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Capsule Corp by StevenCormann
Capsule Corp
A Dragon Ball Z fan art I did using Maya, Keyshot and Photoshop. I know it's still a little too small compared to how it should be but for some reason, it just doesn't work when I scale it up more, I guess I should remodel it to make it correct. 

I plan on doing many DBZ designs like this, so follow me on FB for upadates !
The Maze by StevenCormann
The Maze
An environment inspired by The Maze Runner. I loved the environment in that film aswell as in Wes Ball short film Ruin.
Spirit of 64 by StevenCormann
Spirit of 64
A concept engine I did for a project I'm working. It's about men racing civil planes and jet fighters with crazy modified jets


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I'm a graphic designer from Belgium. I started 5 years ago as a 2D and photoshop specialized designer and I'm currently learning matte painting and compositing. My goal is to learn as much as I can and to bring my skills to a pro level.
I don't sell a lot of my work for the moment as I mostly try to improve myself and get feedback. Some of my artworks are done from scratch by me and others are done with the help of e-learning even if I never simply follow a tutorial, I always try to use it to do my own stuff. I like all kinds of arts but I like working with a lot of details in realistic science fiction style.

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Madam--Kitty Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

Hi. wanna join my group called Anti-illuminati-01? anti-illuminati-01.deviantart.…

P.S. The group is about politics in case you were wondering.

SamuraiTaiga Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
Beautiful art and concepts. I'll be keeping an eye on you.
StevenCormann Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks a lot ! :)
Christel-Michiels Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Et bien je suis ravie d'avoir un compatriote dans ma liste de personnes à watcher, c'est par hasard en faisant ma feature du mois que je suis tombée sur ta création. Franchement ton talent est vraiment fantastique et tes créations sont à couper le souffle. Un régal pour les yeux...
StevenCormann Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Et bien merci beaucoup ! Je me considère encore un peu pour un "newbie" mais je progresse :) Ravi également de voir une compatriote ici, qui plus est talentueuse, ta galerie est vraiment très très chouette et très pro, bravo !
malaugusto Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014   Photographer
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FreshWaterZebra Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi Steven. I like your photo manipulations, a lot. Simple, elegant and impressive. I was wandering if you made any tuts, especially light and such? Or perhaps you could link to some of the tuts you have enjoud and learned from?

In any case nice work
StevenCormann Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hi, thanks a lot I appreciate. Well I think I might do some tutorials in the future but for the moment I think I still need to improve my skills. Concerning links to other tutorials, I learned useful things on Digital Tutors and tuts premium.
But actually, I also learned a lof things by watching lessons on filmmaking, how to light a scene, and also by observing a lot nature. For example by watching nature, you can notice that the more objects are distant, the less visible they become and the less contrast they have. If you know how light and shadows work in real life, you'll be able to make good lightning in your paintings or manipulations.
Here are some useful links concerning light:……

Also remember to go for soft lights most of the time, too much contrast is less realistic, same for the colour values, try to avoid going in the extremes like pure white or pure black. One thing I also always do is work with references, pictures most of the time, so I can compare my values to real life.

Hope that helps
FreshWaterZebra Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

Thanks for the reply and for the tips.
I should definitely use more nature as a reference point.

But I was actually thinking more about the more technical aspects and techniques

in photoshop to get the different lighting effect and so on.

Thanks for the links, I’ll check those out.

I hope to see more from you and some tutsJ

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