6 of the 'rooms' are used as training facilities, much of the treatment was done in one step to avoid going back and doing multiple passes because of time and the amount of square footage we had to cover.
One of my main paint projects, special care was brought to the fur's directionality and realism.
Photoshop rendering of the saber tooth tiger bay. Designs by Cristal Martinez and Theresa Andrews.
Farther back view of the last third of the space. LOTS of room, each 'bay' section can be divided off into individual rooms.
This is a reflected ice section, mostly painted over the drinking fountain, bathroom, and utility room areas.
Our challenge here is the center 'portal' area. We are in the process of making this hole in the center look like it is going back into a cave.
Photoshop rendering of bathroom and drinking fountain walls. We also accomplished the look of the reflected ice flowing through the piece.
Example of icicles and ice column flows.
Another example of a double training room, with the glowing yellow walls and the snow cauliflower.
Detail of snow cauliflower.
One of the first walls I completed.