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Post by LOST on Mon Jun 21, 2010 9:35 pm


An old man returns to what once was his farm to what is now a mass-chemical plant.

Note: This is to a scale of the hill being really tall and the man looking really far down at the micro-scale plant.
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Re: Returning Home

Post by Zepher on Mon Jun 21, 2010 10:03 pm

If you're trying forced prespective, the picture has to be taken from the other side so that the man will appear in the foreground (which would be big) and the town would be in a background (would be smaller).
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Re: Returning Home

Post by legorevolution on Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:39 pm

Zepher wrote:If you're trying forced prespective, the picture has to be taken from the other side so that the man will appear in the foreground (which would be big) and the town would be in a background (would be smaller).

Just about to say the same exact thing. it would also be nice to throw in a few different looking plants on the hillside to add to the realism of random nature. Smile
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Re: Returning Home

Post by Alpha Beta on Tue Jun 22, 2010 12:28 am

legorevolution wrote:
Zepher wrote:If you're trying forced prespective, the picture has to be taken from the other side so that the man will appear in the foreground (which would be big) and the town would be in a background (would be smaller).

Just about to say the same exact thing. it would also be nice to throw in a few different looking plants on the hillside to add to the realism of random nature. Smile

I wasn't thinking of that, but I agree.
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Re: Returning Home

Post by Troopa Daisy on Tue Jun 22, 2010 4:06 am

I think that some of the grass should be stacked a bit more so that some will be taller and some will be shorter. Smile
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Re: Returning Home

Post by bl*c on Tue Jun 22, 2010 8:56 pm

legorevolution wrote:
Zepher wrote:If you're trying forced prespective, the picture has to be taken from the other side so that the man will appear in the foreground (which would be big) and the town would be in a background (would be smaller).

Just about to say the same exact thing. it would also be nice to throw in a few different looking plants on the hillside to add to the realism of random nature. Smile

'I second what they say.' Or would it be 'I third that?'

I don't know, but this is really nice. Smile
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Re: Returning Home

Post by Caboose on Tue Jun 22, 2010 10:50 pm

bl*c wrote:
legorevolution wrote:
Zepher wrote:If you're trying forced prespective, the picture has to be taken from the other side so that the man will appear in the foreground (which would be big) and the town would be in a background (would be smaller).

Just about to say the same exact thing. it would also be nice to throw in a few different looking plants on the hillside to add to the realism of random nature. Smile

'I second what they say.' Or would it be 'I third that?'

I don't know, but this is really nice. Smile
Well, I fourth it, to be honest I first thought the guy was walking down the hill and it was a path or the beginning of the plant. I like the idea, some of the other shots on flickr look better.
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