- Creation Date: July 30, 2018
- Software Tools: Poser 11 Pro, Photoshop CC
- Canvas Size: Standard
The third, and for now, final artwork in this series. My original idea for this artwork was much different but didn’t pan out. The Orville encountering the debris of a long lost ship was my backup idea. Even so, I think it turned out quite well.
The ship was rendered inside a “space dome” with IDL and a standard “sun” light. I then enhanced the entire render in Photoshop with a number of adjustment layers, actions, and overlays to create the final artwork.
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