So last friday, i was part of an art show alongside some very talented people. it was very inspiring to see everyone's work epecially and i really hope we do it again. anyways, the theme of the art show was "Netherworld" and it was up to us to interpret it however we like. here are 2 of the pieces i submitted. the pencil drawing was too big to scan so i just took picture. the other one was done in photoshop. thanks for looking!
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a group of us at work have spent the last week doing an animation test for Sony and below is the one i did. my good buddy Dustin Kimmich used the same sound file but i'm pretty happy with how different our tests came out so hope you like it! i know there are a few bugs as far as lighting goes but for now, it'll do. go check out Dustin's test too cuz it is awesome! his link is under my friends list.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
i love this shot because it's the iconic Oskar Schindler(played by Liam Neeson) shot, the first time we see his face.
this shot has brilliant staging. Schindler is the one in control so he's higher up looking down on Stern. The audience is at Sterns eye level so we know how he feels. Schindler is also staged right in the path of the light from the window to make him feel that much more, "angelic" is the best word i can think of.
this shot with the girl in Red is probably the most significant point Spielberg was trying to make in the movie...the only time we see color throughout the entire film. fill in your own interpretation. i'll keep mine for myself.
Out of respect for what the movie represents, Spielberg didn't use any film making "toys" to shoot this movie, no special zoom lens, no steady cams, no cranes. this forced him to light his scenes compositionally in the best possible way to stage some of the most beautiful shots ever on film. this is probably my favorite shot of the entire movie.