This is Cristian Kit Paul, graphic designer, photographer and traveller.
Also, founding partner of Brandient. Hello and welcome to Kitblog.
Let’s keep in touch: I am @Kitone on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram and Tumblr.
I am Cristian Kit Paul on Facebook. Here's my RSS feed. Search:
Navigate this site: Home, Notes, Archives, Articles, About, Colophon, and Contact.

Entry no.: 1179

1 Nov 2010, 11:27 AM

Tags: , , ,

Comments: 1

Movies The making of Blade Runner's opening sequence Hades Landscape

Doug and his Entertainment Effects Group team created thousands of acid-etched brass miniatures lit from below with hundreds of bundles of fiber-optic lights, shot in forced-perspective through layers of smoke to create layers of light refraction. [...] Explosions were created through massive pyrotechnics shot in the California desert for a discarded sequence for the 1970 Michelangelo Antonioni film Zabriskie Point.

Watch Douglas Trumbull recount the epic creative effort behind Blade Runner's special effects.

Life was spectacular before computers.


Reply no.: 1

6 Jun 2012, 10:54 AM


the museum of art where had worked moma and bejing at the eight-foot-long image at first glance
no one can not believe a photographs looking like a real a site that is resembling a chines traditional landscape.

Follow the comments to this entry via Subscribe to this post's comments RSS feed. XML feed.

Or follow all comments via Subscribe to global comments RSS feed. XML feed.

Post a comment (in English, please)

Rules: Allowed HTML tags: a href,b,i,br/,p,strong,em,ul,ol,li,blockquote. Textile 2 text formatting is enabled. Please use English for comments. Be responsible. Flames, trolling or bad language will get your response deleted and your IP possibly banned.