That looks GREAT! Very nice lighting
Really nice, I love it!making the light source an actual prop within the scene was something they loved doing for nightmare before christmas. works really well here, good job
Marvelous! This shot has great lighting. Well done for passing the one minute mark!
Yep, I love this shot as well. I love when it hits 0:05 and the light shifts with the lights Henry's holding.
Just had to come watch it again! I love how dynamic the shot is because of the light moving along with the puppet. Really nice stuff.Where on earth did you find such tiny lights Emmymme? Are they leds run off a battery or something more substantial?
Love it! So inspiring to have the practical light for the scene. Did you use any add'l key lighting?
ooooooo.... the light affecting the set as he leans forward is Cool! jriggity
Thanks for the comments! The lights are 1/12 scale dollhouse lighting for mini-Christmas trees... you can find them on ebay or at Micaels during Christmas time. They run off of a 12V power adapter and a mini-transformer bar.It's lit entirely by those lights.. I think 2-4 second exposure. The next scene I had to cheat and add in a bit of fill lighting.
m_)you should really stop showing shots of yours>? said the mind, lol seriously it is all so exciting but then I want more..though you suddenly make it all so sadistically short and my brain literally detonate put it this way, STOP THE MADNESS, mercy to your victims, mercy!!
Groovy. I wish it was a Quicktime file so I could get in there and scrute. I'm smelling some serious thinking about the motion before you did the shot.
so beautiful to hear that you already finished the first minute... and all the best for every minute further ! The lightning is indeed so well done - so much atmoshpere and mood. The frame/screen is like a window looking into another world without disturbing the local residents there. So nicely made.
Awesome! Nice Lighting!!
NOW, it's Christmas for me. That little scene did it. Pure magic!
Thanks for the support! Dan - I'll be posting the first min and a half or so online, doesn't give any of the plot away, and helps get motivated to keep going. Mike - beautiful comment, thankyou!
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