Wes world interior.
Ground condition of the ark.
Check this out, the logistic of a space elevator. =))
Love it hahaha
An Arthur C. Clarke book on a space elevator constructed at a sacred site in the 22nd century. I have the book if you are interested, the setting of the story is fascinating.
Oh wow! This is great! thanks Nicholas, yes please if you have the book I’d love to have a look.
If the reference to the interior is wes anderson – shouldn’t the interiors be more populated with stuff? props? narrative? detail? If you look at any of the spaces in the films, ESPECIALLY in the Royal Tenenbaums, the interiors are shot utterly perpendicular to the camera, usually symmetrical, backgrounds aligning with characters in foregrounds – textures like window details, curtains, foliage, totally and deliberately PLACED. Don’t just focus on modeling the interior that sits outside of a spatial narrative. design it with the narrative. Or just design the SCENES more than the ‘building-y’ qualities. design the moments / the shots, more than the spaces.
Yes, on it now!