This is looking really impressive! I really love the colours here!One thing I would probably try changing is the two little islands below the mother-ship on the left. It seems they are not following the angle. If they were meant to be this way then ok, my comment is invalid : )
Hey Mark :) I think it would be really valuable to others if you were break-down your work-flow in terms of your digital paintings; looks like you're using Maya to block out your more complex perspectives (if I can presume a link between your recent 'help post' and the prevailing shapes here). The brief asks you to create 'animated GIFs' of your workflow - i.e. break down your build-ups, as the way in which artists make work is at least as fascinating - if not more so - as the finished artefact. I'd love to see the trail of breadcrumbs from provisional block-out to colour variations etc. It would make for a very exciting blog post - and a very exciting creative development blog more generally :)
Thankyou Samantha, I do agree though, we have a slightly squiffy city element in there, Maybe that's the party island ha.For sure Phil, for the next ones I can make the gif's of the workflow that was involved, I was just testing the maya tutorials on that one to see if I could make it work in photoshop - having a few issues with angles though, that I need to speak with Simon tomo :)
Eeyup, this is stunning.