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Caleb Jackson
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Coming Soon...
And now, some early concept art of my next project.
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Lefty & Boomer @ The Stark Gallery
The version of the short that showed in the Stark Education gallery from November 9th to the 22nd. It's near complete, but I still wanna fine-tune some lights and animation, find some missing effects, and render higher-quality passes before I unleash it upo...
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Shot 1: Second Pass
Beauty (Frame 1) We start with a mandala-esque top-down shot of Boomer's room.    (F48) Crane down to get a better view of the dream machine illuminating the room.  (F92) Continue craning until we see the screen that allows him to see the outside world.  (F...
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Shot 140: 2nd Pass
I animated the lights moving into more favorable positions on the whip pans, upped the contrast on Boomer, and downed the contrast on the background.
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Shot 180: Eva's 1st Pass
The camera actually pans from under the stairs to behind Boomer, so I asked Eva to render both positions. Under the stairs. The key light is coming from the paintings. The rim light is coming from the dream machine. The fill light is coming from the project...
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Shot 160: Regina's 1st Pass
 Here's an overhead screencap to show the layout of the scene.   Our key light comes from an off-screen source we never see. The rim light comes from the computer keyboard.   The fill also comes from an off-screen source we never see.   The edge light come ...
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Shot 060 (Eman Abdul-Razzak's 1st pass)
 The light from the screen is the key light.   The light from the dream machine is the rim light.    The lights from the paintings are the fill lights.   Here's how they all look together.  
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Shot 050 (Nicholas Harvey's 1st pass)
The light from the dream machine serves as the key light. The light from the screen serves as the rim light.  The lights from the paintings serve as the fill.  Here's how they all look together.
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