Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Floodliners - Environments

Here are 3 more images I did for my Floodliners project. It's alot of fun trying to come up with locations for a world that is mostly flooded :)

- First image is a visualisation of a trading post, where big shipwrecks have gotten new meaning. Goods being traded mostly consist of drinkingwater, food and gasoline/oil.
- Second image shows a foodcargo being unloaded, heavily guarded as fresh food has become highly valuable, and mostly reserved for local crimebosses.
- Third image shows a floating market, with 2 huge ships in the background that act as its landmark (=making floating city visible from afar, as seen in the 1st image) Oh, and the girl in the foreground is a hint at how the player characters may look, I hope to explore the style of the characters some more real soon.

All images were drawn directly in photoshop.

More stuff on the way, feedback welcome! :)

-Edwin

20 comments:

The Deep End said...

I love it. That's a pretty amazing new world you're creating. The game's going to sell a billion copies.

http://thedeepend-comic.blogspot.com

Gray said...

That looks sooo badaaaassssssss!!! Awesome stuff.

Ethan said...

Screw the game. Make it a book and a movie. It's awesome.

The final drawing with the character rocks. Nice work.

Xay B. said...

This stuff really looks good on its own

Anonymous said...

An interesting development,'m very curious how this goes. The drawings are as always, impressive!

Cornelis

travellerlina said...

check out a little bit more art... http://travellerlinasphotogallery.blogspot.com/

Allan said...

Blown away as always. Why your blog doesn't get more hits boggles my mind. Please keep them coming.

Ethan said...

This story and setting has a whole new meaning after the tsunami in Japan. Ships nowhere near where you'd expect them to be.

Aies Aqromy said...

ckckck,,, love it...amazing !

Ty Carter said...

These are so gorgeous! Beautiful blog

ty

Stefano said...

Wow...this is Art!

Lindsey Lydecker said...

THESE ARE AWESOME!
it's to bad you couldn't here me yell that just now. It was loud.
Seriously tho Edwin, your work only gets better and better.

B. Starfire said...

Enjoyed your art, it was very inspirational. would love to follow the blog on my blogspot, but couldn't find links to do so.

Zarko said...

Really cool stuff. I like modern art. Check Google for Dzoni Rackovic - he is our best artist

J.deOliveira said...

Amazing art man! keep up the good work...

www.j-deoliveira.blogspot.com

rhemrev said...

Thanx guys, appreciate all your comments! Sorry for the lack of updates, my schedule is getting less hectic so hopefully new stuff up here soon! :)

@lindsey: haha, I heard you, now stop yelling. Please. Please? :P Oh, and I finally have a cintiq now. Life is sweet. :D

LM said...

Awesome work !
I'm so happy to be in class with you I have a lot to learn with people like you.

k.h. said...

Awesome stuff~ I love your environments. Can't wait to see your stuff for the class ^^

Rory Jarrel said...

More Floodliners please... i cant stop looking... its... its like crack... cough.

rhemrev said...

Roy: It didn't feel right continueing with my Floodliners project after the tsunami hit Japan, the world I was creating suddenly became real.

I might pick it up again somewhere in the future, but for now I"m busy working on my Spacecowboy project, which is bit more lighthearted :)

-Edwin