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Diablo 3 end cinematic opening shot by leventep Diablo 3 end cinematic opening shot by leventep
I painted and composited the opening shot for the latest diablo 3 cinematic. A tough and very complex matte shot. Every thing except the diablo character/FX is done by me.


watch the full cinematic here:
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lahcas Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing! I really like this scene from diablo. Great job. :D
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:iconkykel:
Awesome!!!
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BNowakART May 28, 2013  Professional Filmographer
respect
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gulavisual May 21, 2013  Professional General Artist
It looks better here than in the cinematic. well maybe is the compression, well congratulations, nice work here, :D
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Kardonn May 14, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Curious how you guys handled the re-projection of the clouds back into 3D space so convincingly. It looks good enough that I was sure the team had cranked out some RenderMan volume work for these shots.
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LaCamilla Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It looks absolutely fantastic. Really beautifully made! :)
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Wallpaper 2013 at All Categories here [link]
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StevenCormann Feb 7, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Totally in love with your work ! Exactly the kind of stuff I like
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:iconkkadz:
I liked this scene a lot when I played, small world to know that you helped, haha.
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I'm cracking my head open trying to understand how you managed to show the clouds from the top when Diablo flies down. Very nice painting, it looks even more stunning in the video.

I saw the 1hr long video with explanations on how they use the game screen as a canvas and how they want to not make the backgrounds overwhelming to the characters, so that they pop out. It's the kind of thing that I started studying with Ingres and his portraits that I really admire, but that I don't think is necessarily so noticeable as a skill in itself.

Art like this has on me the same effect some food has on some people, I just yearn to see more! Thanks so much for sharing!
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