This is a very helpful video with digital artist Andrew Brooks describing how he creates his images using multiple exposures to achieve detail over the entire image.
‘I got bought some really cool dinosaurs and photographed them but then their skin wasn’t complex enough because it looked like plastic. So I bought a chicken and I used the chicken to get the detail… to add this complexity to it and the kind of realism… I mean I know its crazy but hopefully its got that slight realism amongst the craziness.’Andrew Brookes
‘Its about collecting as much information when you’re there and then going back to my studio and almost creating a heightened version of the scene… I try to use these techniques to capture not just what it looks like but also the feeling of being there, the warmth, the glows, hopefully capture some of the emotions of the scene.‘ Andrew Brooks
Andrew Brooks is a photographer and digital artist based in Manchester. His images have a realistic but slightly disorientating feel to them through…
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