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Slice of Life is a love letter to the Science Fiction genre of the 80's, entirely made with practical effects and miniatures!
Slice of Life is a love letter to the Science Fiction genre of the 80's, entirely made with practical effects and miniatures!
Slice of Life is a love letter to the Science Fiction genre of the 80's, entirely made with practical effects and miniatures!
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UPDATE 7 - Matte Painting Test

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YO guys!!
Just wanted to share a small "Matte Painting" test we did yesterday. Our friend Stipan (who is one of the best Croatian painters) came over to our studio and painted a quick test shot. And we totally had a blast doing it!

The purpose of the test was to have a crack at the technique and figure out how to light and film the painting.

Here's the process of the creation of the painting:

 

 

 

He scratched the paint away where the windows should be, and we back lit it with a single neon light. Here's a video of the final shot where I've added some searchlights, and a couple of flying cars:

 

We're really happy with how it turned out considering this was a pretty small painting. The real ones for the film will be four times bigger, and with much more details.
It really looks promising!!!
Hope you like it.
Cheers,
Luka

P.S.
If you're interested in the "behind the scenes" posts like this one here's the link to the forum where I've been posting this stuff for the past three years: CHECK IT OUT!

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    1. Hotchip on September 22

      This looks very promising, great work.

    2. Ron Newcomb on September 22

      So cool! Well done guys!!

    3. Bette Forester on September 22

      oooohhhhhh!!!!!!

    4. Julius Film Creator on September 22

      @David S.R. Richter: Awwwwww :D

    5. David S.R. Richter on September 22

      Looks awesome! ILM would be proud...