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Re: Hardly in the same category.
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• Posted by: Josh   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, September 8, 2004, at 3:49 p.m.
• IP Address: ip142177193075.mpoweredpc.net
• In Response to: Re: Hardly in the same category. (Pogel Adler)

> LOL!

> "But mooooommmy, I don't like CGI, I don't like CGI, buaaaahhh, cry,
> cry, cry..."

I like CGI when it's used appropriately, as in LOTR. But for creating the entire external environment of a "live action" film? Simply ridiculous.

> Just for the info: Of course blue screen stages are lit. Of course you can
> get real shadows out of BS shots. And it's not 1970, bluescreen-shots do
> not have Mattelines any more....

How do you do lighting effects in a virtual set that are fully consistent and photographic in a film employing CGI sets exclusively?

> Simply avoid the movie, man.
You are not fighting a holy quest for the
> saving of man-k... ahh.... film-kind.
You are just acting ridiculous.
>
I bet you hate "Who framed Roger Rabit". You know, the main
> character is all FAKE, it's not acting with the actors! MY GOODNESS!!!!

I love "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." I don't recall any CGI sets in it, and, as for Toon Town, the *point* was that it was animated... but even Toon Town wasn't completely animated!

Josh



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