Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Making reflections in the windows: Part two, part of The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Vehicles.
- In the last movie, we looked at the reflections…on the windshields on the left over here.…All the little trees.…But this car right here, this car's a little different.…This car's coming down the street, and it's inside.…It's beyond the trees, so when we look at this windshield,…we see that it's reflecting the buildings as well.…Here's the trees on this side, not along the top…and the buildings, because when you look…at the overall scene, it's coming down the street…and the buildings are just lining up along that way.…
So that reflection required a little more work.…Now it wasn't as hard as it might seem here.…I'm gonna look at the car itself, there's the car.…Again, I'm only creating the part…that I need that's going to be seen.…Very little of it is being seen in here.…Let's get in close again.…So we're seeing very little of it, right there.…So, what happens is, that right here I have…the windshield, there's the windshield.…Now I've got the reflections in there again,…but we're going to create them from scratch this time.…
- Making reflections in windows
- Building the grill and hubcaps of a car
- Creating a boat interior
- Making a rope pattern
- Creating a bicycle
- Creating a bike's tires, seat, chain, and gears
Skill Level Intermediate
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