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Re: Any suggestions on achieving a certain look of a black light poster for a short?

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JDemeereRe: Any suggestions on achieving a certain look of a black light poster for a short?
by on Jan 7, 2004 at 7:21:06 pm

Thanks. I was thinking of trying that but for only certain sets because I will be outside for a lot of the shots. I couldn't possibly do that to trees, grass, pathways, and such. As for painting in the sets and doing that method I want to be careful and maintain an even look to it. So if I do that look on one scene and not the next I don't want to have an uneven color scheme happening. So I thought maybe doing highlights in a practical way like that (paint, costumes, prop design)and then achieving the over all look in post.


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