Tuesday, December 16, 2014


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Friday, December 12, 2014

Mad Max 'Fury Road' - Official Theatrical Teaser Trailer

If you haven't see it already attached link to the second Mad Max 'Fury Road' trailer.We are getting closer to the release! One of the major shots I have been working on shown at mark - 00:20

Thursday, November 27, 2014


Just got back from a lovely holiday in New Caledonia. Attached are few shots of this amazing part of the world. For more please check out my flickr gallery:


Monday, October 27, 2014


Finally I can say that I have participated in Polish cinematic production!

'Hiszpanka' will be screening on January 23rd 2015. It is a story about the key events of the Wielkopolska Uprising - a dramatic arrival of Ignacy Jan Paderewski in Poznan, and the people who prepared the uprising, fought in it and won.

I had an honor to work with artists from Platige Image on a matte painting for the film. Shots that I worked on are at 00:13 and 00:58 mark in the linked teaser ( below ).

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Friday, August 1, 2014

Mad Max: Fury Road

Opportunity presented itself for some intensive 3d matte painting work on Mad Max - Fury Road, therefore Its been quiet on my blog for a while now. I joined the Method Studios team in Sydney,re-branded to Iloura now and so far its been a great experience. We have just finished a trailer - link below. Matte paintings will be shared with you guys once we see Max on the big screen! I hope I'll post some personal work soon. Thanks for checking out!

Monday, June 16, 2014

Speed Painting

Stripes Of Light. This version 45min. Subject from Facebook speed painting group - Spitpaint. Jonas De Ro brushes used.

Saturday, May 31, 2014

CG Hub successor

Let's support Shakuro Group - the creators of CG Hub . In my experience CG Hub was unparalleled in featuring cg art and rising talent. The simplicity of navigation made cruising through the site intuitive and selection of content gave me personally incredible amount of inspiration. I found people like Sparth and James Paick through that site. Hopefully something even better is coming from those guys. Check this out: Kickstarter CG HUB 2

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Speed Painting

Road To Isengard - speed painting theme from Facebook group Super Speedpainting Funtimes.

I started with creating lasso selections for each layer of trees and branches. I also pre-created tower selection in the BG. After that was ready painting time was around an hour. I locked layers transparency for accurate edges painting. Custom brush was used for the leaves. Painting time of the final ( attached ) version was 2.5h. The last stage on the progress gif image was prepared at 1h mark.

My inspiration was work of impressionists, also - for a long time I haven't gone so mad with color :)

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Speed painting - 50min

My first entry to the Facebook group Super Speedpainting Funtimes. Normally sci-fi is not my cup of tea but excelling as concept artist means one should challenge their comfort zone - I am quite happy with the result I must say. I'd like to come back to this and spend additional hour or more to get it just right.
I spent some time figuring out the composition and getting some assets ready but painting time was around 50 min. Main stages indicated on gif. Painted in Photoshop.

The third attachment is a final version with few more additions - total time spent 2h.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Matte painting showreel 2013/2014

Matte painting showreel 2013/2014 finally ready. Including work from I,Frankenstein, The Great Gatsby, After Earth and some personal paintings.

Tools and software used: 3ds Max, Maya, After Effects, Nuke, Photoshop, Premiere, VRay

Matte painting showreel 2013/2014

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Autumn colors

Few shots of beautiful Melbourne at this time of year. Nikon d600 24-70mm and 50mm

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Kreola update

Currently working on my Reel 2014 and decided to revisit Kreola CG Society competition matte painting. I did not get to model all I wanted and important elements got left out or were simplified due to lack of time. So here you go, final version with new foreground bridge and few other additions. Break down coming up in my new reel.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Speed painting - Riverside Market

Bit of a break from painting but I'm back again. Hopefully more coming in the following weeks.
Inspired by the amazing looking Laketown from The Hobbit. Weta - you rock!! I hope I can finish this one off but art direct it bit differently.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Bridgehill competition images

In December I was working with SJB Architects, in particular with John Pradel, Klaude Lania and Nick Hatzi on Bridgehill residential block competition. The submitted work won the competition and currently project is in development. Attached are the images that were produced in a very short time frame. Tools used - Revit, 3ds Max, VRay and Photoshop.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Monday, January 27, 2014

Speed painting - Twisted Tree

New year and new energy for painting arrived. I decided to join 'Spitpaint' group on Facebook where artists share their visions of current subjects. Great way to do daily practice and exchange comments on speed painting techniques.

Subject on 28th of January - 'Twisted Tree', painting in Photoshop in 30 minutes. Some custom brushes used, no photograph textures

Process ( saved in ~5 minutes intervals )