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  1. seven's Avatar
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    4 Weeks Ago  Mar 18, 2018, 2:04 PM - Re: Blade Runner SUSHI BAR + SLICE OF LIFE making of #826

    Love watching you work! Cool to see those 3D parts incorporated in a model
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    4 Weeks Ago  Mar 18, 2018, 2:16 PM - Re: Blade Runner SUSHI BAR + SLICE OF LIFE making of #827

    Awesome stuff (as always)...I see that you've taken the WETA route (on how they did the buildings for BR2049). Looks really Pro You could be in the business of making those buildings (and the little greeblies on top of the roof) for a bunch of us
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    4 Weeks Ago  Mar 18, 2018, 2:52 PM - Re: Blade Runner SUSHI BAR + SLICE OF LIFE making of #828

    joberg said: View Post
    Awesome stuff (as always)...I see that you've taken the WETA route (on how they did the buildings for BR2049). Looks really Pro You could be in the business of making those buildings (and the little greeblies on top of the roof) for a bunch of us
    Right you are. On a recent Weta tour the guide pointed out these buildings and rusty pipes from BR2049.



    The small building is 3 printer cartridges and the rusty pipes are painted straws! Lol.
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    2 Weeks Ago  Apr 3, 2018, 9:18 AM - Re: Blade Runner SUSHI BAR + SLICE OF LIFE making of #829

    Hey Guys!
    We've been filming a couple of really small new scenes and one more is in the works. More on that in the next video diary hopefully. This could actually mean we'll FINALLY be done with the live action part of the shoot. Phew..

    I wanted to show you another miniature I made in the meantime.
    So apart from the city there is another location we have.. something like a wasteyard or a shipyard. We just need to show it in a couple of shots, and we'll do it in miniature of course. So Ii figured I need to make a lot of quick and easy shipping crates.

    And what else to use but my beloved electrical boxes!



    They've been following me on this journey since forever. They really make for a great building material. So I just glue two of the same kind together and I have a cool sci-fi looking shipping crate.
    Then to make them more realistic I decided to draw graffiti all over them and apply a heavy weathering.



    I literally drew and wrote whatever came to my mind. Some of my friends signed their names and wrote gibberish also.. It was a fun process



    So then my logic was that I needed a crane! Because what else is moving these crates around?



    I must say the new 3D printer helped me soooooo much with this. Almost all of the grey parts are printed. And the process is super fast as the parts are so simple that I can model them in 5 minutes, and the printer prints a batch in 10-15 mins. I needed a window? no problem, in half and hour I had 8 of them printed. To make them by hand would take me much more time. And I don't even wanna start on how boring and time consuming would be to make all these girders by hand. So it was a quick and enjoyable build. Oh, and yeah, that's a big computer cooler vent the crane sits on, and it will allow me to rotate it in the shot.



    Then I primed it and airbrushed lots of different colors on. Oh, the EEG logo on the side.. I needed some "Shipping company logo" to spray on everything, and I remembered Douglas Trumbulls' company was named EEG at the time they worked on Blade Runner. So I thought it could be a nice tribute and I made a stencil. The irony is I sprayed it correctly on the crane, but when I was painting the shipping crates I accidentally turned the stencil upside down - thus getting the "EEe" logo, hahahaahah.. ah well... not that it's going to be seen anyway..



    And then, just as with the shipping crates, I drew some graffiti all over the crane... and payed tribute to some of my favorite films, Fox Mulder, and Lucas Arts video games...







    It was cool to make something new and different, and unlike the city buildings.

    Se ya soooooooon!
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    2 Weeks Ago  Apr 3, 2018, 12:15 PM - Re: Blade Runner SUSHI BAR + SLICE OF LIFE making of #830

    Way cool!
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    2 Weeks Ago  Apr 3, 2018, 1:16 PM - Re: Blade Runner SUSHI BAR + SLICE OF LIFE making of #831

    Beautiful, so good so see you updating again. Been a while. Looks awesome as well. Cannot wait for the screening with you. Think of that, a live Directors community could be cool too. That way I can ask SOOOOOO many questions. nudge nudge, wink wink.
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    2 Weeks Ago  Apr 4, 2018, 7:23 PM - Re: Blade Runner SUSHI BAR + SLICE OF LIFE making of #832

    Most excellent! You're getting to be the King of rust, grimes, and overall damages on various structures/cars, etc...

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