Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Valley View


or near that street anyway. every single shape is altered, pushed and skewed in this one even though it looks somewhat real. had an interesting talk with Robert Valley which lead to this. although my stuff isn't nearly as pushed as his. i really exaggerated the rhythms of the trees, bushes and lawns as well, pushing and distorting them quite a bit while keeping the values and colors on the very real side. the shapes are very simplified and designed. the atmospheric perspective is exaggerated too to enhance the depth of the street. in reality its not nearly as strong.

10 Comments:

Blogger Scott Forbes said...

Simply incredible!

10:46 AM  
Blogger m3ng said...

Love it! And thanks for the link to Robert Valley!

12:42 PM  
Anonymous Benjamin Plouffe said...

Haven't been to your site in over a year! Thanks for all the posts. Inspirational , really. I like the Unchartered 3 images!

thanks again for posting

6:17 PM  
Blogger karlsimon said...

you're getting better and better at this! nice

2:47 AM  
Blogger ChrisOrtega said...

Dang, this is awesome. These style studies are so much fun to look at.
Thanks for posting them.

9:05 AM  
Blogger Thomas Fluharty said...

WOw Rob, Been a fan for a long time. Just check out your website with all the galleries and WOW was blown away my friend. YOu Totally get it...Thanks for inspiring me greatly. TRULY~T

1:57 PM  
Blogger Alejandro Gonzalez said...

Alberto Mielgo does the same style. I'm going to try it out. I like it. You said you skewed the shapes. How do you create the shapes? I'm guessing since you have to create many shapes, you have to create ALOT of layers. Am I right?

4:07 PM  
Blogger Billy George said...

VERY nice Robh! I love the clean graphic simplicity of these.

7:29 PM  
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