I had no specific plan in mind when I started this one. For this one I heavily used into Vue imported vector shapes to create the room and most of its contents. I also wanted to play with daylight/artificial light combinations inside the room. That part was interesting and fun. I can't say if I would like to live with an architecture like the one in the picture but it has a certain flow that my eyes seem to appreciate.
Technically it’s business as usual. In my recent projects I use a lot of vector shapes for some rudimentary/basic 3d modeling. I create these in Photoshop and save the shapes as a *.bmp. Then I load the *.bmp into Inkscape to create a vector shape with Inkscape’s tracing plugin to save it then as a *.eps file. Somehow it’s not possible to get Vue compatible vectors created with Photoshop. That’s why I always have to go through Inkscape. It’s very annoying. But it works and gets the right results. Yes you can create 3d shapes with Photoshop but I have certain technical reasons why I go the Inkscape route. The lady is done with DAZ tools but modified in Vue and Photoshop.
This picture is also part of the KIBERNETIK Exhibit by The Luminarium. Thanks to all the members who voted it in! Very appreciated guys! And everyone else… please feel invited to check out this great collection of inspiring digital art!
It’s also the first picture I did on my new PC setup and I think it’s a great start. Hope there’s much more to come! For now enyjoy the view!