The Chamber by bp76

The Chamber

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Added: Mar 06, 2003
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a first try for a full digital piece. done in photoshop

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pagan's picture

damn that is good a light atmosphere, makes me want to play the game thief again

bp76's picture

Thanks Kay! Unfortunely there was better color before I darkened it up. I've redone it to where there's less shadows. Thanks for the comment!

Guest's picture

Even better in the long shot...wowzer color.

bp76's picture

Wanted to say this earlier... go check out Katherine Dinger's Epilogue gallery and her tutorial page, http://div.dyndns.org/EK/tutorial/. Her tutorials helped me a lot with this piece. She's got some really awesome work, so stop by and take a look!

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Thanks Marley! About the textures, I just messed around with the levels in PS to bring up some of the textures from my original drawing. Then I just embossed them and placed most of the textures on the columns. I had quite a few layers, heheheh.

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Thanks guest. Didn't have much in the way of reference for the lighting so I'm glad that it turned out with some semblance of realism.

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Thank you Emily!

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Thanks Sarah! I originally was going to have light coming from hanging chandeliers of candles, but decided ona stronger light source. Glad you like it!

thrax-1's picture

hey brian Smile,thats stunning!how did you achieve those textures?good job for first full digital piece btw.very nice Laughing out loud

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This lighting is really dramatic! I'm a huge fan of strong lighting...so, keep 'em coming!

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the lighting on this is beautiful! the mood you've created is great, like you are actually standing there trying to make out what's in the distance. great job!

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Very nice, I like the depth that you gave this pic, and the ligthing seems just right. Keep up the good work.

Art at its best.