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Default Random landscape WIP... - 11-10-2010, 10:14 AM

Hey there,

This is something I'm working on, it's not the most original looking landscape I know, but I'm using it more to focus on trying to learn more about photo integration etc which is something I'm pretty new at. Anyway, thanks for looking and any criticism or suggestions much appreciated!

So here is the initial thumbnail sketch - I did a whole bunch of these very quickly, just a minute each max just to get some ideas down, this is the one I liked best.



Then slightly more refined value sketch in Photoshop:



Then final concept sketch. Changed the layout of the mountains quite a bit...



And here is the matte so far...this is still far from finished, particularly the left hand mountain & foreground, the waterfalls etc, the building...ok so basically everything is unfinished...!



Thanks again for looking, and any crits on work so far much appreciated.
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Default 11-14-2010, 12:41 PM

Here's an update after a few more hours work. Taken out the waterfall as obviously this would be a moving element if this was a real matte. Still lots to do, not very happy with the way the mountains are sitting on the water and the background mountains also need some sorting out I think. Any crits very welcome!



Cheers for looking!

Kris
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Default 11-18-2010, 10:39 AM

Hey there,

Here is another little update. The two messy black areas on the left and right of the foreground are leftovers from the concept, these are going to be closer rocks, and haven't started on the building yet - thinking of making a 3D model for this. Anyway, thanks for looking and any tips or crits much appreciated!



Cheers everyone

Kris
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