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January 9th, 2009 #1
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.
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Sooo dammm good man, keep posting!!!
January 9th, 2009 #4
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.
January 9th, 2009 #5
woah! looking stunning
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Beautiful. Reminds me of Bioshock in terms of atmosphere and style.
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very cool stuff.
January 9th, 2009 #11
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!
January 9th, 2009 #12
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.
January 9th, 2009 #13
some great stuff here, I really like the reflections in the puddles on the cobblestone street images
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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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thats incredible work how many years of experience have u got ?
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January 9th, 2009 #20
Awesome illustrations! Look very mystic and magical!
I want to go to these locations now!
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Really nice work. I'm really digging the style, there's a suedo realism to it that makes it feel like it has a lot of depth and texture as if you could picture yourself within the location, and then yet you put on this very elegant touch of mysticism and awe. It really works wonders for the atmosphere.
Really enjoyed looking at 'em!
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Awesome Stuff Jeff!
January 9th, 2009 #26
The clock with the heart in the center is just nasty cool. Frickin' kickass!
January 9th, 2009 #27
Wowzers. All of it.
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Awesome stuff man! I showed it to my girlfriend who is an avid point and click adventure fan and she went giddy giddy
Thanks for sharing this with us!