Saturday, March 5, 2011

Count Zero - Desert Sprawl


Another scene from Count Zero. Turner, a corporate mercenary, waits for nightfall to extract an employee of Maas Biolabs and get him to the Hosaka corporation. The labs are a giant corporate arcology built into the side of a mesa. Turner's team uses the residual heat signatures of the metal panels in an abandoned sprawl construction site to hide from satellite observation.

14 comments:

Zachary said...

Nice. A couple thoughts, were you to take it further:

composition still feels a little 50/50 -- maybe make one shape a little more dominant than the other,

not feeling the black shadows, especially in a desert scene that is really high key, I think you could push a little color in there,

backside of the wooden crate on the left should go darker value to match the shadow structure you have set up in the rest of the piece...

Keep at it!

Mauricio said...

Sup, dude! I like the wide angle lens you're using to convey the scale of the place. Glad to see all this good work coming out recently

Arthur Fong said...

We miss you, Gray... glad you're still keeping up the blog! Good luck at telltale!

Zachary said...

MOAR NEW STUFF, GRAY!

Jparked said...

great stuff Gray!

Tyler (characters N' sketches) said...

I ran into your blog...AMAZING stuff.

Alina Chau said...

beautiful!

chibiaion said...

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Graham Ross said...

I imagine myself as the sniper, surveying the landscape before me. Dangerous...all-seeing...and having to go to the bathroom....

Zachary said...

Zee new work, ware izz eet?

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