This is a cover for White Wolfs Changling books. Created in PS cs2.
Surprised this was not an editors pick.
Hi Marley hows it going? Illumina in New Zealand? thats awesome. He he talking about Muscle bound bereoe I just finished a conan so Im not through with buff eheries quite yet . I would love to visit NZ one of these days, I must indeed.
Thanks you Matthew and that makes sense, some of the figure in the background are actually orgres and about 12 ft tall and the ones in the front are more like goblisn about 4feet/3feet. It was fun to play with sizes in this one.
Thank you Rita.
Thank you Pierre, I was inspired by the Movie Labyrinth.
i was going to mail you soon, as i had actually, and to my great suprise stumbled upon a copy of "Illumina"..its fantastic..more so of the fact that i never thought i'd get the chance to see the book, then finding one in a small township in New Zealand, it just made my day. Anyways this is my favourite piece of yours in sometime, its everything from the colours to the composition. nice to see original characters too...I.E not a faery or a musclebound warrior..i've had enuff of them..ANYWAYS J,P come round for a visit sometime ..Regards,Marley
Very good job.
The more I look at this the more I appreciate it on different levels. At first my eye was fooled by the diminishing contrasts and colours which give a natural sense of depth, but then I noticed you had brought forward the background figures in terms of scale a bit like a movie poster montage but it's all quite subtle. For me, the effect it has is really nice. You can almost hear the whispers from the figures in the background as your eyes seems to zoom in on them as the composition leads you round the image. I hope that made sense!!.... Elegant yet striking work!
What a wondeful work!
This is beautiful. It was creepy to scroll down and then see the real monsters at the bottom. The central figure in the red dress perfectly balances the image. I would love to read the story for this.
Truly creepy. It reminds me of the banquet scene in Neil Jordan's Company of Wolves. Great piece.
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