I`ve read the book, I`ve watched the movie...still I had to google that character, shame on me!
Hm, underwater/seafloor sounds like a cool idea. I have no clue at all how to do that though.
I`ll learn about water for another set though, so when I get there I can as well look into under-water to see if it would work properly.
Winter was great, used it several times, I still have to use mountain trail but I think that is easy too.
Greenlands (you do know Greenland was named Greenland by the Vikings just because it was green), the Ice came back during the "little ice age" ca. 1550-1700
... (you do know Greenland was named Greenland by the Vikings just because it was green), the Ice came back during the "little ice age" ca. 1550-1700...
Actually, I haven`t been aware. I thought whoever named it just had a good sense of humor.
(Never gave it much thought though, since in my mother tonque it doesn`t claim to be green anyway)
Thanks for the links ColemanRugh!
I actually considered a rope bridge when I did the set, it should fit in well. I`d wager there are rope-bridge props available somewhere, gotta check that later.
Is that chinese mountains pic real? It looks like some cool Wuxia CGI !
These look really good. The videos are what sold me on wanting to get them, especially the Mountain Trail video. Just need to refigure my budget now
I understand what you were getting at with not wanting to do a swamp scene, but you may want to Google images of wetlands. They might be a good compromise and are similar to swamps, just with fewer trees.
I would really love to see a couple of farmland sets, with freshly plowed fields and crops/wheat growing on them. Perhaps one set with two settings or a grass/wheat prop? Another idea might be Asian rice paddies?
Finally, thanks for the tutorial on depth of field.
Edit: If you made a wetlands set with water, SuperGJ may be able to convert it into a swamp by adding trees...