A quick render with lighting by Jakub.
I wanted to create some of my own shots, following some of the research I had looked at earlier and based on some things I found online. These are below.
I found this post on Ten Thousand hours by Travis Davids, depicting a bloodied scene on the floor. I love this so much – showing the story with no words. You get the relationship and emotion of the character from the photo- crossing off his comrades, killing himself to avoid the pain of loosing them.
I included the images with no text to show how the emotion still is there, despite the context being missing. (Facebook.com, 2016).
Two of the shots based on the image above.
A lot of the shots I had looked at in Western films had involved the use of one point perspective- using what Tarantino still implies in his own films, giving the idea that the camera is you and you are the person.
Tarantino’s view- from below.
I had the idea of putting the camera between the stair spindles, gas if looking down to the scene below.
The old man at the bar- we originally talking about a regular having a sort of reserved spot at the bar with his special seat and his own bottle of drink. I wanted to demonstrate this through using the camera to focus on the assets involved, creating the below shot.
Inspired by the scene from Preacher- I wanted to show the piano in a way that it guides are view.
Vimeo. (2016). Tarantino // From Below. [online] Available at: https://vimeo.com/37540504 [Accessed 4 Nov. 2016].
Facebook.com. (2016). Security Check Required. [online] Available at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tenthousandhours/permalink/533247076870985/?pnref=story [Accessed 4 Nov. 2016].