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    Massive Art Post of New work from Fishhead

    It's been a while since I've posted anything new. This is my latest concept art and illustration from a new point and click adventure game I directed called Return to Ravenhearst. It's a adventure game in the vein of the old style Myst PC games.
    Here are a few selections from 2008. It shipped in late November. I've included both sketches, concepts and finished artwork. I'll post some step by steps later if there is any interest. I used a lot of 3d geometry in Maya as well as zbrush. The influences were from English Arts and Crafts art movement.
    Here's a lot of art love.

    Fishhead
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    www.bigfishgames.com


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    They are so good.

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    Sooo dammm good man, keep posting!!!

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    Wow...amazing concepts and resulting finished illustrations! Wonderful to behold.
    I had already fallen in love with the illustration from Madame Fate and wondered how the hell you had done them. I was pleased to know that you had posted some steps and 3d shots at your site.
    As with Madame Fate, here you captured a very unique mood of funfairs and late 50s movies. You're a true inspiration. Thanks for posting so many shots at good resolutions.

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    woah! looking stunning

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    These are so awesome!
    I love your work! A big thank you for sharing details about the process!
    Keep on inspiring us
    When in doubt, run and shout.

    Sketchbook Vol.2


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    click there!

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    Beautiful. Reminds me of Bioshock in terms of atmosphere and style.

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    Awesome, awesome work, I really like all of these. And it's great to see your process as well. Thanks you!

    -Kev

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    oh man,those dolls are way too scary...awesome
    Sketchbook

    Sketchbooks of inspiration:
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    Always think about:
    lighting! design! perspective! proportion!
    And (self)motivation is still everything.

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    very cool stuff.

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    Great quality work here. Your pictures really seem to convey the emotions and purpose they were originally given. The detail is out of this world. I love each setting for its own reasons, but that giant gingerbread man kind of freaks me out.
    Keep it up!

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    I am so impressed and blown away. I had actually applied to Big Fish about a year ago. Looks like I'm going to really have to step it up if I want to get in. Thanks so much for sharing, I'm inspired and utterly amazed with this fine body of work.

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    some great stuff here, I really like the reflections in the puddles on the cobblestone street images

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    yeeeee
    love your work man, was hoping to see something from you again! ^^

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    Wow, just great stuff as usual. I'm curious to know how Zbrush comes into your workflow. I've thought of using it for rocks but end up using just a 2d texture.

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