wonderful harmony of elements; beautifully composed and executed scene. Congrats!
Peggy_Walters () 4:12PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
The video is great! Watched it several times, forward and backward - it's really great at full speed.
Cisseta () 4:13PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Absolutely Amazing!! You've created an excellent piece which is really stunning!! Thanks a bunch for sharing it with us!! Now to go see the animation!! v
Trepz () 4:13PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
'bout fuckin time someone does something good with maxwell.......
lemonjim () 4:14PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
AAAwesome and up to your usual standards too! I always think it would be fun to come and just sit behind you (quietly) and watch some project like this one coming to life.
Paul Francis () 4:19PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
I'm moved beyond words. I first got into art over 30 years ago when my brother gave me for Christmas a book of Roger Dean's artwork for Yes....the seismic shock of seeing such creativity and sheer beauty moved me to become an artist and is still with me even now, and this takes me straight back there. This picture, on the face of it, deceptively simple and plain compared to your other inspirational works, is just beyond words in its pure and essential beauty and reminds me once more of the power of art to move the soul and stir deep emotions. The most moving and perfect piece I have ever seen here.
ThomasMacCallum () 4:23PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
That is an incredible and inspirational project..... WOW!
ReaphSharc () 4:27PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
I just saw the site and I must admit it is the most stunning part of animation I've seen in a long long time. Big fat thumbs up to all those involved.
Gog () 4:28PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Awesome work Rudy, and the infinite oz is superb, you must be proud to have worked in such a talented team.
TwoPynts () 4:34PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Oh my garsh that is incredible! I am very impressed with all the aspects of this image. Time to check out the ani! :o)
thundering1 () 4:37PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
That's a fantastic landscape - awesome work, and the animation was cool too! Guess they saved the best for last, huh? Well done!
scanmead () 4:43PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Amazing what can be done with "white" in the hands of a talented artist. Congrats, Rudy!
Claymor () 4:46PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Sometimes your work surpasses the available superlatives. This is one of those times.
RodsArt () 4:57PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Way over the top Pal, especially the resolution challange. Thanks for the insight.
BecSchm () 5:29PM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Beautiful, and the animation just blows my mind! Wonderful!