Wednesday, December 07, 2016

update

I recently added a few new images to my website. Two illustrations from Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and another two from Fantastic Beasts, in cinemas right now. Much more concept art for the film can be found in the book (see post below) and at conceptartworld.com here.


Monday, September 05, 2016

Art of the Film

Pottermore has announced the Art of Fantastic Beasts to be on sale November 18th. The Book features  production paintings, concept sketches, storyboards, blueprints and matte paintings, and insights about the filmmaking journey from Stuart Craig and participating concept artists.

Available soon from Amazon and HarperCollins

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

OUT NOW.

Finally, our third book of the Nuthin' but Mech series hits the stores. With even more images and artists from the game and film industry, this is the biggest volume up to date. The Book is dedicated to the memory of contributing artist Francis Tsai and proceeds from the sales will be donated to his family. You can get your copy at Amazon or from our publisher at DesignStudioPress.

For more images and information visit our blog at nuthinbutmech.blogspot.com

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Rogue Nation Trailer

Ethan Hunt on a new Mission for more transparency in the IMF...impossible ;-)

Still intriguing to see my illustrations come to life. More to follow on
July 31...

www.missionimpossible.com

Saturday, March 07, 2015

Genetikk

Karuzo & Sikk im anime style. check this out... (youtube)

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Thursday, February 20, 2014

website update

Last year's illustrations produced during the pre-production for
THE MONUMENTS MEN. I was lucky then to receive plenty of reference and 3-D layouts from my colleagues in the art department. Credits go to set designer Dominik Capodieci, David Scheunemann and production designer James D. Bissell.

Some backgrounds became really busy and I thought it may be interesting to get a closer look at detail and texture. Below are the cropped versions, the full size images can be found on my website: peterpopken.com





Thursday, February 13, 2014

The Beauty & And The Beast

What looks like an oil painting is actually a digital enhanced image, produced as a piece of set decoration for 'Beauty and the Beast'. Mainly I used photoshop's 'Extrude' filter to create the look of thick paint on a canvas. Afterwards layers with 'Craquelure' and canvas textures where applied to add aging to the surface. The final image was printed 90 x 60 inches and needed resolution high enough to be able to reproduce all detail precisely (see picture below).