Infinite Landscape and a Teaser

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The Fargo “This is a true story”  text is apparently justified to the left in the 90s movie, the recent series is a bit more playful with how the each part appears.

Teaser of the Video I’m working on based on an 8 – 32 square grid which I expand or contract within its framework to make the grid less visually rigid and more of a guide.

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Below Is the set-up for the infinite Landscape in an hexagonal configuration:

Time-lapse of testing the mirror and landscape set-up (shot from behind the Two-Way mirror)

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5 Responses to Infinite Landscape and a Teaser

  1. Nathan Su says:

    I came across this on the weekend! You may know them already, but if not definitely worth checking out – they reconstruct events (with a focus on war and humanitarian disaster) from comprehensive analysis of found footage and satellite imagery.

    http://www.forensic-architecture.org/case/rafah-black-friday/

    (This video is pretty descriptive, although there’s much more on the rest of their website too!)

  2. Nicholas Zembashi says:

    Awesome man thanks! Briefly came across them last year for an essay and totally forgot about them!

  3. Natasha Sandmeier says:

    1. teaser – niiiice.
    2. if you need to set the model @ 90 degrees is fine. Just model the landscape, put a thin coat of plaster over it, and then gigantic quantities of glue and drop sand onto it, will make a suitably sandy landscape.
    3. Miruna referenced this john lewis / moon advert last year – wait until the end to watch the zoom out.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuz2ILq4UeA
    Here’s the making of – the set scenes start about halfway through
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGnhTjv2KBs
    4. LASTLY, these reconstruction photos are great. (though the website is NOT).
    use this link http://www.ohnetitel.ch/index.php?id=2
    then click PERSONAL, then IKONS. The images are there.

  4. Nicholas Zembashi says:

    Awesome will check all of those out!

    Yes i thought about the greenscreen but then not sure about the issue with the mirrors I’ll need to render and match the reflections to any moving shots if not static.

    I have a new idea if we take it back to igniting paper by simulating the erupting fluid in stop motion and burning it ‘ll explain at the tutorial as an option.