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September 27th, 2009 #1
Marco Bucci Art Thread
This is my first post on ConceptArt, so I guess I should introduce myself. I'm Marco Bucci; I work as a matte painter/concept artist in Toronto, Canada. Also a dedicated student of painting. So much good art on these forums...decided to finally sign up and post some stuff. Feel free to c&c!
To start with, here's a fairly straight forward cityscape. Every matte painter inevitably has to do a fair share of these
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Hi Marco! By a curious coincidence, I just suscribed to your channel on youtube a few hours ago, and then i see you are here on CA too.
Awesome stuff man.
September 28th, 2009 #9
Whoooaaa!!!! I ended up losing myself in your blog and website. So much quality work there, Im excited to see this sketchbook being filled up too! Thanks for the video process too. Really enjoyed them!
Oh, and your oil paintings are superb! Richard Schmid influence?
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wow!cool!i like it!
October 8th, 2009 #12
Olivier - thanks for the subscription! I'll try and get a new vid up there soon.
BenDragon - Thanks a lot! Yeah, Schmid is definitely one of my big influences. Along with Sargent, Weistling, Lipking...you can find traces of all of them somewhere I think.
Rustveld - Definitely get yourself a DS. Lots of fun! Mine doesn't seem to be working anymore unfortuantely
Jamesharry - thanks!
Here's another painting:
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TheGnoll - very cool gallery you have as well.
Here's some more stuff.
My friends over at The Labyrinth Book Store (which some of you may be familiar with) are asking artists to submit a piece to their Iron Giant Project. Anything goes, as long as it's related to the film. This is mine:
This is a straight forward quicksketch concept for a matte painting:
And some color keys for a short film project that's currently in limbo.
October 22nd, 2009 #16
This one was a fun experiment. I originally painted everything in focus, and then hand-painted a depth map to get the blur. A depth map will be familiar to any 3D artist out there. It's basically just a grayscale image, where black represents close distance, and white represents far distance (and everything in between). This map can be fed into Photoshop's Lens Blur filter to achieve a sophisticated depth of field blur.
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hey good stuff man! love the small thumbnails and the matte concepts
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You have some very good paintings in here, the cityscapes are epic! Keep up the good work!
November 28th, 2009 #23
MY GOD I WANT THAT DS THING NOW AND HOW DO YOU MAKE YOUR SKYSCRAPERS LOOK SO NEAT!? D:
Your work is gorgeous! I think for the more cartoony layouts, you could have them a bit more 'lived in', say a washing line full of mine worker's dungarees and underpants, or posters or signs for stores, etc. Thank you for your inspiring work!
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Your enviros are great! Love the feel of your stuff.
Your experiment on post 16 has an appealing look. realy draws the eyes
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Marco Bucci! I've seen your videos on youtube. They are very very helpful and I hope you'll make more of them.
I love the depth of field painting. Looks ace.
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