I haven't posted about photo manipulation in a white, I have been quite focused on editorial and branding more because of the style, however I am a fan of digital illustration. I also used to love spending my weekends mixing photos to create what I wanted and that's what Ankur Patar did for Adobe Stock - Lost Masterpiece - Rembrandt. He simply recreated one of Rembrandt's masterpieces that was stolen titled "Storm on the Sea of Galilee". It's a classic Baroque piece, with that contrast of light and dark good and evil that the movement usually explored. The end result of Ankur's work is quite impressive, check it out. Ankur is a award winning Illustrator, Creative Retoucher & Photographer. He has been into Advertising industry for the last 10 years and have loved each moment of it. For more information and to see his full profile check out https://www.behance.net/ankilien I was commissioned by Adobe to re-create Rembrandt’s lost masterpiece “Storm on the Sea of Galilee” which was stolen in 1990 from the Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts. I was tasked to make it look as close to the original as possible, entirely out of Adobe Stock photography. It was extremely challenging and one of my most difficult projects.
Midas Digital Studio is a digital agency from Liam Peru that worked on this amazing campaign to promote the people and the country of Peru. The result is amazing, a blend of the countries best attraction displaying within their people. Enjoy! For more from Midas Digital Studio visit .behance.net/midas_digital.
An artist from Colombia, called Fulvio Obregon, created a funny series of illustrations showing some celebrities in the past and the present, side by side. But not just that, he puts all his talent to bring style and fun to every single piece. This project is a series of illustrations of celebrities, where each occupies the same place in the 'I' past with its present 'I', each character has some detail of what has been essentially along their respective career, life or profession." Don't forget to check more about Fulvio Obregon's work on Behance.
Dreino Studio from Indonesia created an amazing project and case study just to show what they are capable of. Check out the process and the video of how everything was done. Enjoy! For more from Dreino Studio visit dreimo.com and behance.net/dreimo. The Wild Trail There was an interesting process in making this artwork. We have to make a mock-up of the mountains as the property for the photo shoot. We make our own out of Styrofoam and shape it to resemble a cluster of mountains, valleys and rivers as you can see. When the mock-up was ready, we go to the photography process. First, We take photos of the mock-up, then just take a picture of shoes that have been customized on the lighting and angles in order to later be fitted when entering Digital Imaging process. When entering the Digital Imaging process, we add small elements to make it increasingly real. Simultaneously, in this process we do retouching and color correction in all its parts in order to make it look more attractive in terms of look and tone. All The process takes quite a long time, but we were very happy when seeing the end result. Details Process
Ultima is a body of work that is deeply rooted in environmentalism, showing my concern for the future by depicting the ways in which mankind’s creations have an impact on the planet. Primarily it is about the modern conflict between the manmade world and the natural world, and between modern and primitive cultures. For more from Nick Pedersen visit nick-pedersen.com. I portray this as an epic struggle and in my work these forces clash in theatrical, post-apocalyptic battlegrounds. My goal with this project is to create striking juxtapositions between the ruins of modern civilization and a futuristic ecological utopia. The narrative progression shows a rediscovery of these remnants belonging to the conceivably forgotten past. The Spirit Journey Guiding Signs Ancestral Markings The Great Divide Voices in the Ice Guardian Beasts Gathering of Elders Dancing Spirits Place of Power Tales of the Ancestors The Shaman's Song Foretelling the Future
This is awesome collection where you can see the before and after of some really cool works by Apix 10, a creative studio based in Jakarta-Indonesia. Apex specializes in production of high quality commercial CG and photo based imagery for the advertising and today we are sharing some before & after of their work. For more from Apix 10 visit apixten.com/. Haier Print Ad Before After Kratingdaeng Print Ad Before After Before After Toyota Avanza Before After After Future BAJAJ Before After Run Run Run Before After Specs - Octo Before After Mustang "Eternity" Before After
This is an awesome collection of futuristic digital illustrations from designer Kervin Brisseaux. Very good use of colors and shine lights making you feel like a part of the future. Enjoy! For more from Kervin Brisseaux visit behance.net/brisseaux.
These are two amazing digital illustrations by Mexican-Cuban-American illustrator Orlando Arocena. The amount of details that you will see and the quality of the final pieces is incredible. Enjoy! For more from Orlando Arocena visit behance.net/orlandoarocena.
The Cosmosys Art Collective is really proud to release Cosmosys XIII – Overdosed. We now show you our full and overwhelming newest artpack, 'OVERDOSED'. Our artists interpreted the state of an 'overdose' in varying ways, via the media of poetry to photography up to digital art. Our result is this new Exhibition. Enjoy! To view the entire Exhibition visit OVERDOSED. 'O' by Josue Iniguez (Dazegrafix) 'V' by Joakim Olaussen (joaking) and Daniel Tatarinow (Vexatious) 'E' by Bess 'R' by Maxime des TOUCHES 'D' by Kuldar Leement 'O' by Lucas Doerre 'S' by Moe Pike Soe 'E' by Martin Grohs 'D' by Eric Vasquez
Marcel Caram is an amazing digital artist from Brazil who is fascinated with creating Surreal Art. His surrealism styles reminds me a lot of dali for the landscape where most pieces take place but it has this amazing definition and sharpness that comes from the digital art which makes it even better. Enjoy! For more from Marcel visit flickr.com/photos/marcarambr and facebook.com/marcel.caram.1. For more from Marcel visit flickr.com/photos/marcarambr and facebook.com/marcel.caram.1.
