It’s been available for awhile now, so you probably had the chance to binge through it multiple times by now. If so – what did you think about it?
We are very proud that we were commissioned by DIGIC Pictures in the production of The Secret War and we’ve just updated our portfolio section, telling you about what part we took in creating that episode.
Unfortunately right now we don’t have permissions to share the actual concepts, but we hope to be able to show them at some point. 🙂
Until then we’ve selected images from the final film that illustrate best what elements we created concept designs for.
We can finally share that we took part in the creation of the new short film for Rainbow Six with the awesome team at Digic Pictures.
We had the chance to design a lot of keyframes and locations, do some mood, lighting, fx concepts and also help with some of the costume designs. Hope we can share more soon!
More of our professional projects will make it to the book!
In many cases it’s up to our client if we can include the designs in our art book or not. So as we are putting together the book, answers to our permission requests are rolling in. The most recent news is that we get to print the work we’ve done for National Geographic – both for the Year Million and Mars series projects.
Who’s going to London in the beginning of March?
Our Mark will be a speaker at the Vertex conference, an event that brings the CG community together. He’ll talk about keyframe video game art techniques, but there will be many amazing artists from all over the globe, giving you their insight on various fields of 2D and 3D art, so be sure to check out the event!
Raising our glasses to everyone on the Alienist crew!
We are proud and honoured that we could work together with the great production designer Mara Lepere-Schloop and the whole crew of the production.
Now The Alienist is the winner in the category of the Best Television Movie / Limited Series at the 23rd Annual Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Awards!
Getting personal feedback on your work can help with that last push that allows you take your work to the next level. This is exactly why we decided, that in the spirit of #FeedbackFebruary we want to help out everyone that orders our artbook this month.
You may ask for a quick portfolio review, a critique on an art piece or some advice based on your chosen field – whatever you want help with.
Buy our book now, and send us the order confirmation to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can schedule a session with you – be sure to let us know what type of discussion you’ll want and send us a link to your work.
Looking forward to hearing from you!