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A new set of conceptual posters, exploring techniques of composition.
Slowly but with a lot of pleasure, I am going on a new set of experiments. Now, what I am looking for is different ways of visual expression. On the first set I was looking for a method, using always the same grid for different compositions. Hope you like it.
It says Total Tension but it´s also a quibble for Total Attention, in portuguese. I wanted to use geometric shapes, strong color combination and the tension was expressed by sizes, position and movement between the elements. Yet, a lot of blur was used to enhance the drama of this scene. I liked the result.
Here I was looking for a simple composition with textures. As the poster says, I´d like to thanks a lot for Fontfabric´s DAN free font, Typedepot´s Barrister Sans Light (it is really for free until may 16th) and for the great creative mind of Raphael Vicenzi, the owner of the central illustration.
"Digital impressions?" The 3rd on this new set. The rough was done in Corel Draw, like all the others from the 3 sets, using the same grid always. When I got the basic shapes, I went to Photoshop to find the grayscale shading. Then I started to set the DOF with a lens blur filter and a custom alpha channel. After that it was time for some coloring, duplicating, tinting and slightly moving some background layers. Text, splatters, watercolor brushes, color aberration, vignette, etc, were set as complementary elements used to achieve the final composition. Hope you like it. I don´t felt in love for it, but the creative process was really fun.