Splash screen for Adobe Dimension 2.0
People often ask me about how did I create this image. Well, obviously it has been composited from 2D and 3D elements. I gave the title to this concept "Getaway" because in the center of the story is the guy in the boat. When I first saw this photography on Adobe Stock while browsing for some inspiration, I had this idea that he found this place by accident and he always visit this mysterious remote location when he wants to clear his mind. So I created something that is kind of a view tower, where he can see far away. The spheres are floating around in the air and the birds and clouds give the whole concept a very interesting airy ambiance. I like to make people wonder when they see a composition, or concept I created. In my opinion the artwork is good if it makes you feel something.
About the creative process:
The process started with modelling the objects, and download some of them from Adobe Stock, than assembling the scene in Dimension. The sunlight was the most important part of this process, if the sun is not adjusted correctly the composition will never look real. So when the rendering was done, in post processing the colours were slightly changed to give it a colder look. The clouds, and birds were added, shadows and reflections fine tuned and adjusted to the ripples of the water, so the whole image was carefully composited in Photoshop.
I'd like to thank the creative direction of the Adobe Dimension team, and for choosing my artwork for the splash screen. Their team inspires me a lot and it's been an honour to work with them on this special project.
You can read more about the new Adobe Dimension here.
Work in progress - on the left the Adobe Dimension scene in preview, on the right in Photoshop during post processing