Thursday, October 18, 2007

Factory #3


16 comments:

paull said...

Hi Philip, Paul Lasaine here. Thanks for visiting my new blog. I love your work. And I'm jealous that not only can you draw and paint, you do 3D too! I keep saying I'm going to learn, but never seem to find the time. Meanwhile the years fly by. Was most of this work done for one studio in particular???

lautrette said...

WOW!!!!! what a great blog you have! really inspiring and i agree with paul(hi paul!) you are really versatile...a treat in this buisness.

more, more!

thnak you for the nice comments on my stuff.

Mark McDonnell said...

NICE man!!! Nice to see the two images next to each other. You be realllllllllllll good,

MAC

John Nevarez said...

Hi Phil. Beautiful, beautiful work!!!!

John

A. Riabovitchev said...

Beautiful stuff Philip!
You have great blog!:o)

Simon Scales said...

Super stuff mate. Always love your compositions. Simon

SIM-R said...

Great stuff as usual Phil . I remember when you first showed me these when you got back from C .
Still impressive stuff .

Cheers buddy .

Brent Gordon said...

Phil, that's SICK! ma' man! Good job......

Philip Dimitriadis said...

Hi everyone..thanks for all the great feedback and for visiting my blog:

Paull, most of the Cg work was done for my current set of projects at Mike Young Productions in Woodland Hills. Other work displayed here has been for Big Idea Productions Feature division, and other various freelance. Over the past 5 years of modeling, I have started using Maya in a development phase for set design. It has become easy for changes, and always provides numerous camera views that one piece of artwork can not sometimes display. In combination with artwork it has become a great way to display ideas for developing projects.

Thanks Christophe!! More coming soon!!!

Thanks Mark, hope you are doing well.

Thanks John, Hope all is going well over at Imagi.

Thanks Andrei, love your work.

Thanks Simon....hope all is well down under. Kepp up that book Illustration.

Thanks Simon, yeah you are right, from C. Time to start developing some new stuff in Photoshop & Painter. Will have some new stuff to display soon...Opps...gotta run.. baby waking up....

Brent..you rock brother. Hop all is well and you are staying busy. God bless..

thanks everyone,
till next time
Chow

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Really superb concepts !! A man who can draw and do amazing 3D !!

Marcelo Vignali said...

Phillip, I really enjoy seeing your hand drawn designs. It's like peeking into your brain.

David Colman said...

these are great...so much mood in the sketches and somehow you kept that in the 3D models...thanx for sharing both.....

great lighting my friend...

thanx for stopping by my blog.

Walter Gatus said...

Awesome!!! Your 3d models are just as fluid as your sketches. Great stuff.

George Cwirko-Godycki said...

your work is incredible and inspiring

Alfred Llupia said...

Great Philip!i really like this pieces and the 3d below its amazing!greetings now from London.

Charlie said...

These remind me of some environments I worked in: smelting furnace design and hydro electric generating stations. I did a series of watercolours for the company Christmas cards, looked like dantes fires. Can send them to you if interested. Light and dark, orange,red, ochre etc