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Hyper G One - hangar steps by Hideyoshi Hyper G One - hangar steps by Hideyoshi
Got permission to post these! :)

I did so called "pitch artwork" for 2 Hollywood screenwriters, Gregg Chabot and Kevin Peterka. They are trying to sell a sci-fi storyscript and needed some promotional illustrations.
Had lots of fun on all the paintings! :)

This is the step-by step to the Hyper G One hangar piece. :bulletblue: [link]
(dunno about the image category I put this in now,,,not ecxactly a tutorial...)
I started out with that little monochrome sketch for compostition and value breakdown. Then came coloring and detailling.

Lot more coming!

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'Hyper G One' copyright - Gregg Chabot, Kevin Peterka.
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:icontemplar127:
Wonder how heavy that thing is!
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:iconbear65:
freakin inspiring! great step by step!
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:iconsinesquared:
This is really inspiring me to do some stuff like this myself... Usually I can't stand using straight lines, but seeing your step by step process makes me think it's achievable.
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ales-kotnik Jul 8, 2008  Student Digital Artist
could you make any tutorial?
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innerabove Jul 4, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Can't tell you how many times I've come back to this page, looking at the awesome way you convey perspective with light and texture.
Great job.
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Hideyoshi Jul 5, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
:) glad I can be of help!
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:iconchrizzz6:
astig! galing! awesome! amazing! Supergeil! du bist mein held!!!
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:iconarchvermin:
You use PS7 right? Just wondering what kinda brush/setting you used to give that type of "texture" you see in panels 1-3
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Hideyoshi Jul 3, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
it's all default PS 7 brushes and textures. I only have a hand full of self-made custom ones and they aren't fancy also. :P
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erenik Jul 2, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Very nice :clap:
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