Welcome! This is essentially a blog with the sole purpose of showcasing professional and personal art works created by Marko Ljubez. Furthermore this space serves as a trackback diary, displaying random thoughts, things that inspire me, movies and music I like, food I enjoy and more. This blog is in development. More to come soon.

Radiotjänst – Tackfilm

Posted: November 17th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Matte Painting, Portfolio Works | 2 Comments »

This is a recently completed project for Radiotjänsten, which is part of the swedish public service with the task of collecting TV Licence fees nationwide and verifying payment of them. This was a full on campaign intended for showcasing on the internet, tv and cinemas around the country. Stopp offered full service assistance throughout all media-departments.  The interactive movie, featured on the campaign website offers the visitor the chance to upload their own pictures and have them automaticly inserted into the movie content. So far the movie is a success generating over 5 milion unique views in just about 3 weeks time. My work included helping director Max Vitali to extend his plates with help of  matte paintings. The  movie was shot on Canon 5D Mark II by several small crews around the world and proved itself to be a challenge at the compositing/tracking fase due to the shearing and compression of the material. The following images are just some of the matte paintings i created for this show.

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Gotham 2.0

Posted: November 10th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Portfolio Works, Speedpaintings | 1 Comment »

Trying to keep the wacom pen going and putting some of my personal ideas on "paper". This concept was made to pre-visualize a possible matte painting. My main concern with these sketches is the overall composition,  mood and atmosphere. Details are secondary. The second one shows a view from a lower angle, different time a day and other atmospheric conditions.

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