Making of Grimrock 2: New Portraits

August 16, 2013|

Couple of months ago we posted to our blog that we were looking for an artist that could help us create brand new portraits for the LoG2. We received tons of applications, 234 to be precise, and I went through all of them. One artist stood out pretty early on. He had just the right style we were looking for and his communication was great and with reasonable rates, it wasn’t that difficult to select him to do the work. So, without further ado, let me introduce Emile Denis to everybody. -Juho

Several months ago, I heard about The Legend of Grimrock via some websites and several reports on tv. I was immediately intrigued by this game with an old-school and Modern side. After testing it with a friend, I really enjoyed it!

Then, last April, a friend who works in the the video game industry sent me a link saying “hey look!, I saw this and thought you would be interested in it!”: It was an advertisement from Almost Human who was Looking for a freelance portrait artist for the Legend of Grimrock 2!

I didn’t think twice and immediately sent an email with my portfolio, then, after a few days, Juho Salila give me the definitive answer: I am selected! It’s such a pleasure since I love everything related to portraits and characters! I was even happier when Juho gave me as a reference the Baldur’s Gate’s portraits (one of my favorites games)!

So after receiving the brief, I started to work:
At first, I started with the “Human” race, keeping in mind the realistic style and the fantastic atmosphere of the game. By default, when I start an illustration or a concept, I gather a lot of documentation. In this case, since they are characters, I always start to think about the character in question: “What is his class?, is it old or young?, male or female?“, from there I like to imagine an actor or a famous person who could “impersonate” the character, just to get a clearer idea of the portrait. I always try to have at least two references (like two actors, for example) for each character to ensure that the resemblance will not be too flagrant in the end, and sometimes I use some photographic references in black and white or with a special light to give more life and volume to the portrait. From there, I started the first sketches always in black and white, then I set aside my references, I refine the drawing, and once it’s completed, I color them.

When I started working on the “Insectoids” race, the approach was a little more complex: As usual, I gather a lot of references, and then I tried to build portraits with great variety of different insects. Then, I finalized the illustrations by adding some textures and playing with the blending modes of Photoshop to find the scaly and rough effect of certain insects.
I still have a lot of work, and I know this will be truly rewarding and fun!

I would like to thank the whole team for choosing me and I look forward to seeing the final result 😉

-Emile DENIS

Check out more of Emile’s work in his blog Here.

33 responses to “Making of Grimrock 2: New Portraits”

  1. ValAysir says:

    So was one of the actresses imagined for that human female Zooey Deschanel? 🙂 It’s remarkably similar to how I used to draw faces too.
    The portraits are looking great. I totally took advantage of the custom portrait option in Grimrock1, mostly so I could recreate my EOB team 🙂 but with the quality of these new ones, I think I may just stick to them. Keep up the great work.

  2. davec says:

    I just noticed the Beholder illustration on Emile’s web site. If maybe – just maybe – that sneaky little beholder might find his way into Grimrock 2, us older players might just go weak and the knees and have a little happy cry…(!!)

  3. Jack Dandy says:

    Awesome stuff! I really like the look of the insectoid. The ones in the first Grimrock just looked plain ol’ nasty so I didn’t pick them, but yours has a sort of majestic feeling about it. The exoskeleton does it, I guess. Heheheh

  4. thomson7 says:

    Great portraits. Seem AH made a good choice! 🙂

    I like all of them, except rat-man. Rogue is a master of agility and quick movement, so he should be more skinny. It is also interesting for insectoids – there are fat, muscular insects, but there are also very skinny as well. This particular one is a warrior, so it is natural that he is beefy.

  5. guillermojperea says:

    The new portraits are awesome, and they fit beautifully in the game’s aesthetics because they’re rather simple, not too shiny nor overdone.
    I also hope there are at least 20, and like someone else sort of suggested, make variations in complexity for each class, so that we can give our party the feel we like playing.
    I don’t like everything super bulky and hormonal, in fact that’s why i dislike the rat, it’s a bit off for that kind of animal.

    To recap, Emile, you’ve done some excellent work and well deserve being at Almost Human. Can’t wait to see more!

  6. Diarmuid says:

    Great work! Zooey Deschanel is one of my favorite actresses, so I don’t mind one sec… 🙂

  7. Jabberwok says:

    Great stuff. I really like the rat man, actually. I can understand the complaints, but he didn’t strike me as overly bulky, at least in context with the other portraits.

  8. Father Karras says:

    Those portraits looks fantastic!

    I can´t wait to see them in a final game.
    Hope there will be skinny variations as well, I, for one, liked them 🙂

  9. Dhomochevsky says:

    I like this portraits, very good quality. Rat man remembers me splinter from ninja turtles ^_^

  10. Awesome work – I can’t wait to create a full group of Rat men and scurry around!

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    Dudley, a five year old mastiff, watches as customers shop at Laura Day’s booth, Dudley’s Natural Dog Treats.
    Zach Frailey / The Free Press
    By Zach Frailey, Photographer
    Published: Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 18:30 PM.
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