If you haven’t heard of them before, it’s time to catch up!
These guys deliver artwork to companies like Paramount, Netflix, National Geographic and Sony – to mention just a few – and if these folks find them cool to work with, you should probably check them out too! Pixoloid is a creative concept design studio led by entertainment industry veterans Mark Molnar and Gaspar Gombos, who are eager to solve any visual problem that’s thrown at them, be it visual development for movies, game cinematic concepts or illustrations for RPGs.
What’s in the BOOK?
Concept Art for Movies
Having worked on more than 18 films and series, the studio has experience in many areas of production – from pitch development to concept art and matte painting.
The selection in the book attempts to give you an overview, showcasing their work in all of these fields, including character and creature design, environments and set design, and keyframe illustrations.
Sci-fi and fantasy illustrations
Working under Mark Molnar – who did illustrations for well-known franchises like Star Wars, Dune, Warhammer and Cthulhu – the team has been creating artwork for RPGs and card games across all genres (horror, sci-fi, fantasy) for over 3 years.
Fans of Starfinder, Apocrypha and Eclipse Phase will be familiar with a lot of characters in these pages.
Workflow and process insight
Not only do you get 200+ pages worth of inspiring artwork, but there’s a section dedicated to the development of certain pieces from early sketches all the way through to the finished illustrations.
These walkthroughs aim to give you an insight into how they get started after reading a brief, the workflows they might choose for tackling a problem at hand and their approach to working in a team.
With such a versatile team it would be wrong not to show some of the personal works of their artists, and we don’t miss out on this opportunity.
After showing the works of their combined efforts to fulfill client needs, you also get to see what current members of the team do for their own amusement. Learn their strengths and passions – from cyberpunk to fantasy, stylized and abstract or highly rendered.