Received an email from a fan of my caricature renderings and asked if I could do a scene illustration with caricatures of his favourite movie; “Lost in Translation“. I knew the film well, and even knew the famous scene that he wished to be captured in art. This was made a lot easier as well as I had already done a caricature of Bill Murray (you can see here!) So, the commission was set to be done, and all that was required was the commission dimensions as well as the reference material to make the artwork shine more.
The client, Michael Patrick, was moving into a new home and wanted a piece of art to place above his dining room table area. He requested his favourite scene from his favourite movie; “Lost in Translation“. There was no restrictions with size and dimension, just simple follow the scene icon image.
The concept was as plain as simply caricaturising the famous scene and basically rendering it into a piece of art. It was hard finding a large enough still image of that scene to take good reference from, but in the end of the day, the ability to have some artistic freedom made the artwork a little more special and unique. It took a whole three days to render out, which can be seen below.
As part of my typical rendering process I have made a time-lapse rendering process video. You can see it by simply clicking the Subscribe button and join my YouTube channel. I would appreciate the follows, as in the near future I will be doing new tutorials as well as uploading many time-lapse pieces of my works.