Indy-4 Temple Heart
The speed at which we had to crank out artwork for Indy-4 was rather break-neck, and often I had to move on to the next thing before I was finished. This painting is a good example of this as the second skeleton to the right is merely roughed in, and there should be something showing of the skeleton on the foreground platform to the left.
I did enjoy the sense of light in this piece, and creating all the crumbling architectural details.
Ultimately Guy Dias changed the color theme of this set to a magnificently royal red and gold, and decided (as I had suggested all along) to keep this room relatively free of spiderwebs and dust, as this room was to have been hermetically sealed for centuries. This made a nice contrast to all other areas of the temple which were covered in cracks, moss, moisture, vines, and the usual detritus.