Sunday, January 22, 2006

Damaged Building

This started with a photograph that I took, I first went over the picture removing the lights that are visible in the offices and then added a layer of grime running down the building, I also desaturated the colours, making it look less like a sunny day, the damage was added using pics off a Google search of things like 'building demolition' etc... they were lined up in Photoshop using the perspective tool and blended into the final image. The Lampost was added from another pic of the building taken from a slightly different angle and adjusted to match the perspective of the tower.

5 comments:

Nay_Gevara said...

I recognise that building, isnt there a games development and audion and motion capture company working on one of those floors?

Andrew Glazebrook said...

They might be...or they might not :) Never believe what you hear Nay !!

richypickle said...

It's an eight! An atomic eight!!!

Matt08 said...

Hi Andrew,

Couldn't find a way to contact you via Email or any other way.

I really like what you have done in this image with the damaged building - i'm currently doing a photography project for school in my final year and it has to be an original movie poster.

I took some photos of old buildings and after coming across your blog and this picture randomly in Google, i thought it might be a good idea to do something similar for a movie poster.

If you could reply to this comment and give me some sort of contact like your email address that would be helpful if you could give me some tips etc.. and take a look at the photographs i took and help me do a similar thing for them.

Regards.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Hi Matt, leave me your e-mail address here so I can contact you, and I won't publish that message.

Andrew