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An actual frame from the first of the two interior shots I've animated so far.
Albums: Poe Project
Location: Mrs Usher's Boarding House
Wow I love the great details here! You could obviously see how much time and hardwork were to put to make such a great set! This is awsome!
Gorgeous. Love the keg of ale (or is it amontillado?) and the wadded up bits of paper.
Looks amazing, can't wait to see some animation, I'm sure it'll be a fantastic film. Have you heard of the comic "the surreal adventures of Edgar Allan Poo"? Its not as crude as it sounds, might give you some good ideas (or you might hate it!)
I love the mood! Very nice!
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