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Luminarium Exhibit #28

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

The Luminarium Exhibit #28

Here we go with the 28th Exhibit of The Luminarium Artgroup. While the future of the group remains a little unsure, we managed to get together once more for another fine release. With a free for all topic our creativity had free reign. The results surely leave a mark and inspires on various artistic fields. Music, Photography and Digital Art of all kinds again shows some neat variety!

For your dose of inspiration go here – Illuminate.

The Luminarium: WebsiteDeviantartBehance



Beasts Shall Rise – Webinar

Sunday, July 24th, 2016

Beasts Shall Rise Webinar Walkthrough

Here a couple of infos to the upcoming Digital Art Live webinar where I explain the creative process to my Beasts Shall Rise project. If you are interested and you want to participate go here and register for the event. Enter the promocode “vue10” for a $10 discount! The webinar will take place in a Fuze meeting and you will get all info via email. You need to install the client software but you don’t require an account to attend the webinar!

Find the registration page: here
Start Time: 20:00 BST (London)/21:00 GMT (Berlin)/12:00 PDT (Los Angeles)/15:00 EDT (New York) – The duration is estimated to 1.5 to 2hrs.

If you decide to take part in the upcoming webinar you will also receive an HD recording of the ‘From Here I Can Almost See The Stars’ webinar for free. It’s a scifi cityscape project where I already covered a lot topics in regards to post work for example. So in the ‘Beasts Shall Rise’ webinar I plan to go into more Vue/3d related material. There is a lot of ground to cover and time flies when talking about these projects. It’s insane. :D So below you find a list with topics I plan to go into. Or better ‘hope’ to go into before the time runs out. I want to make clear though that it’s a project walkthrough and not a tutorial. Even though I plan to go into some practical stuff here and there.


Inspiration, Composition, Used Elements

Exploring The Scene:

Setup within Vue, Terrain, City, Dragons

Terrain Manipulation:

The Photoshop File and 16bit

The City:

Closer look at the setup

The Dragons:

Working with DAZStudio & Vue


Last but not least we'll take a quick look into Photoshop and how the post work brought everything together.

See you there!


3D World Magazine Feature

Sunday, July 10th, 2016

3d World Magazine Feature

I’m very proud that one of my personal favs, “From Here I Can Almost See The Stars“, got a feature in the 3d World Magazine. As usual it’s a fantastic thing to see your work in print next to work by so many other great artists. Good stuff!

Find the magazine here!


MOSF – Escape Velocity

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

MOSF - Escape Velocity

I’m very proud to have the opportunity to announce that my work will displayed at the Museum Of Science Fiction’s “Escape Velocity” event, July 1st to 3rd, in Washington DC. It will be displayed via LCD screen wall in extra large size. I personally will not have the chance to be there but I’m sure it looks pretty awesome in a size like this. =D However… they managed to have a neat event with many (more famous than me) guests there. So if you’re in the area and you happen to be a scifi fan… it may be worth checking out!

MOSF – Escape Velocity – July 1st to 3rd – Check Here For Info


3dTotal – Artwork Walkthrough

Saturday, May 28th, 2016 Walkthrough

For everyone who cannot get enough about how to create a scifi cityscape, I wrote a little something for It’s not a precise tutorial but I’m going through the creative process behind my ‘From Here I Can Almost See The Stars‘ artwork. A cool thing to be featured on that site. Check it out for the walkthrough and maybe their gallery for some world class inspiration!

Find the article here: Making of a Sci-Fi cityscape


Digital Art Live Issue 8

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

Digital Art Live Issue 8

Great issue with a focus on the future of mankind on Mars. Along with a great collection of scifi artworks! Incl my ‘Red Sands‘ & ‘Terraformer‘ pieces. Well done guys!

Digital Art Live Issue 8


Webinar Recording Available

Monday, February 15th, 2016

3d art direct - Live webinar

For everyone who missed it or is just interested… the webinar, where I discussed and deconstructed the creation of my ‘From Here I Can Almost See The Stars’ piece, is now available (digital download in FullHD quality).

Find more info and the download here:…/vue_and_photoshop_masterclass/

It’s recorded in HD and has a runtime of 102 minutes.

Hope to see your there!


Rupert Fiction Book Covers

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Rupert Pollard’s Assassin’s Series

Mid 2014 I got contacted by Rupert and asked to do a cover for his Assassin’s Cradle book. The cover itself has a pretty simple setup and I some fun working on it. Mid 2015 then I got the chance to do the cover for the follow up book Assassin’s Escape. We decided to keep the look of the first cover but did go a more complex route with what is to see there. We ended up with a rather cool pic that has elements that surely leave some impression.

Both pics are mixed media and created with Cinema 4d, Vue and Photoshop.

The books can be found on Amazon.

Rupert Pollard Website
Rupert Pollard on Facebook

Cover #2 On:



Luminarium Exhibit #27

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

The Luminarium Exhibit #27

Here we go with the 27th Exhibit of The Luminarium Artgroup. “Organic” was the topic this time and the interpretation of it amongst the artists in the collective spawned some nice ideas. The Exhibit features some of the best digital art that’s currently out there and surely is worth your attention. There is digital art, digital painting, 3d, 2d, photography! Congrats to everyone involved! Fantastic work!

Artworks from all kinds of different fields of expertise, surely are a nice source for inspiration! So be sure to check it out – Organic.

The Luminarium: WebsiteDeviantartBehance



Scifi & Fantasy Calendar 2016

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Tigaer-Design Calendar 2016

Alrighty. Here we go. The calendar for YOUR amazing 2016 is now available in my deviantart store. Had a hard time picking the artworks for this one since they all work well for a calendar page. A nice look back at the pieces I did this year. Among a few older ‘personal favs/classics’ we have quite a number of new pieces in this calendar this time. For the calendar design I used Vue to create a neat looking cover image and plates for the month pages. Had some fun with it and hope it turned out eyecatching enough. :) Due to the format I had to cut off small parts of the images but tried to keep the main elements in frame as good as possible. I’m fairly happy with how it turned out this year.

Find it here: