Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Who needs lunch...












Have you ever worked so long on a computer in Photoshop or Maya, that when you go home or get in your car you think of Ctrl Z or another hot key command that doesn't really apply to the real world you are currently in. These are a series of locations I had to produce that all had to hook up to each other for one show, so lunch was out the window for a little. I included some reverse angles because I spent a lot of effort being concerned about what we would see after the camera turned around. I wish I had a little more time to push a couple designs. I was really excited because at the end they gave me credit for Production Designer.

19 comments:

Marco said...

The CTRL-Z one sounds very familiar, especialy when I work in my house. Many things I had to do over again, because I'm not used to think before I do...

SIM-R said...

The credit is rightfully deserved .
Nice selection of shots too .
Beautiful work Phil!!

SIM-R said...

The credit is rightfully deserved .
Nice selection of shots too .
Beautiful work Phil!!

JOSE LOPEZ said...

Hey Phil,

Amazing work my friend!

Lopez

Edwin Rosell said...

Great!Great!Great! What more can I say? :)

Mark McDonnell said...

WOW!!! Phil. Really really impressive man!!! Nice stuff and great framing in the shots you used to push the story man. Very very impressive PHIL!!! WOW, you blew me away. If you can mention it, what show was this for???

MAC

cdeboda said...

Congrats on the credit! Curious if you're going to texture some of these models on your blog? Looks great as it is but interested in how the final rendering (w/textures) will turn out as well. Just a thought.

Brent Gordon said...

You KICK ASS Phil! Good job!

David Colman said...

these are amazing!!! wow double time!!! love the shots and angles....

I agree w/the ctrl z perpspective... When I oil paint on the weekends and I put downa stroke that doesnt work, or the color is off...instead of immediately grabbing my palette knife to scrap I think about hitting the keyboard..oh wait..thats my palette...no keyboard...

marcobucci said...

wow, this is one heck of a blog! I love it. That model of the old broken house is just amazing! And your camera angles are just great. I'll definitely be back here!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

So amazing I wept !!! These are all stunning Philip !!!! I'll give you the Andrew Glazebrook Gold star for these !! :)

Simon Scales said...

Hey Phil - great stuff as always - keep up the good work man!!

Cartoon Creators said...

Really cool work! Love the detail

Joseph Sapulich said...

Phil,

You are gifted my friend. It's always a joy to view your blog. Beautiful work.

Joseph Sapulich said...

Phil,

Awesome. Your work is top notch.

j

Boris Andreev said...

Hi Phil,
Very interesting works! I like how detailed they are,.. framing is also good.
Thanks for checking out my stuff.
Best regards from Vancouver!

Armand Serrano said...

Great choice of camera angles and very good lighting. Good job, Phil.

shahen said...

This is crazinessss.
Awesome work Phil!!!!!!!!

Drakath said...

Wonderful work! Very inspiring...