Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Reverse Shot Of Ships Galley

I had to do a reverse shot of the "ships galley" and since It's going to be modeled in 3D, I needed to get as much info and detail in it as possible. I think I managed to cover the whole room in the two drawings. That makes producer-guy happy:)
Since I already worked out the look of the galley, I pretty much knew what I wanted to do, so I don't have any "footwork" sketches to show this time.


Blogger marco's blog said...

really nice piece!!
I love the light coming from the windows.

11:31 PM  
Blogger Alina Chau said...

Stunning beautiful piece!!

2:36 AM  
Blogger Antonio Santamaria said...

Beautiful enviroment Hans! I like the way you use the pencils for these kind of visual developments. Great sense for applying light. Congratulations!

4:18 AM  
Blogger martin wittig said...

Hans, So sorry about not returning your e-mail. I have been swamped lately. I hope that everything goes well with your job search in LA. With talent like yours,..I am sure that you will not have a problem. I am still here in NYC. I want to go to LA, but I am still trying to get my damn portfolio together. Hopefully soon:) In any case, Thanks for the link,..I have linked you too. I will be writing to you shortly with a proper e-mail. Great work! and Good luck on the job search!!

6:06 AM  
Blogger Kactiguy said...


8:49 AM  
Blogger Goobeetsablog said...

beautiful depth and lighting.
I like the shafts of light.
you can smell that place just from looking at it.


8:58 AM  
Blogger Patrick said...

The crowd watches in awe as Hans sends another drawing over the center field wall!! Man, your stuff is consistently awesome! If you do end up getting a job in LA, and you happen to be coming through Utah on the way, let me know so we can hook up and do lunch or something! I will add a link to your blog on my blog. Keep the pencils burning!!!

11:17 AM  
Blogger Virginia Valle said...

alwyas your render are really beautiful!!!

11:36 AM  
Blogger Hammy said...

You never fail to impress me with your skills on details and perspective! I was looking back at all your old works and it really inspred me a ton! I really like looking at your pieces where, everywhere I look at, there's just something interesting to see there! Great job! :)

7:53 PM  
Blogger David Colman said...

great lighting as always!!!

Andre project going really well, starting to get some stuff back, not too shabby

it will air in Nov..I will announce it on my blog

7:54 PM  
Blogger David Colman said...

great lighting as always!!!

Andre project going really well, starting to get some stuff back, not too shabby

it will air in Nov..I will announce it on my blog

7:54 PM  
Blogger Ben Reynolds said...

its ok...i guess.

10:56 PM  
Blogger Lubomir said...

Really great Hans, I love the mood you've created!

12:01 PM  
Blogger UrbanBarbarian said...

You can do it all! Perfection!

2:23 PM  
Blogger ShigueS said...

Hello Hans!

You´re just a top professional! I´ve already become an fan of your things! If there´s something I don´t know how to handle, its BG design. So cool!

12:05 AM  
Blogger lorraine_alvarez said...

Yea great detailing. Love the lighting.

4:52 AM  
Blogger Karen Molin said...

Ha ha ha ha!!!
Jeps, jeg er en celeb!!
Jeg figurerer også her:
Jeg er sgu en Hollywood celeb Hanomag!
....der står så godtnok ikke lige HVORFOR jeg er en celeb, meeeeeeen lad det nu ligge!

5:11 AM  
Blogger craig said...

Hey Hans,
Really like the tonals you're doing here...the lighting and details are great!

10:02 AM  
Anonymous mike said...

these ships galley drawings are just fantastic! i think i commented this once on drawingboard, but just found this blog. nice to see some fine illustration coming from a fellow tampa..uh.. ian. :)

11:12 AM  
Blogger Luke said...

Excellent! Very good work.

11:33 AM  
Blogger Brent Gordon said...

Really nice layouts Hans! Keep drawing!

12:15 PM  
Blogger Ken Chandler said...

Yours is a rare and beautiful talent my friend. Keep up the great work!

12:20 AM  
Blogger Ken Chandler said...

Yours is a rare and beautiful talent my friend. Keep up the great work!21

12:23 AM  
Blogger Lee-Roy said...

Some real nice touches in here.

8:36 PM  
Blogger Henry Elmo Bawden said...

Hey Hans,
I've been following your drawings and comments both on your site and also on Marcelo's site. Your stuff looks great. I am looking at getting into the video game industry right now. I have been working on character design, but mainly building skills. Any advice? How did you land your first job? What did you do?

10:22 PM  
Blogger REE said...


you've been lighting a small fire in your part of the world...jeesh.


if you didn't get my answer at the other blog, everything's still the same...shit drops in June. everyone will get a notification when it's time.

stay up!!!!

1:18 AM  
Blogger Hans said...

Thanks again everybody, you're such a great motivation and inspiration!:)

First of all thanks for the link, I'll return the favor when I get home:) When the day comes, I'll definitely see if I can swing by Utah on my way to cali. I believe it's about 32 hours of driving, so I'm sure I'd appreciate a little rest and a cold beer by then.

Well, I was lucky to be picked up by a studio in London on the day I graduated from the animation school in Denmark. The best advice I can give you, is to put together a nice professional looking portfolio with all your best stuff and start sending it around to all the gaming studios you can find. The second, but most important advice I can give, is to NEVER give up!!!! You might not hear anything back from the first round of portfolios, but that should only encourage you to make an even better portfolio with new and improved work for the next round. If you keep doing that, constantly improving the material in your portfolio and don't let rejection get you down, it's almost certain that you'll get your break and once you get your foot inside it becomes easier. That's when you really start to learn, plus you'll start building up a network with other artists in the industry. Something you actually (thanks to blogger) now have the chance to do even before you land your first job:)
I wish you the best of luck.

Aaargh S***, I'm sorry REE, I'm gonna have to just send you a few samples of trax in progress. I know I've promised you to send 'em for so long, but I've been so busy with all this portfolio stuff, that I never really got a chance to finish anything up. Well, enough with the excuses, I'll see if I can put together a few sample bits tonight.

Looking forward to see what you've been working on!

Take care and hope to see you in Cali before too long,


9:52 AM  
Blogger troels ranum said...

har lavet blog! nu skal jeg bare finde på noget at blogge:)

12:39 PM  
Blogger Hans said...

Troels: Super, skynd dig at finde paa noget saa jeg kan kommentere!

1:04 PM  
Blogger St John Street said...

Very dope Hans lighting master well hope your kool like the gang outdy 5000

2:39 PM  
Blogger St John Street said...

Hey Hans I hear u about that portfolio man mine is doing the same too me but like u I'm hold strong, the logo work is me just helping out a bro out nothing big, I believe they person it's for is openning up a pie shop. Well as for myself just trying to get more freelance work to pay the bills but other than that I'm chillin like a villian L out

3:08 PM  
Blogger chad woods said...

That there's a nice BG! Well done!

9:37 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

nice .. very nice

10:02 PM  
Blogger PEPE said...

SOOOOOO sweet!!! man you got some mad rendering skils!!!

1:29 AM  
Blogger Jason Lethcoe said...

Nice layout! Great lighting and textures!

8:25 PM  

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