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Making of Waiting the Wind Part 2

03-10-2017

In making this image, I wanted to create a peaceful atmosphere, with bright colors and nothing aggressive. I was inspired by images that I had seen in manga...

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Making of Witness Step 1

03-03-2017

I created this image soon after "Les arpents de vignes". For a long time, I've been trying to create renders of the countryside seen from above, but without success so far. Creating "Les arpents de vignes" allowed me to create something more aerial using the same techniques. The title, Witness, was inspired by the deeply rural life of the eponymous motion picture film.

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Making of The Road Goes Ever On, Sam Gamgee Pt 2

02-24-2017

At the time of developing this image, Peter Jackson had just begun filming “The Hobbit” and the extended version of “The Lord of the Rings Trilogy” was finally released on Blu-Ray. Both of these were the triggers to do a render in Tolkien’s Middle-Earth. However, the inspiration for the image came not from the movies, but from Tolkien’s original writing...

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Making of The Road Goes Ever On, Sam Gamgee

02-17-2017

At the time of developing this image, Peter Jackson had just begun filming “The Hobbit” and the extended version of “The Lord of the Rings Trilogy” was finally released on Blu-Ray. Both of these were the triggers to do a render in Tolkien’s Middle-Earth. However, the inspiration for the image came not from the movies, but from Tolkien’s original writing...

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Making of Aerial Training Part 4

02-03-2017

In the final installment, Luigi shows us a novel way to create and set up terrains for a scene with such a large scope.

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