One of the goals of this blog was and will always be to help designers and enthusiasts to improve their design skills but also to get motivated and inspired by other people's work. We feature portfolios, tutorials and case studies to do that and we hope you get as motivated as we get to try to create better work. Today we bring to you an amazing case study by Jörg Litschko from Stuttgart, Germany. The piece is an entry for the Mountain Dew Based Contest for the Design the Dew Contest on dA For more information about Jörg Litschko visit his website at http://www.thefers.com/ Sketches Final piece
A couple of years ago we published a beautiful wallpaper created by Adolfo Correa, a student of Graphic Design from Santiago, Chile. The image is a mix of drawings and digital arts with a really cool outcome. Adolfo has some great works in his portfolio and that we highly recommend that you check it out, especially some of the typography artworks like The Prodigi, A Tribute to Yulia Brodskaya and Free Tibet + Typography Case Study Final Piece Details For more information visit Adolfo's portfolio at http://www.behance.net/kultsi
This amazing digital illustration was done by the Polish designer Pawel Kozakowski, he used this image to enter the Fotolia TEN Content under the theme Travel. Here he will show us step by step how it was done, and give us some insights of what was done so check it out!For more from Pawel Kozakowski visit behance.net/pawelkozakowskiTravel Details Case StudyI generally used Photoshop CS6 and it took about 15 hours of work. I started work on the sketch of all scene (without details). Next I put on canvas the beach photo, sky, businessman and birds photos. Then I started to paint 'light lines' (without details- only a sketch). When i found general composition I started adding more elements and details. I started paint map and hand too. The next step was to set the color correction of individual elements and adding details. Finally I set general colour (I use photo filters (warming), levels and hue saturation fiter). The last step was to sharpen the entire image (I use High Pass with Soft light blending mode). For more from Pawel Kozakowski visit behance.net/pawelkozakowski
Nature In-Vader is another amazing digital illustration by Adam Spizak and on this post he will share with us step by step of how this nature inspired Star Wars image was done. Enjoy this awesome case study! For more from Adam Spizak visit behance.net/spizak and follow him on twitter twitter.com/adamspizak Some time ago the idea I had an idea to create nature inspired image that would have both the nature eco/environmentemental theme. The same time i was thinking it would be fun to make a cross into Star Wars on one had - invaders tribute on the other side. The project was open for few months (busy times lately so it was worked on nights), most of the elements was done in Maxon Cinema 4D and Pixologic ZBrush, other elements like Death Star took few days being hand-drawn. It all started with this basic concept. Case Study Base of the rendering was done - colours established , mixed two sets of materials for the mask - glossy black and glossy white to break the black colours a bit, some of the bg shapes were put in - done in PS. Frontal textures were added in to get darker worn off feel, all the mask GI lights were boosted, mask cracks added as well, invader screen was added inside the right eye. A lot more detail was added - plastic bags, the death star was hand-drawn and added in as a smoke shape from the light sabre cut, phone and modem are 80' reference. Florals were added with the bird - to balance out the right side and add the nature element, iPhone screes were fixed, lots of smaller elements - from the storm trooper to the neon sign More tweaking - adding details (small debris and dust) water and fishes were added as 2nd nature element and visual balance out for the right hand side. final polishing, colour corrections and depth of field. Final Version Here we have the final version of Nature In-Vader - the idea behind the image was to create image both inspired by StarWars - but the same time to play with the name and based it on the idea of nature being overrun by rubbish - with a dip of the 80 subculture. Wallpaper Hope everyone liked it, there's an wallpaper available for download at artisnavi.com/wallpapers-set-nature-in-vader/ For more from Adam Spizak visit behance.net/spizak and follow him on twitter twitter.com/adamspizak
Pierre-Alain D is a French digital artist that works under the name of 3MMI. His skills are amazing and his style is very dark and intriguing. Pierre developed this dark and intense vision of design through the years of working manly in the music industry. For more from Pierre-Alain D visit 3mmi.org
Embodied is an amazing digital illustration created for the international art collective Slashtree. Released in March under the theme of Fairytales. Wojciech breaks down step to step how he got this amazing work done. Check it out! For more about Wojciech Pijecki visit synectic.pl & behance.net/synectic Project Info Personal interpretation of Joseph Jacobs fairytale The Strange Visitor. The fairytale tells a story about an old lady, who was sitting in her chair and wishing for company. All of a sudden some strange person appears piece by piece(...) Embodied "A woman was sitting at her reel one night; And still she sat, and still she reeled, and still she wished for company." - Joseph Jacobs Details Breakdown Process
This amazing digital illustration was designed by the Polish designer Michael Tomaka. Using over 20 photos to put together this illustration and on this post you can see the process and the details of the final piece. Enjoy! For more from Michael Tomaka visit michaltomaka.pl and behance.net/MichaelTomaka It's my first illustration, inspiration I take from Dopludo Collective they have a amazing works and you can see it on the web site dopludo.com or behance profile Dopludo Collective Dopludo Illustration - Original version, my inspiration This piece inspired me to create a digital illustration of the NatureMan Process Details Final Image