Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Power Transmission Lines

Here is a piece I have illustrated for Uphere magazine a while ago. I'm actually not sure if the image was appeared on the magazine. The article was about Power Transmission Lines in the northwest territories in Canada: to fix the power grid and run power around the east side of the great slave lake, people would need to construct massive towers, 30 stories high. The place is popular for fishing, camping, and kayaking.

15 comments:

JuanCarlos said...

Great Detail and you captured the ominous feeling of the power lines. Ok see you on b.net

Nimit Malavia said...

Great job! A lot of direction in this piece...soo much POWER in movement....Feel the movement!

Michaele Razi said...

Wow! Just incredible.

Yuta Onoda said...

Thank you!!

Chris Coles said...

Powerful!
The birds behind the wires= best part
looks great Yuta.

mark smith said...

Nice one Yuta, makes me want to buy a Kayak.

Yuta Onoda said...

Thanks again guys!

Janett said...

Nice piece Yuta, the composition is great and colors are just as relaxing, i enjoy your work very inspiring! the water sells it for me :)

Asuka said...

I like the details you put on this piece, very nice!

Looking at this makes me want to flow on the river, but at a place that is all nature.

Chanp said...

very cool, yuta!

Craig Phillips said...

nice piece! I really like it.

Yuta Onoda said...

Thank you!!

RuAn said...

It IS one very beautiful ilustration. However it does me a bit sad by fault of the lines of high tension. A penalty that are so necessary. Hugs

Keita Morimoto said...

I second Nimit. I feel the POWER too.
The illusion of light coming through the sky is amazing

Michael said...

Hi Yuta, Yes we used this in the magazine and we're super happy with your work! You should of got a couple copies in the mail.