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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/7/15
Inception
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=junBvKGZCDc
Making rooms spin in Inception, do you know other movies that had greater tasks?



Also about your own techniques what have you learned to do?
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In the film "The Bridge On The River Kwai". It`s old 1957. They shot down a bridge for one sequence in the film. Which was very expensive and required one take. If failed they failed one of the most major sequences of the film, that I'm not sure could`ve been recreated.


Hmm, with my own techniques? I'm not very great at completely recreating a piece of art. What I do is just draw it, in the way I enjoy. It comes out similar to the piece but sharper and etc. Sometimes unrecognizable but still enjoyable to look at.

Also, with Guitar Tabs. My guitar is extremely cheap like $50. So certain sounds can`t be created to match the tone of the original player. So I just hit things that work.
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I've learned to create with a slogging knowing of my own incompetence. This results in some works barely exceeding mediocre, if at all.
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How did the spinning room impress anyone after 2000?
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An art of techniques, indeed.

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Here are my secretish mummification and jarring of corpses techniques.

An easy way to mummify animals, is to coat it in either waterproofing chemicals, or paper fixatives after letting it dry a bit, then dry it of with a fan for a week or so but to be careful I sometimes do it longer. This also works with treating bones that could not be fully fleshed, and making hair on raw hide pelts. This is great since all you need to do is remove the organs, and maybe stuff them without losing flesh or muscle definition, though with avians you need to be extra careful since their feathers can fall out of their skin. Sometimes you may want to salt the animals or let them soak in rubbing alcohol, partially because they make fat dry faster.

For jarring animals I actually feel that 70 percent rubbing alcohol works better than formaldehyde, it won't give you brain damage as easily and will not drain as much colour from the tissue. Though 90 percent is still good especially if some tissue can not be fully submerged, but can still cause flesh to flake off.

I assume this sort of thing was what you were looking for.

Edit: Also while some people use weird hard to find acids for soaking hides, you can just use vinegar paired with salt. Further when flaky white stuff comes of the skin that is its scalp, stop soaking at that point. Also if you are smoking the hide, let it dry in front of a fan a bit first, it will not smoke if wet, and will not dry from the smoking.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:
How did the spinning room impress anyone after 2000?
well maybe I was impressed they still did that I dunno.. I guess there is better ones but this one was the first one I came up with (since I just watched it) I think there was quite the special stunts and techniques for the WW movies but can't... remember what (too many to count)

Nyanotic wrote: An art of techniques, indeed.
Hey now don't make it all giggty goo then you know what will happend!
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Freddy96NO wrote:


Nyanotic wrote: An art of techniques, indeed.
Hey now don't make it all giggty goo then you know what will happend!


Couldn't help it.

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