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Environments - A Home of the 70's

Little by little I'm creating an art concept portfolio for animation. I started to draw lines and realized that I feel very influenced by the concept of art that comes from the animation studios of the US, which I like but it is also true that I never state (any day I'm going to Tourism!) And what is known about everything related to films, documentaries, ... of "Spaniards around the World" ... :D

I felt that what I was doing at the time was not "authentic". I thought about what I can do to get that, to give my design some excitement and I came to the conclusion that part of memories of sites in which the state and have recorded the details of themselves in my memories achieve that touch :)
How well has it been?

These concepts are inspired by a place that I love. Here is some interior design? Spanish of the working class of the 70s.

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Spanish 70's Bedroom

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Spanish 70's Bathroom

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I usually do the sketch from the "box" that will be the room. I attach great importance to where I place the light sources, in this case, windows because they give me a lot of play to represent the lighting of light that enveloped the feeling I remember.

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Then I outline the shapes, state which areas are going to be textured and add details.

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The light.
I put the light on, I give enough turns to this! What color, where it comes, how and what falls ... I especially like the light that passes between the blinds and marks on the floor.
And the shadows, of course.

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And finally I give a touch of color that closes the feeling that should give the concept.
I like that I tell a story and that the details allow to imagine how the characters that go through here.

Got it? :)