Henrik Tamm has worked on many major films over the years, and spent many years working at Dreamworks on the likes of 'Shrek' and 'A Sharks Tale'. He has also worked on the first 'Chronicles of Narnia' film, which I have to admit would be one of my top films for the CGI used. Tamm created the concept art behind the movie and as you can see, every idea starts with a drawing. Even though this would not be the first draft, the developed idea is crisp and detailed; it contains everything you need to really get the feel of the environment. The attention to detail along the ceiling gives you the atmosphere of the whole place.
Still credit is due to his further development using the computer; it too doesn't hold back on any detail. The image is fierce and compelling. True to both of these images, is the fact that once you look at them you instantly get a sense of the mood and atmosphere of the scene.
I want to be able to achieve something along these lines, by the way that the drawing is done (with the marks and tones), it will give you everything you need to know about the current scene.