please wait, site is loading

Falling Skies

Being the leader of a post-apocalyptic gang of outlaws has been exhausting.

Posted By Neville Page on January 11, 2013 | 0 comments
Falling Skies: Overlord

Falling Skies: Overlord

It is not at all the end resulting designs I am referring to, but rather the process. However, you can do some amazing things with this process. Simply put, I use found objects, fruit, rocks, meat, whatever, and photograph them with my laptop using a mirroring function. You get immediate symmetry which yields the impression of something. That illusive “something” is what you search for as you pose your found object in front of the lens.


Falling Skies: Overlord

Falling Skies: Overlord

Once you 'see' it, you take the snap shot and then rotate, twist, whatever, the object and find the next design. It’s both very easy and a little tricky.

Once you have your image, the next is to find the design within it. I am using a program called Photoshop to illustrate the ideas further. Once you get into a rhythm, the whole process takes very little time. Most of what you see took no longer than 30 minutes per portrait. Most took less time. A very fun and efficient process the bolsters the sentiment: “It’s the journey, not the destination”.


Falling Skies: Overlord

Falling Skies: Overlord - Final Design