Monday, February 28, 2011

Unknown Identity



There are two things I really find difficult when doing interiors. First, finding the right angle that shows as much as possible of the set without causing too much distortion. The other is lighting the entire room and providing the right mood for the scene.



Regarding the perspective I use 'vanishing-point' in the photoshop filter menu. A very useful application and I am always surprised how few people actually know about it. All illustrations were done about a year ago for a film called 'Unknown Identity' and there are more samples on my website if you are interested.

9 comments:

craig said...

These are fantastic Peter. Love the clean style and great attention to lighting

- said...

lovely interiors.
I especially like the second one.

Martin Bergquist said...

Great work Peter, I know how hard it is to pull off interiors and these are fantastic in my opinion.

Cheers

Anders said...

awesome!

Bodil Bang Heinemeier said...

hey, really great!!:) Where is this "Vanishing point"??

Peter said...

thanks, Bodil, it is in the 'Filter' menu. Just create a plane and add others with 'command'. Select with 'shift' and then klick on render grid to photoshop by using the little arrow button on the upper left corner. Don't forget to create a new layer before you start...sounds complicated but is fairly easy once you've played around with it for a while

Bodil Bang Heinemeier said...

Cool,thanks Peter. I just tried it and it worked:)Great to learn new things.

Leif Heanzo said...

Haha, you've gotta be talking about me, Not knowing that feature. Cheers.

Carolyn said...

These are gorgeous interiors. Love the second painting.

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