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Posted by Graeme, on 2009-01-04 12:17:08

been away for a while.......2

2 more pics G





Posted by castlegardener, on 2009-01-04 13:01:46

the sets, props and lighting really look terrific. Very incredible work. .

Posted by Crystal Dawn, on 2009-01-04 17:32:19

Your bathroom prop is simply amazing. I was wondering if you posted specifics about it in another thread. If so, perhaps you can link me, because I'd like to read it. If not, might you share the dimensions of the cubicle in which you created this bathroom?

Posted by Graeme, on 2009-01-04 13:59:45

Thanks John for your kind words. G

Posted by Graeme, on 2009-01-05 02:42:50

The dimensions are longwall 40cm short wall 30cm and height 30cm there are some pictures here: http://web.me.com/graemewebb/Graeme_Webb_Artwork/Artwork_Techniques.html where you can see some stages of the build. If there is anything more specific you would like let me know. G

Posted by Strider, on 2009-01-05 06:56:16

Hey Graeme, Welcome back - it looks fantastic!!! It seems to be the time for stopmo films featuring realistic, ultra grungy toilets. Someone in another thread just posted a film with one.

Posted by Graeme, on 2009-01-05 12:04:55

Hi Mike, Thanks for the welcome back. Its taking quite a long time to complete this as I have done shed loads of sets over the past 9 months to see what works and what doesn't some that took quite a long time I have now scrapped, its all a learning process :). I think you may like the end result as I know you are a Quay Brothers fan and they have been a big influence on me along with Jan Svankmeyer, Jiri Barta to name a few of these masters. Grungy toilets eh its catching on (this is what the 'Saw' franchise has done for us) :) Graeme