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kakikukeko
03-01-2006, 09:10 PM
Hi, I discover that forum few weeks ago, and that's really a pleasure to browse it everyday..
I started to work in 3D (mainly as a modeler and a lighter..) and then quit that area to do various coloring jobs as I prefer the quick response that has 2D compared to the long process of 3D.. then recently I really decided to go toward matte painting, as it combines my those two domains..

So after a first light try for a friend who wants to build a swimming pool,
before:http://kakikukeko.free.fr/still/matte/ref.jpg

after:http://kakikukeko.free.fr/still/matte/piscine.jpg


I decided to try a more difficult attempt.. I dont know how long it will take , dont even know if I will be able to do it..
the idea is quite simple, I started from a photo I took from the car,
http://kakikukeko.free.fr/still/matte/CIMG3262.jpg

and will try to transform all the vehicules in flying one.. and probably to add some props and vehicules in the sky too..

http://kakikukeko.free.fr/still/matte/taiwan_matte_concept.JPG


but here is where I am so far... still looking for the design of the car in the front :)
http://kakikukeko.free.fr/still/matte/matte_futur%20taiwan2.jpg

critics and comments are really welcome :)

Dream Artisan
03-01-2006, 09:17 PM
Nice work. You have a good eye. I love the car and street concept--looking forward to that final! I think real photos make for great starting points in a lot of these projects.

Espnetboy3
03-01-2006, 11:23 PM
Looks very good the first pool shot. Did you just clone the little piece of the deck you had to work with to make the deck around the pool? Because texture wise it looks exact. The flying car concept is almost the same idea me and a few friends were sharing this weekend.

kakikukeko
03-02-2006, 05:13 AM
thx
>Espnetboy3 :
for the floor, I pained the missing part from "scratch" , but for the wall of the pool, I took a picture of a group of planks of the deck from the first floor, then clone that group on the wall, then paint on it to change the values/color a bit..

and yeah I must admit that the originality is not the strong point of that 2d piece :D and that kind of flying car is very "return to the future "-like..