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The absolute final version of the Ridleyville scene

I have made some corrections to the final version of the Ridleyville scene. Here’s what I’ve made.

  1. Fixed camera shake in live-action scenes.
    In the previous version, after switching from CG scene to live-action scene, the camera shake in the live-action scenes was noticeable, so I have fixed the camera shake.
  2. Added the ground floor to the prototype ANACOMART.
    In the previous version, I forgot to import the ground floor of Syd Mead’s version of ANACOMART into AfterEffects, so the ground floor was left out in this scene. This time, I have added the ground floor part.
  3. Expanded Fog
    The previous version had three layers of fog, but it has been expanded to five, increasing the sense of dampness air.
  4. Color correcting
    It is slightly brighter than the previous version.

Syd Mead’s version of ANACOMART is one of my favorite of Syd Mead’s illustrations, and I have put a lot of effort into making it into CG.

Syd Mead’s version of ANACOMART has a pretty cool shape with a set back center section.
In this Ridleyville scene, it is at the back of the scene and not very noticeable. I am going to make a big appearance in the scene where Deckard makes a video call to Priss in the movie.

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