Chris Skinner collaborated with Variety Magazine to create an editorial piece of art to accompany their Ghost In The Shell film review.
The concept is based around the construction of life housed within an artificial body and Chris shows the human form created from mechanical parts with the face being one of the last elements to be added.
Chris Skinner first of all blocked out all the main elements in 3D software, then added some materials and lights to establish the overall shading before taking the renders into Photoshop where he painted the details including Scarlett's face and added colours. As a hark back to the original printed Manga Chris put the finishing touches on with half tone patterns.
For more of Chris Skinner's stunning illustration - view his full portfolio here
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