Monday, June 26, 2006

Beach From Tarzan



The first artwork is an underlay level I did for a scene from Tarzan. The foliage was purposely detailed since it's a pan set-up and needs to see details in the background as camera pans. I don't remember what exactly this scene is for but I'm sure it's towards the end of the movie. Too bad, I can't find the bg for this so I imported the file to Photoshop and made it into a quick beach painting.

12 comments:

Henry Elmo Bawden said...

Nice,

I like the way you added the palm trees in the foreground. It really helps with the overall piece. By the way, I'm adding a link to you from my blog. Good stuff Armand.

-Henry

Doron Meir said...

Looks great!

Mark McDonnell said...

Beautiful man. Great show, great artwork.

MAC

Taylor Krahenbuhl said...

Your artwork is so beautiful and inspiring!!! Thank you for setting the bar so high, it gives me something to shoot for. Great work.

Marcelo Vignali said...

I could go surfing at a beach like that! ;¬)

Hans said...
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Hans said...

Beautiful! I'm with Marcelo, if only I knew how to, I'd definitely go surfing there, what a beautiful place. Very appealing colors and I love the foreground/background elements you added to the colored version, it gives it nice depth. Nice touch with the birds too.
How long did it take you to do the coloring?

Btw, thanks for stopping by my photoblog, it's much appreciated:) I'm going to Savannah GA with my new camera this weekend, so hopefully I'll have a bunch of pics. to post next week.

Take care and have a great weekend:)

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! Great to see these prodction arts!

Armand Serrano said...
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Armand Serrano said...

Thanks guys and for your question Hans, it took me an hour to do the painting on Photoshop. Can't wait to see a lot of good Savannah photos on your blog soon. Have a safe trip.

Anonymous said...

What can I say, you are an excellent artist, passionate about your craft but you're also an awesome Dad, a wonderful husband and a great person. (I guess, you bloggers, also have to know that!!)

Andrew Glazebrook said...

This one passed me by,this is fantastic work !!!