Lesley Richmond Lesley photographs trees, focusing on the intricacy of their branching structures and then prints these images on cloth, using a medium that creates a dimensional surface. She then eliminates selected background areas, leaving the structural images of trees as the dominant feature. The images are then painted with metal patinas and pigments.
David Gilliver - Two's Company A photographer who uses light effects to interact with the space and the landscape he is shooting. I find it fascinating to see the way the light interacts with the space and the impact that it has.
Irma Cerese presents expressive landscapes which sometimes border on the abstract, but her primary focus is on color relationships. Color itself has always fascinated her and formed the basis of her work, however she found she needed a concrete point of reference and landscape has provided that. Now she incorporates elements of the natural world into an underlying geometric structure, where some shapes are only loosely tethered to the perceived world.
Here are some sketches and concept art that shows what goes into making the amazing views and scenes that are in the games we play today! Just look at all the detail put into making the sketches for the finished version!
This is an awesome lego castle that does not come in a set. Why legos are important to me, is because they are fun to build with and create structures with them. You can build pretty much anything with them, if you have the right bricks. Other people can like it because they might want to put their time to build an awesome masterpiece with their own hand. And with a bunch of bricks you can build anything you want.
The visuals in Game of Thrones keep blowing us away — and now we have a glimpse of the process that's created them. Concept artist Kimberley Pope has posted dozens and dozens of her designs for seasons one and two.