Wednesday, 2 July 2014

The Lost World project is a go!

The Quetzalcoatlus could have a 10-12 m (32-39 ft.) wing span and weigh 200-250 Kg. This specimen was smaller than that, but strong enough to carry Roxton over the ledge.
The Lost world project got off to a great start yesterday. We currently have nine team members. This is about as many as we need.

We have a project group on G+, and an outline of a plan. Everyone agreed that the comic book style pictures are good: They look cool, and they simplify and speed up post processing and compositing work considerably. This is important, because there will be many, many composite images.

The next step is to develop characters and story, and start shooting. In addition to human models, everyone in the project will do modelling at one point or another. We also have a pretty good creature lineup.
The T-Rex has left the project due to scheduling conflicts, and an unfortunate tendency to snack on extras. However, we are very close to signing up a replacement that is even cooler.

Now, I'll get back to working. I do hope you enjoy the pictures. More will follow.

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