Recently I found some time to create some fan-art for a music band, which unfortunately stoped to exist.
So in memoriam of them, I imagined what their last, final album cover art might have looked like.
The following shows the up-to-now final:
The story I want to tell is that even though the band stops to exist (the fading light of their light-bulb-logo) the memory of them continues to exit (visualized by showing the logo as a constellation in the night sky). Now I am wondering if this story can be read by just looking at the picture or if there are better visual suggestions about how to archive this.
While writing these lines, the idea arises that it might be even more atmospheric to consider putting the scene to a workspace within a factory workside. The constellation then shall be visible through a window and the light bulb could then be implemented to a desk lamp … let’s see. What do you think?
– – – A bit of a deeper insight to the development of the scene – – –
How did I actually ended up on this scene?
First of all, a great thanks to “Fun With Open Source” and its time lapse sealed light. Using the slow-motion option of youtube is perfect to follow those time lapses.
Then I played around with the scene and added some sparks (thanks to Creative Shrimps and its Realistic LIghting in Blender to show that it is easier to use emission planes than actual sparks)…
… and started to think about a scene with even more light bulbs involved.
One of the later idea was to place the scene in the wastelands but then it got finally replaced by the wooded environment (as shown in the first picture above)