Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Still snapshots, but with some directional lighting. The little raised platform, in case you're wondering, is m 'dias'; the umplication being that its intended as a stage for props and models for the painter, where it can catch the light.

Gonna be two main types of lighting for this set - this type, in which the dias is emphasized and the painting is thrown into shadow, and noon-type overhead lighting, which will throw a spotlight on the painting and the area in front of the painting. Both types will therefore completely different compositionally.

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